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President Barack Obama is slated to travel to Florida on Thursday to honor the victims of the Orlando shooting.

“I screamed,” the victim testified. “I was pretty upset. I felt really bad. A little bit betrayed and confused at the same time. It was terrible — a pain I’ve never felt, " the victim said in court.

In what Washington Post’s executive editor called “outrageous,” two journalists who traveled to Ferguson, Mo. at the height of protests last year to report have…

Former Washington Post and Wall Street Journal reporter Ronald Kessler wrote an article in Politico Magazine about Secret Service security concerns that has raised a…

The Wonkblog over at the Washington Post has a pretty interesting write-up of new research from the Public Religion Research Institute. In a study of race and friendship, PRRI found that…

Another sign of the digital age we live in, the historic Washington Post has been sold. In a stunning announcement, the Washington Post said Monday that it has been sold for $250 million to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Publisher Katharine Weymouth made the announcement at a hastily called meeting of the paper’s staff on Monday. […]

Lonnie Bunch, the director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, has expressing interest in procuring the hoodie worn by 17-year-old Trayvon…

The Howard University Bison community is saddened by the lost of one of its students. Omar Sykes a rising senior Business Marketing major was gunned down in what may have been a robbery attempt. Another student who was with Sykes at the time of the incident was “pistol whipped” and received non life-threatening injuries and […]

It’s a big week for DC’s Own Wale and it kicked off on Sunday with an EPIC WKYS Exclusive “Gifted” Concert and feature on the front page of the Washington Post. Wale is gearing up for the release of his third album “The Gifted” on the 25th, and the MMG rapper has a lot of […]

As the days get warmer and longer with spring and summer in tow, the doors of ‘romance’ begin to open as well. Living in the DMV there are a lot of great and exciting things to do for a first date or just to meet someone new. So let me be your personal Hitch and […]

As we get set to celebrate Black History Month in February, a very interesting conversation will take place in the Nation’s Capitol on racial stereotypes…

Justice Department officials have known for years that flawed forensic work might have led to the convictions of potentially innocent people nationwide, but prosecutors failed to notify defendants or their attorneys even in many cases they knew were troubled.