Vincent H. Cohen Jr. announced Thursday that he is resigning as acting United States Attorney for the District of Columbia on Oct. 18.
Award-Winning Play Arrives at UMD for 1-Week Run
The twist and turns of the stage production "Intimate Apparel" is set to play out during a week-long run at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center on the campus of the University of Maryland in College Park.
One in eight women will be diagnosed in her lifetime with breast cancer. And for African-American women, instances of death are higher, with a survival rate that is the least of any racial or ethnic community.
You may refer to journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates as "Genius Coates" or "Sir Genius."
Black Think-Tank Maintains Its Political Presence
Reports of the demise of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies have been greatly exaggerated.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters has long been out front on finding solutions to the ever-widening wealth gap in America that has resulted in devastating realities for African Americans and other minorities.
In Alabama, 50 years after Selma, voting rights are once more under assault.
Thursday marked the 40th anniversary of the epic "Thriller in Manila" between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, which is lauded as one of the greatest moments in sports history and was a worldwide cultural event at the time.
Tenor and former longtime Southeast Washington, D.C., resident Issachah Savage returns to the region Saturday as the National Philharmonic presents a special one-time performance of Wagner's Rienzi, a concert opera featuring Savage at the Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda.
D.C. Council, Officials Seeking Answers
Body cameras for police officers may do a lot of good, including helping to strengthen relations between District residents and the Metropolitan Police Department. However, it's still debatable as to whether this tool will affect the alarming rise in deadly crime.