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It looks like we are back in another state of emergency after Governor Larry Hogan made the announcement earlier today along with two executive orders. The Governor stated “Right now, we are experiencing the winter surge that we anticipated together with the convergence of the delta variant, the flu season and the omicron variant — […]

The University of the District of Columbia received a $2.3 million gift from an anonymous donor.

Jennifer King has already gained another position within the Washington Football Team organization. She is now the first Black woman position coach in the history of the NFL. During WFT’s week 15 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, the 37-year-old made her debut as the lead running backs coach.   Prior to claiming this honor, King […]

The New Year's celebrations are underway. The holiday that follows consumers overspending during Christmas has most Americans spending even more for the New Year’s occasion. Check out this list of 2021’s best cities for New Year’s inside.

Here are Rapid COVID Testing Locations throughout DC, Maryland and Virginia...

The two men responsible for shooting and putting a Baltimore police officer in the ICU have been ordered to be held without bail.

With the nationwide spread of the highly contagious omicron variant, Mayor Bowser declared that D.C. will reinstate the citywide indoor mask mandate at...

Governor Larry Hogan announced today, Monday December 20, 2021 that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. He reassures that he is "feeling fine at the moment."

Dec. 20 marks the 35th year since a group of racist, white teen thugs violently confronted three Black men and brutally attacked them with baseball bats and other weapons, leaving one of them -- 23-year-old Michael Griffith -- dead in the Howard Beach neighborhood of New York City's Queens borough in 1986.

Howard U is once again in hot water, this time by its own alumni who've filed a lawsuit claiming the university's board of trustees is illegally excluding graduates, current students and even faculty.

On Tuesday, congressional leaders held a moment of silence on the U.S. Capitol steps to honor the at least 800,156 confirmed deaths.

TIME Magazine's 2021 Person Of Year had many asking for a recount after it was given to 50-year-old tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, with the real people's champ being Black police officer Eugene Goodman for his courage shown during the Capitol riots back in January.