New York restaurant chain Fig & Olive has been linked to two Salmonella outbreaks on both sides of the country. While the cause was never determined and the D.C. location is back up and running after passing a health inspection, questions remain about the spread of the infection.
D.C.'s Chinatown is known more for its entertainment and dining options than for Chinese culture. While the development is welcomed by many, the neighborhood's shift is being played out in a fight for affordable housing at Museum Square, home to many of the neighborhood's last Chinese residents.
Doctors and police warn there is nationwide surge in crime and overdoses related to synthetic cannabinoids. The illegal street drugs often make users violently psychotic. A discussion on the health risks, national trends and challenges to medical professionals and law enforcement.
Kojo sits down with community leaders long familiar with D.C.'s deadly crime cycles to find out what's fueling the city's surge in homicides and what's being done at the community level to stanch the bloodshed.
A transformer fire on Monday and a computer problem on Tuesday did not bode well for Metro's ability to keep things running on a day when Pope Francis will be bringing thousands of riders to the tiny Brookland station.
A new investigation by the U.S. Education Department found that Virginia's flagship university failed to provide "prompt and equitable" responses to sexual assault allegations. We explore what federal investigators found and what the university is likely to do next.
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