A Baltimore Circuit Court judge dismissed the second-degree assault charge against Lt. Brian Rice, one the six officers charged in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
D.C. got a treat Monday amid the sweltering dog days of summer when music legend Stevie Wonder appeared outside the D.C. Stadium Armory to give a surprise performance.
Guests on the "Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage" cruise each year have come to expect excellent celebrity entertainment, informative seminars and a beautiful and mature crowd ready to party at sea, and this year's version certainly didn't disappoint.
The Washington Redskins helped transform a space in D.C.'s Cedar Heights community into a new playground for children Friday, part of the NFL's push to make children more active.
The Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage set sail from Miami earlier last month en route to tropical destinations that included Nassau, Bahamas, St. Thomas USVI and Grand Turks during the 15th year of the radio personality’s signature journey.
Honoring excellence in business, the D.C. Chamber of Commerce celebrated the District’s business community at their premiere awards event on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Flashback to 1995 for a good time – and that’s what happened at the Fillmore in Silver Spring, Md.
Rev. Al Sharpton held a press conference Tuesday in front of the U.S. Justice Department with more than 25 ministers, demanding an aggressive civil rights investigation of the Trayvon Martin case.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) has introduced a campaign titled, “Better Futures,” an initiative that allows students attending UNCF-funded schools to convey to potential contributors the importance of investing in their future.
A celebratory street dedication and sign unveiling of Greater Mt. Calvary Way was held during the Sunday morning worship service at Greater Mt. Calvary Holy Church in Northeast on May 5.