Desktop notifications are on | Turn off
Get breaking news alerts from The Washington Post
Turn on desktop notifications?
It looks like you've previously blocked notifications. Please update your browser permissions to allow them.
After a wild trial in which Frazier Glenn Miller acted as his own attorney, a jury took less than two hours to choose death.
F. Glenn Miller Jr., who had represented himself during a strange trial, now faces a possible death sentence.
The man accused of killing three people near a Jewish Community Center in Kansas last year is defending himself, which has meant interruptions and inappropriate comments.
In 1955, Emma Gatewood, 67 years old and the survivor of an abusive marriage, set off on a walk -- and became the first woman to hike the Appalachian Trail by herself.
Barbara Neely’s ground-breaking mystery series featuring an African-American housekeeper named Blanche White is back in e-books.
Joan Williams lost the opportunity in 1958 to ride on a float in Pasadena’s Rose Parade when the city learned the light-skinned woman was African-American. Thursday that wrong will be righted.
“Det. Olivia Benson” turns her energy in real life to helping the victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Cops in Kansas City, Mo., hand out $100 bills instead of tickets, spreading the joy of the season with the help of a local Secret Santa.
The only way to make change is to tell the truth that we can prove, not just a truth that we believe in our gut.