Gerald Brevard III has been reportedly identified as the prime suspect arrested after a string of killings of homeless people in New York City and Washington, D.C., following nearly two harrowing weeks of what's been described as deliberate targeting.
Black venture capitalist Angelique Brunner is using her business acumen and resources to revitalize underserved areas in Washington, D.C.
Two women in Washington, D.C. have joined forces for the creation of a digital platform designed to empower Black women long distance runners.
They are made because someone didn't have time for their anti-Blackness.
A political newcomer is using the gentrification issue as a political weapon.
Aaron Saunders, Founder, Inclusive Innovation Incubator is aiming to bridge the digital divide in DC.
A group of students at Truesdell Education Campus in Northwest Washington started a book club for Black boys.
Three years after Relisha Rudd went missing, the details surrounding her disappearance still remain scarce.
The National Museum of African American History created a program that helps Black families digitize old photos and footage for free.
Former President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to McKinley Technology High School in Washington, D.C. on Friday.
Social justice groups are joining forces for a 10-day march that will begin in Charlottesville on Monday and end in Washington, D.C.
Jim Vance, an African American pioneer in TV news broadcast, has died at 75.
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