The remains of some victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon were disposed of in a landfill, according to a report.
India has been hailed as a model for the developing world. But its economic boom has led to a widening wealth gap, environmental damage and increase in crime. The price of growth in modern India.
While the same-sex marriage legislation passed in Maryland Thursday still faces some hurdles, couples in Maryland have taken the occasion as a cause for celebration.
The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division is investigating accusations of discrimination in the hiring practices of police and fire departments in Baltimore County.
Donald Graham, CEO of The Washington Post Company talks journalism, web ventures and more with Kojo.
We talk with a Maryland same-sex couple about the marriage debate in their state and how the passage of same-sex marriage would impact their lives.
A journalist exposes the failures of an entire community to protect the 3-year-old daughter of a close family friend.
The Dutch government falls and Spain slips back into recession. Fallout from German-imposed austerity measures and new concerns over eurozone economies
Jerry Gray, longtime host and one of WAMU 88.5's most influential personalities, died Thursday at age 78.
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