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**FILE** D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (Courtesy photo)

D.C. Joins States in Support of ...

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced Friday that the city has joined two friend-of-the-court briefs in support of transgender rights ...
Metrorail passengers board an Orange Line train at the L'Enfant Plaza station in southwest D.C. on June 6.

Federal Inspectors Find 1,000-Plus Defects in ...

Since the Federal Transit Administration began to manage Metro's safety oversight in October, about 1,100 defects have been noted, according ...

Education

Brookland Middle School eighth-grader Eliska Peacock is in China and excited to experience "something different than she's used to." (Courtesy of DCPS)

D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Studying Abroad

DCPS is sending nearly 400 students from every ward this summer on 18 study abroad trips — from Costa Rica ...

Opinion

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders formally endorses his former rival Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination during a campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on July 12.

EDITORIAL: Bernie Supporters — Time to ...

Now that Hillary Rodham Clinton has won the nomination of the Democratic Party and is poised to become the first ...

Sports

D.C. Divas wide receiver Ashley Whisonant sheds a Pittsburgh Passion tackler en route to scoring a touchdown during the Divas' 41-29 win at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex in Hyattsville, Maryland, on June 25.

Divas Top Passion to Advance to ...

Just in case there was ever any confusion, the D.C. Divas made a definitive statement Saturday night: the champs are ...

Business

Courtesy of diversityinc.com

Smartphone Apps Change Lives for People ...

As people with disabilities assimilate into all aspects of everyday life, their needs and demands expand.

Health

Kayla Rodriguez, a 28-year-old of Puerto Rican descent, co-founded SweetBio, a startup biotech company that uses honey to heal the body. (Courtesy photo)

Biotech Pioneer Hopes to Heal with ...

Kayla Rodriguez, a 28-year-old of Puerto Rican descent, co-founded SweetBio, a startup biotech company that uses honey to heal the ...