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.
Women face an uphill battle — but it's one that men must also join.
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.
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.
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.
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, ...
It's almost become a running joke among people who live, work or play in the DMV: If something can go wrong with Metro ... well, it most certainly will.
What was once "Chocolate City" is quickly becoming a city where it's almost impossible for Blacks to survive and thrive, particularly senior citizens or those with limited education and financial resources.
Christians around the world will celebrate Easter this Sunday. And while churches will be packed to the rafters, we want to encourage our readers to remember that the day means much than dressing up for the always anticipated fashion show ...
As more details are revealed about the tragic death of Prince George’s County Police Officer Jacai Colson, it's clear that he should still be alive.
The cat-and-mouse game continues. Meanwhile, American citizens stand to lose the most — we're the pawns that will be sacrificed should the Republicans have their way.
Measuring the importance of women can be likened to walking across the Atlantic or, for that matter, any ocean. It can't be done, at least not sufficiently.
Donald Trump says he will make America great once more. For whom?
Have we reached a point in America where we can claim that our society has evolved, reaching a state of post-racial nirvana? Clearly we have not.
Perhaps what we're facing is not an unwillingness to help the homeless live in places that will give them better security and more dignity, but rather the stereotypes that are often attributed to those who have nowhere to live.