Global Health Officials Acknowledge Underestimating Outbreak
The outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa is being described by World Health Organization officials as likely being more widespread than previously reported.
When Mayor Vincent C. Gray signed the “Sustainable DC Omnibus Act of 2014” into law, among a number of things, it also marked the official kick off a multi-year, multifaceted plan to clean up the Anacostia River.
But Demands for Change in the U.S. Persist
Almost 5,000 mourners packed Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis two weeks after a white police officer shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Raises Vital Privacy and Civil Liberties Questions
Thanks to a $49,000 grant from the Maryland Vehicle Theft Prevention Council, Greenbelt police will be deploying a portable automated license plate reader to help fight crime.
D.C. Demonstrators Add Voice to Protest
As authorities released the name Friday of the Missouri police officer who fatally shot a black teenager over the weekend, thousands nationwide have voiced their disgust and anger at what they say is yet another shooting death of an unarmed teen by police.
Performing Arts Company Celebrates at UDC
For Nana Efua Badu Osundara, Farafina Kan has been a godsend.
From his vantage point two days after the conclusion of the historic U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, Ambassador Michael A. Battle declared the summit a success, but with the caveat that a great deal of work lies ahead.
African Leaders, Obama Work to Strengthen Economic Ties
It should be no surprise a landmass that could easily fit the United States, China, New Zealand, Bangladesh, India, Peru, Greece, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, and most of Europe has a bag of continent-sized issues stalking Africa's 54 nations and its more than one billion people. But over the course of three historic days, the focus of 50 African presidents and heads of state, President Barack Obama and members of his administration has been to look at these problems as opportunities.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched to the White House on Aug. 2 to express their outrage against Israel’s most recent military offensive in Gaza.
For one glorious summer day last week, thousands of young people enjoyed the fruits of their creative labor.