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Samantha Schmidt is a reporter focused on gender and family issues for The Washington Post. She previously worked on The Post's Morning Mix team, and as a reporting fellow for the New York Times.
Most Democrats, one third of Republicans and Virginians under 40 say it should be legal under extreme circumstances
‘Sometimes you have to lead by example, no matter how hard it is,” Tyson told a packed audience at Stanford University.
Tyson, a political science professor, and Fairfax, the lieutenant governor of Virginia, encountered each other at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
Vanessa Tyson said she came forward after Fairfax on Monday accused her of lying.
A D.C. bill aims to keep domestic violence victims from having to pay alimony to their ex-spouses.
The judge sided with licensed therapists who argued the ordinance was unconstitutional because it prohibited them from taking part in “speech” through conversion therapy.
Temperatures could hit record lows, with wind chill estimates near minus-60.
Meanwhile, parents and children still do not have relief as they wait for paychecks to resume.
Uncertainty over benefits amid the government shutdown has led some domestic violence victims to stay — or return to — dangerous situations out of financial need.
"Do you want to have a drink with me?” Kwame Anderson asked. The man paused.