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Poverty and economic inequities keep many city residents from having access to quality foods.
AAA Mid-Atlantic warns water-damaged vehicles could end up in the D.C. market within two months.
Arthur Moorehand’s nephew said his family hasn’t stayed in touch like they should, and an AARP report says that’s not unusual for families to drift apart.
A Maryland law required racial diversity in licensing medical marijuana growers, but none of the firms chosen as operators is owned by African Americans.
It’s easy to see bigotry in a Nazi salute, but we tend to overlook the institutional policies that can discriminate.
The shelter has had problems with its air conditioning and heating, and water is seeping up through drains and down through the ceiling.
Defiance comes with risks, but a writer learns from activists that this is no time for silence.
Throughout his life and career, the news anchor paid attention to a principle — be open and honest with the viewers.
For these children, being themselves can be difficult in this world.
A lot of Brits could certainly use a shot of reality.