Across the District, voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Democratic mayoral primary.
After the tragedy involving his ill son, the Virginia lawmaker vows to keep working for system change.
The verdict ends a two-year ordeal for the four young people at the center of the case, who now face the task of putting it behind them, and moving on.
Investigation did not produce evidence sufficient to convict midshipman, judge says.
A judge is expected to rule Thursday in the case of a midshipman who says she was sexually assaulted at a party.
Newcomers and longtime residents clash over the future of the historic co-op on the Southwest waterfront.
Prosecutors and attorneys argue how drunk the accuser was at a party, and the alleged victim takes the stand.
Ex-Navy football player facing sexual assault charges chooses to have judge, not jury, decide case
The Virginia landmark was bought this year by a conservation group that plans to turn it into a state park.
Opening arguments in sexual assault case are scheduled to start Monday at the Washington Navy Yard.
But Virginia lawmakers left Richmond, at least for now, without approving money for mental health services for children and adolescents.
The General Assembly enacted modest reforms but left broader improvements unaddressed.
Lawmakers in Richmond will soon decide which parts of the mental health-care system will receive a funding boost.
Medicaid accounts for about half of state controlled mental health funds.
Court-martial set for March 14 after defense attorneys failed to persuade a military judge to dismiss the case.
A new state report says a dearth of discharge options means fewer beds are available for emergencies.
A sexual assault case at the U.S. Naval Academy has turned a microscope on aspects of military legal procedure.
Former defendant says accuser had apparently been drinking but did not seem incapacitated.
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.