When Dylann Roof murdered nine African-Americans during Bible study at Mother Emanuel Church, he could have hardly imagined the consequences of his actions.
The Washington Informer lost one of its own on June 18, when senior editor Denise Wall Barnes died following a long illness.
What will it take to label Dylann Roof's actions terrorist?
Metrorail's problems with the operation of its trains and ancillary services continue.
Six months ago, a police car slid to a stop in front of a 12-year-old boy playing with a toy gun at a gazebo near his house. Within seconds of the car skidding to a halt, the officer on the ...
Like so many videos involving police interactions with people of color, the video shot over the weekend in McKinney, Texas is difficult to watch.
We mourn the loss of a young woman who by all accounts was a gifted reporter with the ability to gain the trust of sources and who produced stories about issues and individuals east of the river with depth and ...
The Department of Justice fancies itself to be the big dog sitting atop the world of crime and punishment, ready to levy punishment for criminal behavior, but when it comes to punishing banks, it's a puppy with rubber teeth.
Every year, it seems, we're told that Americans are getting more obese and less active.
The Cleveland Police Department represents everything that is foul and dirty about some in law enforcement.
There seems to be no shortage of discord among D.C. Council members and between them and the Bowser administration over police body cameras.
We hope the council will closely examine the state of police-community relations, consider developing a citizens' review board with real teeth and pressure the Metropolitan Police Department to stop D.C.’s version of "stop-and-frisk."
We do not yet know the specific reason or reasons why the Amtrak commuter train heading to New York last week crashed. Yet what the crash just north of Philadelphia has done is cast light on another problem that has ...
The recent decision by Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick to solicit the financial assistance of Howard University alumni to help prospective graduates is one we applaud.
For the last two to three years, cellphone cameras and other devices have begun to transform the terrain on which police officers deal with people of color in this country.