Researchers call for an extension of services beyond the age of 18.
Signs point to young voters coming to the polls in bigger numbers for midterm elections.
The Capitals’ hockey veteran reflects on his Native American ancestry — and D.C. politics.
“We have seen acts of violence. What’s new is the context of the acts of violence.”
The action follows a probe of an August 2017 white-supremacist march at the school.
In a year of firsts for many women, a shot at a first House seat for a Native American
Terrence Woods, 26, of Seat Pleasant, was in a rugged area working with a British documentary crew.
Rage and frustration filled the streets of Capitol Hill before and after the U.S. Senate vote Saturday afternoon to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
The vandalism is the second time the center has been targeted in 18 months.
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