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Missing girls in DC: all the facts

Since the beginning of February, 35 Black and Latinx teens girls have gone missing in DC. Of those girls, 22 still have not been found. The recent disappearances do not represent a spike in missing cases. According to the Director of the Youth and Family Services Division at the MPD, Chanel Dickerson, 200 missing persons

Trump makes sweeping cuts to expand military budget

On February 23, President Donald Trump alerted the nation to his plan to drastically increase military spending by $54 billion, The $54 billion that would be allocated toward military spending is expected to be taken from parts of the government that Trump sees as less necessary or salient, especially government programs tied to the environment

Wilson Student Awarded GW Scholarship

Wilson student Will Davis was surprised by family members, administrators, and the President of George Washington University in the principal’s conference room on Wednesday afternoon, where he was told that he had received the university’s prestigious Stephen Joel Trachtenberg scholarship. The SJT scholarship, which covers full tuition to GW along with room and board, has

Trump, DCPS top list at Mayor’s roundtable*

In her inaugural student journalist roundtable, Mayor Muriel Bowser invited five colleges and three high schools to the John A. Wilson building for a press conference. In a rapid-fire question and answer session, the mayor answered questions on a wide ranging set of topics. A top concern for journalists across the city was President Trump’s

Uber breaking taxi strike leads to outrage

President Donald Trump made headlines on International Holocaust Remembrance Day with his executive order banning refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. As protests broke out in international airports throughout the country, including at Dulles International and Baltimore International Airports. In New York City, one of the busiest air travel

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