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Think about a time when you were a child and heard a strange sound in the middle of the night. Your heart probably started beating faster. Every little noise was amplified because of a heightened sense of hearing. You got tunnel vision.
Until D.C.s mental health system can truly operate as a system, thousands of kids like Latisha will continue to fall through the cracks. Ultimately, if not enough progress is made on childhood mental health, Mayor Bowser risks not making progress on homelessness, improving schools, and in so many other areas she has on her agenda.
What is Pay to Play? Commonly held, pay to play is a form of getting a special deal because you paid someone off.
It may seem obvious that Aaliyah needed help dealing with the sadness and emotional turmoil caused by her mother's incarceration. Unfortunately, like so many other children in the District, she couldn't get timely help.
Like clockwork, CPAC attendees yet again are posting personal ads on Craigslist looking for love while they're in town. Some
The voiceless are many and they are everywhere. So when survivors of sexual assault find the courage to break their silence and speak out, it's all the more important for us to listen, and listen well.
An organization setting out to improve the way it manages business technology initiative such as Healthcare.gov must realize that changing its governance and the organization requires time and attention.
Prospective college students and their parents should be vigilant for how they can be bamboozled. They need to protect themselves from the various ways in which they could be tricked out of their money.
Dozens of skeletons have been intercepted by federal agents at the Port of Baltimore in recent weeks because they "pose a potential threat to the United States poultry industry," according to the Department of Homeland Security.
White is the first of those indicted to plead guilty. He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years at a sentencing hearing scheduled
Del. Don H. Dwyer Jr. again pleaded guilty Tuesday to operating a boat while drunk during a crash last year that left seven people injured, including himself.
The Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. was vandalized overnight. According to NBCWashington, green paint was splattered inside the chamber of the memorial, on Lincoln and on the floor around it.
Alana Thompson (a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo) and family spent time in downtown D.C. Thursday, posting two photos to Facebook, including one of TV's most famous child reality star showing off her pageant grin.
"We're running things the same way, under the same rules, that every other governor has complied with," he said, adding that
Tony Hawk has been a household name, since inspiring 90s teens into kneecap smashing escapades that few will ever regret
Rusty the red panda has been found, the National Zoo confirmed via Twitter after the furry fellow was spotted in Adams Morgan.
So stock up on storm supplies -- and hope we aren't in for this, either: Update, 9:17 a.m.: The Office of Personnel Management
Ron Burgundy will finally be recognized for his contributions to journalism excellence when "Anchorman: The Exhibit" opens at the Newseum in November 2013.
As with the private sector, all public agencies are functioning within a global marketplace -- the key difference lies in the constituencies it serves.
Friday, May 31 Town Hall with Mayor Vincent Gray at John A. Wilson Building The Washington Blade is hosting this town hall