Latest from Ian Shapira

In the early 1900s, Harvard's president wanted to cap the number of Jewish students at 15 percent.

  • Sep 14, 2018

Prince William County officer Ashley Guindon was shot during her first day on the street after prosecutors say Ronald “Ronnie” Hamilton killed his wife while his 11-year-old was in the house.

  • Sep 11, 2018

The New York Times op-ed by a high-ranking Trump official is riveting Washington much like the anonymously-written novel “Primary Colors” in 1996.

  • Sep 7, 2018

George “Alexi” Whitney volunteered for a mission in Afghanistan, where he became one of a tiny group of CIA contractors killed in the longest war in U.S. history.

  • Sep 3, 2018

His own father condemns his racism. But the organizer of Charlottesville’s “Unite the Right” rally and its sequel Sunday in Washington claims he just supports “white civil rights.”

  • Aug 11, 2018

Jason Kessler told a federal judge he is no longer seeking a court order for the permit to be granted by the city

  • Jul 24, 2018

How Elmer Woodard became the go-to attorney for the neo-Nazis and white nationalists who descended on Charlottesville last year.

  • Jul 2, 2018

Archaeologists discovered the fully intact skull of a skeleton at Pompeii, dispelling the myth that the man's head had been crushed by a giant rock.

  • Jun 29, 2018

Ludwig and Julius Pieper were twins from Nebraska who served aboard the same boat off the coast of Normandy that hit a mine, killing them both. It took decades to identify Julius's remains, but the twins were buried together on Tuesday.

  • Jun 20, 2018

As he watched floodwaters engulfing a woman Sunday, National Guard Sgt. Eddison ‘Eddie’ Hermond tried to save her life, only to lose his own.

  • May 29, 2018
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