A Virginia woman who pretended to be a psychologist, treating hundreds of patients and even testifying as a medical expert during custody hearings in court, was sentenced Friday to 11 years in prison. Family after family testified in court in Stafford County on Friday about the damage done by Sharonda Avery. These families trusted Avery so much and were so…
At-large council race exposes clashing agendas and divisions over which Washingtonians will benefit.
Holley Simmons, owner of D.C. flower shop She Loves Me, offers some tips on getting started with houseplants.
Officials in Montgomery and Prince Georgeâ€™s counties said health metrics donâ€™t warrant a move to Phase 3.
Images in the exhibition, hung on fences and lamp posts downtown, can be accessed by anyone with a printer.
Many are nervous about inviting trick-or-treaters to their doors during a pandemic, but the White House will flick on the lights and welcome kids for its annual Halloween celebration. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have invited children, including families of frontline workers and military members, to a trick-or-treating event Sunday at the White House. Itâ€™s unclear how…
The U.S. set a new record for coronavirus cases, with more than 77,000 new infections reported Thursday â€“ the largest single-day increase since July. This new record comes as the total number of COVID-19 infections across the country has reached almost 8.5 million. From the start of the pandemic until today, nearly 225,000 lives have been lost in the U.S….
Monday is scheduled to be the final day of Ron Rivera’s cancer treatment, and on Friday, the coach reflected on that important date and what the past six weeks or so has been like for him.