Pinto Is Reviving an Old Push for Warrantless Searches. Some Fear It Will Kick-start a ‘Free-for-All’ of Police Harassment.
The Ward 2 councilmember’s crime legislation drew rebuke from judicial leaders who say warrantless searches might violate the Fourth Amendment.
Too many Black infants die before their first birthday in Washington, D.C. What needs to change?
A Major Criminal Justice Reform Law Forced Police to Collect More Data. But the D.C. Auditor Says No One’s Doing Much With It.
The latest review of the NEAR Act’s impact suggests the law isn’t living up to its potential to spur change.
The collaboration between Tim Ma and Matt Sperber serves the region’s best breakfast sandwich and some impressive vegetarian dishes.
Casa Kantuta celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a pop-up series spotlighting the Latine talent supporting some of the city’s biggest bars and restaurants.
Executive chef Dima Martseniuk says his Capitol Hill restaurant serves upward of 50 gallons of borscht every week.
Screening at AFI Silver’s Latin American Film Festival this weekend, this Argentine nail-biter reminds us that the heroes in modern thrillers always have skeletons in their closet.
“My community has truly made me feel like a superstar,” says Bumper on winning the third annual haus of bambi award that honors local visionary queers and their artistic contributions.
This week has James McMurtry, Ben Folds, SNL alum, local authors, a film screening of the gorgeous documentary Aurora’s Sunrise, and a homecoming for comic Lisa Ann Walter.