“I screamed,” the victim testified. “I was pretty upset. I felt really bad. A little bit betrayed and confused at the same time. It was terrible — a pain I’ve never felt, " the victim said in court.


In what Washington Post’s executive editor called “outrageous,” two journalists who traveled to Ferguson, Mo. at the height of protests last year to report have…

Monday night, several passengers were in fear for their lives after a fire broke out on the Metro station in Washington, DC. Here is what is being reported: A total of 84 people were hospitalized due to the Metro tunnel filling with smoke, including one patient who died, D.C. fire department spokesman Tim Wilson said. […]


On Thursday, “Washington Post’s” Wesley Lowery shared the harrowing details of his arrest in Ferguson Mo. with Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” panel. Lowery…

Breaking news overnight about a Malaysian airline disappearing with over 200 passengers on board: WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department confirms that three Americans were aboard the Malaysia Airlines jet that vanished Saturday. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki says in a statement that officials from the U.S. Embassies in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Beijing are in contact […]

There has been a major shift in the country and specifically in DC.  A recent poll shows that a majority of Dc residents now support the recreational use of Mary Jane.   The poll numbers came on the same day that a committee of DC lawmakers voted unanimously to begin to loosen DC marijuana laws […]


"The city hurt a while when Swift passed. She was basically the one to put club on the radio. [92Q was] playing club, but she made it known. And she took it to other cities," Porkchop told the newspaper.

The Washington Post confuses President Obama with Malcolm X. How does that happen?