D.C. Council Member Trayon White said he car was involved in a crash, but had been borrowed by a friend, without permission.
The deadly start to the year in D.C. continues. The police say there aren’t any more shootings than in previous years at this time, but shooting victims are more likely to die. Find out why.
Police in D.C. have arrested a man suspected of gunning down a mother and father in Southwest over the weekend, and Ward 8 Council member Trayon White issued a statement calling the ward’s demoted police commander a “scapecoat” and urging he be reinstated.
Ten kids have lost their lives so far this year, according to DC police data. Investigators, a D.C. councilman and assistant police chief are leading a new charge to make a change.
A spiraling controversy over anti-Semitic comments and conspiracy theories has roiled the D.C. government, seemingly getting worse with every public attempt to ease the tensions.
A D.C. housing official has resigned in the wake of a controversy over a rally he organized at which a D.C. council member was derided as a “fake Jew” and Jewish people were called “termites.”
D.C. Councilwoman Elissa Silverman, who is Jewish, is calling for action against anti-Semitic remarks: She wants a city official fired and she is asking the council to condemn the words of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
D.C. Councilman Trayon White, who is accused of anti-antisemitism, denied a Washington Post report that said he left early from a tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He defended himself and vowed to survive the controversy, which began last month.
In a March 16 Facebook Live video, which was shot as snow fell on Interstate 395, Trayon White suggested that a wealthy Jewish family — frequently the target of conspiracy theories — could control the weather.
Trayon White made a fool of himself, unfortunately.
A D.C. Council member has apologized again Monday for posting a video on Friday that echoed an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, claiming that a wealthy Jewish family is controlling the weather.
D.C. leaders pleaded with residents of Anacostia on Wednesday to come forward with any information they might know about a shooting that killed a 14-year-old boy outside a church over the weekend.
During a morning ceremony on the first Monday of the New Year, members of the D.C. Council were formally sworn in. One issue that was mentioned repeatedly during the ceremony was a ballot referendum seeking D.C. statehood that passed with about 86 percent of the vote.
Volunteers hope they will find Relisha Rudd alive.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.