The GOP presidential candidate is a lightning rod for controversy and a stickler for process.
The longtime — and maybe “prickly” — lawmaker will leave a legacy as a dogged fighter for her constituents.
Marijuana is expected to quickly become a more overt part of the District’s culture.
As the nation’s attention has turned elsewhere, activists are trying to maintain momentum for their cause.
Josh Kaplowitz was a new teacher, but a 7-year-old said he was pushed to the floor in the classroom.
People who were children when their parents were overpaid benefits decades ago have been asked to pay.
A Cleveland youth’s death after police mistook his toy for a weapon confronts the nation with unsettling questions about power, commerce and the modern realities of childhood.
The agency said it would stop pursuing the children of people who were allegedly overpaid years ago. But it is still demanding money, in some cases from people who thought the issue was settled.
Witnesses in the shooting of Michael Brown can’t agree, and the evidence can’t settle the questions.
Washington remains saddled with the woes its longest-serving mayor sought to eradicate.