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EDITORIAL: Justice Unfulfilled for Charnice Milton

No one deserves to have their life taken away so senselessly, so suddenly. But in the case of Charnice Milton, her untimely death remains even more tragic because of the future that laid before her.

EDITORIAL: Ready Workers Need Employers

A summer job should have a positive impact on a young person's life. The concern this year, just as in past years, is making sure there is enough summer work for youths to do.

EDITORIAL: Zimmerman Bid to Sell Murder Weapon an Ignoble Travesty

George Zimmerman should be ashamed of himself. Has modern society become sick and callous enough that we would endorse such an action?

EDITORIAL: We Can Make a Difference in Reducing Violence in D.C.

Stay involved and do what it takes to show your children, your family and your community that all lives matter.

EDITORIAL: In Support of an All-Male Academy

When we first heard about the District's plan to invest $20 million into a program that would address the decades-long achievement gap experienced by Black and Hispanic males with the establishment of an all-boys college preparatory high school east of ...

EDITORIAL: Worth a Breath of Fresh Air

May is Asthma Awareness Month — a time set aside to focus on the causes, prevention and cure for the chronic lung disease that takes the breath away from children and adults all year long.

EDITORIAL: Mother, Mom, Mommy, Ma — Names that all Equate to Love

There's something special about the bond between a child and their mother.

EDITORIAL: Why Can't Women Join the Men's Club of the U.S. Senate?

We can't help but express our disappointment that Congress lacks the kind of diversity that reflects the rainbow coalition that is the United States of America.

EDITORIAL: The Incomparable Prince 1958-2016

By now, the accolades, remembrances and even the wild speculation has been absorbed. And, the reality is that the artist known as Prince Rogers Nelson is no more.

EDITORIAL: Fundamental Question for GOP — What Can You Do for Us?

With each of the candidates avoiding these issues, it's fair for voters to dig deep before deciding for whom they will cast their vote.

EDITORIAL: We Can Learn from Anita Hill's Message

Women face an uphill battle — but it's one that men must also join.

EDITORIAL: Our Youth Are Crying Out for Help — How Will We Respond?

It’s troubling to see the recent violent outbreaks among the District’s teens that have occurred on the Metro rail system and the time has passed when something needs to be done before things get even worse.

EDITORIAL: Maryland Senate Race — Politics at Its Best

The race for U.S. Senate that's now neck and neck illustrates the better side of politics. And we can’t be more pleased.

EDITORIAL: Don't Let GOP Antics Downplay Importance of Supreme Court Justice Nominee

An estimated 14,000 American citizens joined Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Monday evening for a teleconference that addressed the current GOP blockade of Chief Judge Merrick Garland — President Barack Obama’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.

EDITORIAL: Martin Luther King Jr. — Gone and Forgotten?

Several hundred gathered at the King Memorial in the District last week to commemorate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was shot and killed at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis on April 4, ...

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