Led by Ray Halbritter, the Oneidas have become rich and are using their influence to challenge the Redskins.
Takoma Park is the nation’s first city to give 16- and 17-year-olds the right to vote in municipal elections.
Popularity of public-sector work reflects the continued weakness and uncertainty in employment market.
A defendant in the sexual-assault trial wants the U.S. Naval Academy superintendent removed from case.
Red Cloud Indian School officials say “Redskins” is a racial slur and denounce its use as team’s name.
The men will be tried on sexual-assault charges despite a military judge’s recommendation.
In a letter to fans, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder says no to name change, but this time not in all caps.
A federal judge said Monday she did not find grounds to interfere in a military court proceeding.
The president is the latest to weigh in on the controversial name of Washington’s pro football team.
Navy Yard victim Martin Bodrog is mourned in Springfield, while Frank Kohler memorial is held in St. Mary’s.
John “J.J.” Johnson, 73, “loved the interaction with people” and didn’t want to retire
A half-dozen hopefuls turn out for a plus-size modeling call at the Cleveland Park Library in the District.
The 11 midshipmen who testified described a world of binge drinking, casual sex, harassment and lying.
Accuser wants a federal judge to force the academy’s superintendent to give up authority over the case.
Prosecutors argue that female midshipman was too drunk to consent to sex; defense attacks her credibility.
The woman who accused three Navy football players of raping her has endured days of hostile questions.
The female midshipman had asked for a break, pleading exhaustion, after four days of questioning.
The woman remained adamant that she did not remember much about what happened at the 2012 party.
The woman, a senior at the Naval Academy, cried as she said she hadn’t wanted anyone punished.
A hearing on the rape allegations got underway Tuesday at the Washington Navy Yard.
Annys Shin has been a staff writer at the Washington Post since 2004. She has also been a staff writer at the Washington City Paper, the Center for Public Integrity, and National Journal. Originally from Philadelphia, she lives in the District with her daughter.