If you live in the Washington, DC area long enough, you’re likely to hear about the city of Waldorf, Md. Waldorf is the biggest city in Charles County, Maryland, located directly south of Prince George’s County, Maryland, also know as the place that most of the people you know who claim to be from DC really hail from,…
Anxiety is high in Virginia as it approaches the one-year anniversary of the Unite the Right rally, the “alt-right” violent protest that brought together all manner of white supremacists in Charlottesville.
Remember when Donald Trump referred to black countries as “shitholes” and then tried to lie and say he didn’t say it and then Omarosa got kicked out of the White House and confirmed that he said it?
James Alex Fields Jr., the white supremacist accused of killing anti-racism protester Heather Heyer at last year’s white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., was charged with multiple counts of federal hate crimes on Wednesday.
Nathan Larson, a 37-year-old accountant from Charlottesville, Va., is running for Congress as an independent, and he recently admitted to HuffPost that he’s a pedophile.
Despite the fact that a viral video seems to show none of this, a 19-year-old was shocked by a Taser and taken to jail after Chesterfield County, Va., police officers say the teenager resisted arrest and assaulted an officer.
The tide of wypipo terribleness keeps on flowing (will it ever ebb?). This time, a hotel employee in Virginia earned himself a straight shot to the unemployment line for showing his whitest ass in a dispute with an African-American customer in early May.
Video showing a rookie cop shooting a black teenager in the back as the 18-year-old was running away seems to contradict previous statements by the officer involved, who said on camera that the shooting victim had pointed a gun at the officer.
The Greensville County Public Schools district in Emporia, Va., has launched an investigation into a now viral video that shows a first-grade student being bullied by other students on a school bus.
A Virginia man who says he punched a woman because she called him the n-word has been convicted of second-degree murder. On Monday an Arlington, Va., jury recommended that Robert Coleman, 27, serve 10 years behind bars for the death of Fedelia Montiel-Benitez, who died in July.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, pulled off the biggest upset in NCAA basketball tournament history when it defeated top-seeded Virginia 74-54 Friday night. But as the New York Times points out, the school is known for producing the most black students who go on to complete combined M.D.-Ph.D. programs.
I’ve had the same headache since 2 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 4. My son has had the same nightmares every night since then as well. Most people will say, “Be lucky he wasn’t shot or killed,” but when you send your child to college, the last thing you expect to happen is for him to call you at 1:30 a.m. on a Sunday saying that…
Authorities say they have identified a 17-year-old young man as a person of interest in the death of 16-year-old Jholie Moussa.
The body of a 16-year-old from Alexandria, Va., was found Friday less than a mile from her home.
A fourth suspect has been arrested in the brutal attack of Deandre Harris, who was seriously injured while protesting the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August.
Southern white men love to memorialize other white men who fought for years to keep African Americans enslaved. It’s the Southern-white-man thing to do to champion the losers of the Confederacy.
One of Virginia’s newest state delegates is working on a series of bills that would disrupt the “school-to-prison pipeline” in a state that recently led the country in referring students to the legal system.
A Virginia man hopes to convince the state’s Supreme Court that he should legally be allowed to hang a noose to intimidate black people—if it’s on his own private property.
A little more than four months has passed since Charlottesville, Va., native Heather Heyer was killed after a car plowed through a group of people protesting a horrific, and ultimately deadly, white supremacist rally there.
James Fields, the man accused of plowing his car into a crowd of counterprotesters during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., will face a new charge of first-degree murder.