Thursday, December 9, 2021


DC Attorney General Files Brief Against Facebook Immunity Over Hate Speech

Karl Racine filed a brief in a case against Facebook, saying it must be held accountable for misleading users about removing hate speech.

DC School Decides Naming Theater After Dave Chappelle Following Controversy

The Duke Ellington School will follow through a plan to name its theater after Dave Chappelle after a delay over his latest Netflix special.

Around 200 Inmates Moved Out of DC Due to Worrying Conditions

The US Marshals Service removed 200 inmates from the DC jail after an unannounced inspection that revealed poor conditions at the facility.

DC Public Schools See Decline in Enrollment for Second Year

Enrollment in DC Public Schools (DCPS) dropped by more than 800 students this academic year, according to officials.

DC Priest Gets Prison Sentence Over Sexual Abuse of Adult Woman

A Catholic priest in Northwest Washington has been found guilty of sexually abusing an adult woman, the US Attorney's Office announced.

DC Announces Enhancement of Traffic Safety Around Schools

The District has launched a traffic safety campaign to increase safety in school zones, Mayor Muriel Bowser said in a release.

Dave Chappelle Calls for Donations to His Old School After Controversy

Dave Chappelle urged donating to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, after it postponed naming a theater after the alumnus.

Metro Says Delays Will Continue Through End of Year

DC Metro will continue to offer reduced rail service levels through December 31, according to a statement issued by WMATA.