Washington D.C.

We had both the honor & pleasure to be a special guest at the 2022 HBCU Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. Here's what went down.

A Washington D.C. woman reportedly kidnapped at gunpoint by her boyfriend earlier today has thankfully been found.

Dave Chappelle has declined to have his name appear on the theater in his old high school based on reactions to his 2021 Netflix special.

A new exhibition in Louisiana is dedicated to honoring the 272 enslaved people sold by Georgetown founders in order to pay off school debts. 

A Washington, D.C. woman was found stabbed to death in her Fifth District apartment following a fit of rage from her late newborn's father when he discovered she dumped their two-month-old's lifeless body in the trash after accidentally smothering him in her sleep last year.

A PG County man that spent years of his life behind bars as a teenager is turning his negative experience into a positive one by starting a digital postcard business that assures prisoners can always connect with family.

The Library of Congress recently announced that Lionel Richie will receive the national library’s Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. He will be bestowed the prize at an all-star tribute in Washington, D.C., on March 9.

Chanel Dickerson, assistant police chief in Washington, D.C., recently came forth with a jaw-dropping claim that as an 18-year-old cadet she was told by MPD to either have an abortion or be fired from the program.

The strong Black women of the DC Police Department hit back against workplace harassment by filing a class action lawsuit against MPDC, citing racial and sexual discrimination that created hostility and led to a culture of intimidation over the years.

Washington DC’s Metropolitan Police released body camera footage of the arrest of 23-year-old Kiman Johnson Wednesday evening, after a 45-second video shot by a bystander – showing Johnson pinned against a fence by three officers as one of them punches him at least 13 times in the face and body, went viral.

Gunshots were fired Tuesday morning near the entrance of the Pentagon, resulting in multiple injuries. The facility, the headquarters of the U.S. military, was temporarily placed on lockdown.

Here's what celebrities said about the chaos from Trump supporters yesterday in Washington D.C.