In an amazing display of kindness amidst the chaos, Rahul Dubey herded the protestors inside his home and kept them safe overnight after the city's 7 p.m. curfew.
The National Mall National Parks Service announced they’re predicting peak Cherry Blossom bloom to be March 27-30. It’ll come slightly earlier than the past two years. Both of those peak blooms occurred during the first week of April. It also comes about a week into the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. It starts March 20 and […]
The Newseum has officially closed its doors after thousands of people visited the museum for the last time this week. A lack of funding forced the shut down. Now, its owners are looking for a new home. The artifacts at the Newseum are being put into storage. Johns Hopkins University is taking over the building and […]
Police in Washington, D.C. arrested a 30-year-old man Saturday for allegedly sexually assaulting a child at a community center. Investigators said Rakim Davis inappropriately touched the girl just outside of the Malcolm X Opportunity Center on Oct. 12. The center is less than half a mile away from the Malcolm X Elementary School. He’s been […]
Alysha Butler, a social studies teacher at McKinley Technology High School in Washington, DC, has been named the 2019 National History Teacher of the Year. Butler will be honored at a ceremony on October 2 at the Yale Club in New York City, where John Avlon, Senior Political Analyst and anchor at CNN, will present […]
Police in Washington, D.C. found drugs and guns when they stopped and searched a man suspected of fare evasion at the Pentagon City Metro station. Malike Razon Brittain, of Clinton, Maryland, has been arrested on charges including possession with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm while unlawfully carrying narcotics and fare evasion. The 24-year-old […]
Seeing how close his mother had come to losing her life forced Alonso to focus on how money could be a tool to provide for him and his loved ones.