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The Second Roll: A Black Easter Tradition in Washington, DC
The history behind the capital's African-American Easter Egg Roll....


Was Missing DC Girl Relisha Rudd Sold Into Human Trafficking?
Derrica Wilson, president and CEO of Black and Missing Foundation, believes that Relisha Rudd's mot...


Could This Woman Become Washington, DC's Next Mayor?
City council member Muriel Bowser is in a dead heat with Mayor Vincent Gray to win the Democratic p...


Commentary: DC Election Proves It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray suffered a surprise defeat, proving how unpredictable politics can be....


Chris Brown Loses Fight to Dismiss DC Assault Case
Judge denies request to have Breezy's charge thrown out....


Prosecutors Work to Move Chris Brown From L.A. Jail to D.C.
Lawyers want the singer out of prison to face his assault charge....


This Day in Black History: April 23, 1872
Charlotte E. Ray became the first African-American woman admitted to practice law in Washington, D....


Protest for Obamacare Planned for Beyoncé's D.C. Concert
A local activist is urging Queen Bey to promote health care law....


BET.com Exclusive Clip: Isaiah Washington as D.C. Sniper
Former Grey's Anatomy star in Blue Caprice....


Chris Brown Released From Jail
Felony assault charge reduced to misdemeanor....


Rock the Bells Cancels Remaining Dates
D.C. and New Jersey shows scrapped over low ticket sales....


The International AIDS Conference Kicks Off in Washington, D.C.
The 2012 International AIDS Conference brings together more than 20,000 researchers and advocates t...


Eye on Unemployment: Washington, D.C.
A new study shows that Washington, D.C. has one of the highest income gaps in the nation. BET.com t...


Convicted D.C. Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Expresses Remorse: "I Was a Monster"
Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo expresses remorse: "I was a monster." The shooter tells famili...


Washington, D.C.’s Black Community Has Developed Strong Connection With Redskins
Fifty years ago fans protested because the Redskins were the last segregated NFL franchise. Now the...


Newly Diagnosed HIV Cases Down in Washington D.C., But Epidemic Still Persists
Chocolate City's health department releases a new report that finds few ups and more downs when it ...


D.C. Council Chair Kwame Brown Pleads Guilty to Bank Fraud
After pleading guilty to bank fraud, D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown has resigned and faces up to...


Aretha Franklin To Be Honored in Washington D.C.
The Queen of Soul gathers a new award....


Washington D.C. Loses Black Majority
The Chocolate City is now officially not chocolate....


Poll: Washington, D.C.’s Real Divide Is Class, Not Race
Wealthier Blacks see much about the city the same way that well-to-do whites do....

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