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Cleve Wootson is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. He was previously a reporter for the Charlotte Observer, covering public safety, general assignment and breaking news.
Stacey Abrams was part of a flag-burning protest while a freshman at Spelman College, at a time when the Confederate emblem was a significant chunk of Georgia's flag.
Researchers filmed Enypniastes eximia, also described as the “headless chicken monster," in the Southern Ocean.
To voters in three districts narrowly won by the president in 2016, it’s Trump’s name on the ballot in November.
With one month until Election Day, the court battle plays out in different directions based on the political landscape.
Former congressman Mike Espy’s hopes rest on big African American turnout and crossover votes from white Mississipians.
Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency as officials inspected more than 8,600 homes after gas explosions rock three towns north of Boston.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said he was declaring a state of emergency as he and other officials issued scathing criticisms of the Columbia Gas's response to the crisis.
Seven people were injured when a section of limestone broke away from the rock face in the remote, picturesque cove.
Ted Cruz's campaign was apparently unwilling to let Beto O'Rourke have TV airtime without some Ted Cruz counterpoint.
"As a gay man, I have been on the receiving end of hateful words and judging glances,” Marshall McPeek wrote in an apology. ". . . So I am especially saddened by the irony that my poor choice of words has hurt others in the same way.”