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‘Enough Is Enough,’ Say the Kids

On Saturday, March 24, they all came together — 800,000, 500,000 or 250,000 strong, depending on the reports you believe — for the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.

Georgetown U. Panel Reflects on School Shootings

Moderated by Mo Elleithee, executive director of the university’s Institute of Politics and Public Service, the panel included current student Sarah Clements, whose mother, a teacher, survived the Sandy Hook shooting.

Painful Memories of School Shootings Will Remain

Years from now, when Americans once again analyze and try to account for yet another school shooting, the events at Great Mills High School...

Mayor: Metro Will Be Fully Funded

Mayor Muriel Bowser declared the District's commitment on March 15, in the first moments of her State of the District address at the University of the District of Columbia. 

March Madness on the Basketball Court, and in Trump’s

The term applies as well to the most recent week or so of the further, chaotic adventures of President Donald Trump as to the NCAA College Basketball Tournament.

Trump Takes Over CPAC (photos)

With the exception of Ted Cruz, none of the other 2016 presidential contenders bothered to show up at this year's event, held Feb. 22 to 24 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.

Love and the Olympics

They are the most beautiful young people in the world: dedicated, focused, trained athletes who have devoted their lives to the sport they love and what they can achieve in it.

Inside the State of the Union

On Jan. 30, President Donald Trump focused on his four pillars of immigration reform. Even Democrats applauded (one of the few times) when Trump emphasized his support for higher wages, infrastructure and paid family leave.

DACA Recipients and DREAMers: Who Are They?

Over the next three weeks, discussions in Congress and in the media about DACA recipients and DREAMers — already heated — will intensify.

A Half-Dozen Gone But Remembered

Our writer salutes musicians Edwin Hawkins and Dolores O’Riordan, sportscaster Keith Jackson, little- and big-screen stars Doreen Tracey and Dorothy Malone and Sen. John Tunney.