The sage advice “listen to your elders” has new meaning for thousands of kids this Thanksgiving.
Leaders of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, located in Richmond in the shadow of the Virginia state Capitol, announced the changes Sunday to worshipers after months of discussion, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Tuesday.
Emergency officials say a man was struck and killed by a Metro train in Capitol Heights.
Authorities say a man has been charged with leaving a fake bomb at a northern Virginia mosque.
D.C. police Chief Cathy L. Lanier’s suggestion that ordinary citizens try to take down an active shooter before officers arrive is drawing criticism from Second Amendment advocates who question how residents of a city with some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation could be expected to defend themselves.
In a surprising comment, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier is encouraging ordinary citizens to subdue or even kill active gunmen if they can as the “best option for saving lives before police can get there.”
The great-great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt and distant cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt will speak Monday evening at the Georgetown based Harvard Club about his new historical novel and legal thriller, which examines the constitutionality of Japanese internment during World War II, and the balance between liberty and security in a free society.
Jacob Marberger, a missing Washington College student who was wanted on a warrant and caused the school to shut down, was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound Saturday in eastern Pennsylvania.
Well, the Lord and the ancestors obviously willing, the creek didn’t rise and overwhelm, so it’s Thanksgiving again. Time for the four Fs: faith, family, food and football.
Family members of the American killed in a terror attack on a hotel in Mali say her life was devoted to helping others.
Maryland filmmaker Stephen Suettinger’s debut film, “A Year and Change,” will be out on DVD and VOD just in time for Thanksgiving.
Just over half of D.C. residents would support the return of a gun ban in the nation’s capital, with affluent white residents more likely to support a ban than black residents who live in areas of the city with higher crime rates, according to a new poll.