The ruling notes that “the Washington Team” will be used as a replacement, except in direct quotes.
Walter Wetzel helped create the Redskins logo. His descendants can’t agree on whether the name is a slur.
The case was filed on behalf of five Native Americans who consider the team’s name a racial slur.
On Saturday, the UCC’s mid-Atlantic conference voted to boycott the Redskins games and gear.
California tribe paid for message objecting to name to run during Tuesday night’s Heat-Spurs game.
D.C. Magistrate Judge Janet Albert ruled that the three boys should remain in foster care for now.
The giant birds have been spotted at 11th and K streets, prompting lots of political roadkill jokes.
Team executive puts three Blackfeet Nation supporters on phone with United Church of Christ official.
Native American and civil rights groups are sending more than 2,700 players a letter about team’s name.
It isn’t against the law to swear in Md.’s popular beach destination, but it is officially frowned upon.
Raya Kenney’s prize-winning poem is proof that Relisha’s story has affected children as well as adults.
Pascal Tessier of Maryland says the Boy Scouts are still discriminating against gay leaders.
When “empath” Lisa Grayson heard about the missing girl, she wanted to help find her.
During a trial next month, a judge must decide whether they will go to their parents or remain in foster care.
The friends were heading home Sunday from visiting friends in Cockeysville
High school staff had voted to ban the word — the name of the school’s teams — saying it’s a racial slur.
The death of Ethan Saylor, a 26-year-old who had Down syndrome, fuels a push to train first responders.
Andre Pierce Joyner, 29, was shot multiple times in Northeast Washington Friday afternoon.
Theresa Vargas is a reporter for the Post’s local enterprise team. Her stories have taken her, among other places, into a home for transgender teens, a support group for wheelchair-bound survivors of gun violence, and a courtroom where a woman with Down syndrome fought for the right to decide how she lives. During the peak of the recession, she and a photographer traveled across the country to chronicle how Americans were coping. Before coming to the Post, she worked at Newsday in New York. She is a graduate of Stanford University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.