The endorsement of Rep. Chris Van Hollen by Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker III surprised few, but still left area politicians and residents speculating about the timing of Baker’s support.
Twenty-Seven Musicians from 11 Countries Perform
Founded on the belief that music can change perceptions and inspire action, The Nile Project brings together 27 musicians from the 11 different countries along the Nile to encourage dialogue about sustainability in the Nile basin.
More than 52,000 District residents live with diabetes, and those in Wards 4, 5, 7 and 8 have the highest mortality rate from the debilitating disease.
One look around campus at the University of the District of Columbia and it's easy to see why many schools around the nation are holding the school, located in Northwest, as a shining example of green living and sustainability.
Rap Stars Seek Higher Calling with Lyrics, Art
Today the obsession with God and other spiritual powers dominates the rap culture.
'MyUntold' Provides Platform of Encouraging Stories
Wells Fargo & Company has launched an initiative called "The Untold Stories Collection," a social media movement dedicated to sharing personal stories that define what it means to be African-American today.
The Anacostia Community Museum plans to showcase a documentary that describes the origins of hip-hop.
Cancer Claims Husband; Wife Seeks Healing
It's a day that Yvonne Broady will never forget.
The story of Debbie Flores has always fascinated.
Introduces Legislation Aimed at Assisting Renters
As part of her campaign pledge when she easily retained her seat in the November general election, Anita Bonds, who chairs the Committee on Housing and Community Development, vowed to do more for area renters.