EDITORIAL: In Search of Equality

Darren Wilson will likely be absolved of killing Michael Brown, but the verdict won't be the end but just the continuation of the long walk to freedom.

EDITORIAL: We Salute You

We salute Argelia Rodriguez and the wonderful job DC-CAP has done under her leadership for the students and our community.

EDITORIAL: For the Good of the City

Now that the book has been closed on the 2014 mayoral elections, we hope that Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser and Mayor Vincent Gray will overcome and move past the tension that has lingered since Gray lost his bid for re-election in ...

EDITORIAL: Did Politicians Get the Message?

Politicians nationally should regard the midterm elections as a cautionary tale.

EDITORIAL: Fighting for Their Jobs

It's no secret that Howard University is in the financial struggle of its life.

EDITORIAL: Fear of a GOP-Controlled Congress

Voters hoping to read the tea leaves of the midterm elections Senate race should be confused.

EDITORIAL: U.S. Health Officials Drop the Ball on Ebola

As Ebola tries to gain a solid foothold in the U.S. and the public's nerves get increasingly frazzled, the missteps by federal officials only add to that anxiety.

EDITORIAL: School Board Woes in P.G. County

Members of the Prince George's County school board are under scrutiny for their spending habits as they relate to the use of county-issued credit cards.

EDITORIAL: Celebration!

This week, 50 years ago, a visionary from Texas, who made the District of Columbia home and became in many ways this city’s heartbeat, launched the first edition of The Washington Informer.

EDITORIAL: A Nobel Tribute

Much of the world is applauding the newest and youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient.

EDITORIAL: Make Your Vote Count

The Nov. 4 midterm elections approach and a battle's raging in several states as Republican legislatures push to restrict citizens' right to vote.

EDITORIAL: Ebola in America

It should come as no surprise to anyone that the Ebola virus has reached the United States.

EDITORIAL: One Day, D.C. Will be Free

As of Wednesday, anyone caught in possession of less than 10 grams of cannabis in Maryland began receiving citations rather than face criminal prosecution. It will be interesting to see if anti-marijuana advocate Maryland Rep. Andy Harris introduces legislation to ...

EDITORIAL: Ferguson Redux

While attending the Congressional Black Caucus legislative weekend last week, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver expressed a fear that’s in the back of many people's minds: that there could be further unrest in Ferguson if the grand jury doesn't return an indictment ...

EDITORIAL: Someone Dropped the Ball

The last seven years — and the recession that has battered the U.S. since — haven’t been kind to many of this country's small businesses.