John Wall broke down in tears in a post-game interview, after dedicating the Wizards 133-132 overtime win over the Celtics Monday to the life of 6-year-old Damiyah Telemaque-Nelson, who passed away earlier in the day from Burkitt’s lymphoma.
On Thursday’s Pablo Show, we talked race, and if we’ve pinpointed the problem, what are the foundations for workable solutions?
Local and national political leaders, prominent clergy and ordinary Washingtonians who got their first job as a result of Marion Barry’s programs were among the thousands who gathered Saturday at the Washington Convention Center to say goodbye to the man dubbed “Mayor for Life.”
A.J. Cooper, who recently announced that he was intending to run for the Ward 4 City Council seat that will be vacated by Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser, passed away suddenly Wednesday morning.
President Obama met with some residents of Ferguson, as well as many civil rights and religious leaders.
Janay Rice says NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wasn’t being honest when he said Ray Rice was “ambiguous” about hitting her in a casino elevator.
An estimated 34 million people across the globe are living with HIV and more than 35 million people have died from the virus.
This morning on The Pablo Show, we discussed the grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Help pick the opening act for the AT&T Nation’s Football Classic rally on Sept. 12 at the 9:30 Club. Will it be Sebastian Mikael or Mack Wilds?