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In the video, members of Nellie's Sports Bar security team can be seen aggressively dragging a Black woman by her long blond braids on Saturday inside of Nellie's, an LGBTQ+ establishment in the U-Street area of D.C.

Condolences were pouring in after it was learned that Sam "The Man" Burns, a house music legend who made a name for himself in Washington, D.C., died.

Three brothers behind the eco-friendly candle brand Frères Branchiaux are having their products sold at Macy’s.

The women's march, reportedly the largest protest surrounding Trump’s inauguration, is slated to take place on January 21, a day after he is sworn into office.

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The ongoing battle to obtain statehood for Washington D.C. will see the ballot come November, but Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said it would take both Republican and Democratic support to see the vote through. In an exclusive interview with Radio One’s EZ Street during the Republican National Convention, Bowser stressed that the fight to […]

It's no secret that the First Family will reside in the nation's capital until youngest daughter Sasha completes her last two years of high school at Sidwell.

Two years after her disappearance, Washington, D.C. police have officially launched a new search for 8-year-old Relisha Rudd.

A judge from the U.S. District Court in Washington was hit with a civil lawsuit the same day he retired over claims he allegedly assaulted a teenage witness in a high-profile case 35 years ago. CBS News reports that Terry Mitchell, 51, claims Richard Roberts sexually abused her during the trial of White supremacist Joseph Paul Franklin, who killed two Black joggers in Salt Lake City back in 1981.

Marking a win for the Black Lives Matter movement in Cleveland, Ohio, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty lost his bid for re-election to Michael O'Malley.

During a meeting in Milwaukee on Thursday, Obama shared that he and his family will remain in Washington for a few years so that his youngest daughter, Sasha, can complete high school.

At a viewing last Friday for 83-year-old grandmother Vivian Gray in Washington, D.C., family members discovered a major gaffe by the funeral home, NBC4 Washington reports.