July 18 is the centenary of Nelson Mandela, who, after 27 years of imprisonment, led his African National Congress to a world-changing victory in 1994.
A 2017 documentary titled “Straws” is drawing as much attention to plastic straws as Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” did to climate change. However, no group of skeptics about the dangers of plastic straws has appeared (as yet).
This one hurts. This one really hurts. We have almost — almost but not quite — become inured to the instances of mass shootings in...
The World Cup, and every sport from T-ball to professional sports, is a kind of state of mind where fans lose their minds gladly, a kind of alternate reality that includes its actual fantasy counterparts.
His passing dealt a severe blow to the barren, divisive national debate, not only on immigration (in which T-shirts are used as campaign literature and placards as potential weapons), but on most issues.
On June 18 at the Woman's National Democratic Club, Jennifer Palmieri read from the first chapter of her book, "Dear Madame President," and related experiences from her time on the Clinton campaign and in the election's aftermath.
Mayor Muriel Bowser has become the leading advocate for our city, dealing with its booming development, as well as looking for ways to ensure all Washingtonians benefit from good economic times.
A relaunch party for the hyperlocal news site will take place this Thursday, June 14, at Blind Whino, featuring DJ Beauty and the Beatz, drinks, food trucks, games and custom screenprinted posters from Soul & Ink.
Ever since the Democrats shut down the government twice, briefly, over DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Congress has been focused on what to do with the 18-to-30-year-olds known as DREAMers.
The National Memorial Day Parade down Constitution Avenue NW, now entering its 14th year, is the nation's largest single event on the holiday.