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“We’re fighting for our values, our representation, all of this work that we do.”
Councilmembers Janeese Lewis George and Christina Henderson cast key swing votes to raise taxes in D.C.
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The RAMMY Awards will be different this year. Here are the finalists in a slate of pandemic-appropriate categories.
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The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s exhibit offers a convincing artistic portrayal of the route to freedom.
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"It's hard to think of many other places that opened themselves up to that level of innovation and variety in programming, and D.C.'s legacy in art and music has absolutely benefitted as a result.”
"The one thing that always stood out with Wes is his intelligence about the game, where the game is headed, the modern NBA, and certainly his proficiency on the defensive side of the ball, which is an area that we absolutely must address immediately."
Sapp, who trains with the Nation’s Capital Swim Club, is one of the first two male athletes with an intellectual impairment who will swim for Team USA at the Paralympics.
After a disappointing finish at the 2016 U.S. Olympic track and field trials, Schneider learned to detach herself from the results. Success followed, and she will be running the 5,000 meters in Tokyo.