New D.C. Laws Face Congressional Disapproval Today
Two new D.C. laws, passed by the Council of the District of Columbia last year, are facing a joint Congressional committee hearing today in a little-used process known as “a […]
Crime: July 4 Parade Shooting in Chicago, K St. Homicide, D.C. Crime Rate Under Fire
National Headlines from this Fourth of July weekend are dominated by news of Chicago’s Highland Park Independence Day parade mass shooting, leaving 6 dead and dozens injured, ages 8 to […]
D.C. Police Arrest ‘Homeless Slayer,’ Hours After Joint Press Conference
“We’re coming for you! We’re using all the forces at our disposal, and we’re going to get you,” said Metropolitan Police Chief Robert Contee, along with Mayor Muriel Bowser, New […]
Fund Set Up for Tarek Boothe, Killed Jan. 31 on M St.
The young man fatally shot the evening of Jan. 31 near the corner of 33rd and M Streets NW has been identified as Tarek Boothe, who was from Alexandria and […]