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Trinity Jabore died at seven weeks. A city hotline received four calls about the couple’s treatment of two older children.
The 85 percent success rate cited by the city is an illusion, advocates for the homeless say.
In the alleys and empty lots of D.C., on the prowl with a trapper of feral felines.
Hard-nosed and lyrical, the Pulitzer Prize-winner took stock of his city from the bottom up.
Among the findings: Developers are significantly behind in repaying loans and tenants’ incomes have gone unverified
Efforts to try Oswaldo Martinez have been stymied by his almost complete inability to communicate.
But animal welfare groups decry size restrictions and say everyone should have the chance to own one.
Police on Saturday arrested a Florida man they said threw a rock and knocked an officer unconscious.
On Saturday, Washington’s subway recorded the second-busiest day in it’s 40-year history. Here’s what that means.
An interfaith, interracial coalition marched to the U.S. Capitol to deliver a petition to protest the confirmation of Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as U.S. attorney general.