(Allie Caren/The Washington Post)
National
911 dispatcher hung up on thousands of calls because she didn't feel like talking
Houston dispatcher Crenshanda Williams was charged April 19 for repeatedly interfering with thousands of 911 emergency calls. “Ain’t nobody got time for this," she said. "For real.”
Read More
Up next in National
promo
0:43
911 dispatcher hung up on thousands of calls because she didn't feel like talking
promo
0:38
Comedian to college student: 'I got a free feel out of it'
promo
1:37
Kitesurfing, reading and traveling the world: Keeping up with Barack Obama
promo
1:11
New Jersey high school installs laundry room to help bullied students
promo
3:30
Without visas for foreign workers, Maryland’s crab-picking jobs go unfilled
promo
3:19
Florida's toxic red tide: These are the scientists on the front lines of animal rescue
promo
0:42
'I know that, in heaven, everything is perfect and she will be not in any pain'
promo
1:01
4 times scientists took on questions you didn’t know you had
promo
4:16
Sen. Schatz confronts FCC Chairman about false cyberattack claim
promo
0:51
More than 70 people overdose in park in New Haven
promo
2:39
Victim recalls 'fear' and 'anger' after Catholic priest's alleged sexual abuse
promo
0:30
Motorcyclist attempts daring stunt on San Antonio highway
promo
0:44
‘Get that camera!’ Antifa harass press at ‘Unite the Right’ rally
promo
2:23
'It happened everywhere': Pennsylvania releases report on Catholic Church sex abuse
promo
3:05
White nationalist rally dwarfed by counterprotesters
promo
2:05
Trump's response to racism draws criticism again, one year after Charlottesville
promo
0:51
White nationalists arrive in Washington D.C. for 'Unite the Right 2' rally
promo
2:40
Activists and residents gather in Charlottesville: 'We cannot continue to let hate win'
promo
2:21
One year later, heavy police and peaceful protests in Charlottesville
promo
2:38
‘Suicidal’ airline employee steals plane outside Seattle
promo
3:32
One year after Charlottesville, wounds are still healing