How do you know when you’re ready to date again after divorce?
Tags: Dating and Loving after Divorce, Dr. Gail Crowder, Dr. Robert Evans, Licensed Cinical Professional Counselor, marriage, Marriage & Relationship Expert, relationships
Pulitzer Prizes were given out Friday, with one honorary award given to Darnella Frazier
Tags: Darnella Frazier, George Floyd, Pulitzer Prize
Suspected teen suicide attempt on the rise.
Tags: CDC, Teenage Suicide Study
Why is it so controversial?
Tags: 1619 project, Critical Race Theory, Dr. Julianne Malveaux, History, racism
A national debate is intensifying over how the role of race and racism should be examined in classroom history discussions.
Tags: Critical Race Theory, Florida, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis
R. Kelly seeks to shake up defense team ahead of NYC trial
Tags: federal racketeering charges, R. Kelly
The top stories of the week.
Tags: Afro-American Newspapers, Cicadas, Eva McKend, For The People Act, GOP, Joe Biden, Joe Manchin, Marc Fisher, Micha Green, Mitch McConnell, spectrum news, Terry McAuliffe, The Washington Post, Virginia Democratic Primary
About 52% of D.C. residents are partially or fully vaccinated, while just over 42% are fully vaccinated.
Tags: District of Columbia Hospital Association, Jacqueline D. Bowens, vaccinated
It’s an injectable drug called Wegovy and it’s manufactured by a Danish pharmaceutical company.
Tags: FDA, Obesity, Weight Loss Drug
Are we back to normal?
Tags: Black Coaliton Against COVID-19, COVID-19, Dr. Melissa E. Clarke, Emergency Medicine Physician, Long haulers, Pandemic, Vaccines, Variants
Tags: Capitol attack, Security Failures, Senate Report
The Kentucky Republican explained his opposition as he said using race to discriminate in voting is illegal already.
Tags: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, John Lewis Voting Rights Bill, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
What are the victories and the challenges for the LGBTQ community now?
Tags: Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble, gay, Gee Smalls, Lesbian, LGBTQ, pride month, Psychologist, Transgender
Records fall as pre-summer high temperatures scorch the nation.
Tags: Heat Wave, weather
FDA approves much-debated Alzheimer’s drug panned by experts
Tags: Alzheimers, Dementia, Drug, FDA, Medication
Grilling tips, recipes and safety information.
Tags: Big Reggie's BBQ, Bourbon Boar BBQ, Cedriic Simon, Grilling, Memorial Day, Reggie Jones
What can you do for an inexpensive day trip or overnight?
Tags: Javonne Harley, Lucinda Anderson Hughes, Summer Travel
Season Ticket Revocation, Arena Ban For Fan Who Dumped Popcorn On Westbrook
Tags: philadelphia 76ers, Russell Westbrook, Washington Wizards
Arena Stage, the RISE Demonstration Center, U-D-C, and the Convention Center locations will all close in late June.
Tags: Covid, dc vaccinations, Walk-Up Vaccine sites close in DC
His release from incarceration was a redemption that he has not wasted.
Tags: Kim Kardashian-West, Momolu Stewart, Returning Citizens, Symendy Lloyd
She alleges the company perpetuated her image as a “privileged white female Karen.”
Tags: Amy Cooper, Central Park Karen Suing Ex-Employer, Franklin Templeton
The shooting took place at a city transportation light rail yard this morning.
Tags: mass shooting, Samuel Cassidy, San Jose Shooting
We take a look at how far we have and have not come in one year.
Tags: George Floyd one year later, Leslie Remond, Minneapolis Chapter, NAACP, P.J. Hill, Vice President
Clarke is the first woman and the first woman of color to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division
Tags: Department Of Justice, DOJ, Kristen Clarke, The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
A reform bill that’s being negotiated in the Senate is named for George Floyd.
Tags: Ben Crump, George Floyd, Pres. Biden Meets With Family of George Floyd, President Biden, Vice President Harris
Trying to open up the conversation about mental health for those who struggle with talking about it.
Tags: Fetherson & Knight Psychological Services, National Mental Health Awareness Month, Tynetta Smith
Lawmakers are looking at voter ID laws across the U.S.
Tags: voter ID laws
The U.S. experienced a record year of extreme weather events in 2020
Tags: FEMA, hurricane season
Resources to prevent and manage college debt.
Tags: College Debt, Collegiate Financial Wellness Expert, Dr. Tisa Silver-Canady, education
The WHO says deaths could be two to three times higher
Tags: COVID Deaths, The World Health Organization
Trial Set For Nov. 1
Tags: jacob blake, Kenosha, Kyle Rittenhouse
What do you do when you still need the support that’s going away?
Tags: Aleata Dawkins, Customer Engagement & Advocacy Division Manager, Director of Program Services, Kelly Caplan, The Salvation Army, WSSC
Final drawing will be held on July 4th.
Tags: COVID-19, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Vaccine Lottery
House Approves Bill Significantly Boosting Capitol Security After January 6th Attack
Tags: Capitol Security, January 6th attack
New round of arrests announced following US Capitol breach
Tags: Jan. 6 insurrection, Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Capitol Attack
NY attorney general says Trump Org probe is now criminal
Tags: Attorney General Letitia James, New York AG, Trump Criminal Investigation
To mask or not to mask?
Toddler is in critical condition.
Pasquotank County Sheriff’s deputies shot and killed Brown when he tried to drive away while they served a warrant.
Tags: Andrew Brown Jr, District Attorney Andrew Womble, North Carolina Shooting
The United Way of the National Capital Area will spend 24 hours raising money in support of needy populations with Do More 24.
Tags: Food Insecurity, homeless, Leah Paley, Rosie Allen-Herring, The United Way of the National Capital Area
About 70-percent of stations in and around Washington, DC were out.
Tags: Colonial pipeline, cyber attack, gas shortage
WSSC water says it has removed more than 700 tons of wipes from a wastewater pumping station since 2020
Contemporary alternatives to corporal punishment.
Tags: Carol Muleta, Disciplining Your Children, Parenting Strategist, Spanking, Time Out
What is the impact of this mini gas crisis and what you need to do and stop doing to manage it.
Tags: AAA Mid Atlantic, Dr. Christopher Daniels, Economist, John Townsend, Public and Government Relations
CDC: Fully vaccinated people can largely ditch masks indoors
Tags: Covid, DC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, No More Masks for the Vaccinated, Pandemic
The utility began waiving late fees in March 2020 due to the pandemic
Tags: Water Bill Late Fees Returning, WSSC
Men talk about weight gain and health issues brought light during the pandemic.
Tags: Dad-Bod, Diabetes, Dr. Asara Opoku, high blood pressure, Howard University Hospital, Kuti Mack, Pendemic, Weight gain, Will Smith
It will also allow middle school-aged students to get vaccinated before school starts this fall.
Tags: BioNTech, FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine for 12-15 Year Olds, Pfizer
The Justice Department is planning hundreds of criminal prosecutions that have been linked to the Capitol attack.
Tags: Capitol Protest, January 6th attack, riot
We honor mothers with a little wisdom and humor.
Tags: "We Keep It Moving", Best and Worst Advice, Charlotte Avery, Daughters, family strategist, Marsha Jews, Mother's Day, sons