Kojo chats with one of the activists who recently met face-to-face with Edward Snowden in Russia.
A report into the response by the U.S. Capitol Police to last month's Navy Yard shooting has been delayed by the federal government shutdown.
The thousands of participants and spectators planning to attend the 29th annual Army Ten Miler this Sunday should expect heightened security.
A three-member team of DCPS staffers sometimes answers hundreds of calls a day from parents and the public.
As the partial government shutdown slogs through its second week, we'll look at the ripple effects on our region's residents and businesses.
Through a Medicaid fraud settlement, Virginia law enforcement now have new funds for training officers to work with those who have mental health issues.
The modern history of treating mental illness in America: Why the U.S. fails to meet the needs of so many people suffering from mental illness and what can be done about it.
Maryland becomes the first state in the country to team up with Facebook in the fight against cyberbullying.
Some Maryland gun dealers say the state's new gun ban will not be effective in preventing mass shootings.
From the roller coaster ride of the government shutdown to a woman who teaches aerobatics in the sky, we take a look at "ups and downs."
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