The Washington Post


Jamyla Bolden's tragic death struck a chord in the community rocked by unrest.

Even as fewer American children are living in poverty, the number hasn't changed for black children.

About 400,000 records have been unsealed for people adopted in the state between 1964 and 1996.

“Before I knew it, he was already coming out. It was too late to turn back," the newborn's mother said.

The toddler's mother remains in stable condition at a local hospital.

The girl walked nearly a mile from the crash site; she arrived barefoot, except for a single sock.

The woman had a permit for her concealed weapon.

George Stinney Jr. was 14 years old when he was electrocuted in South Carolina for the deaths of two white girls. "I can think of no greater injustice," a judge wrote.

"I'm Santa Claus today,” one layaway angel told a shopper. “I'm going to cover this for you."

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