Monday, July 15, 2024

Tag: Washington D.C.

DC and parts of US turn dark during rare solar eclipse...

Millions of Americans witnessed the daytime sky turn dark during yesterday's total solar eclipse. In Washington, D.C., where residents experienced 87% of the eclipse,...

Newsbreak April 9, 2024

Washington, D.C. recaps yesterday's total solar eclipse. The United States Coast Guard Academy faces controversy for having sexual assault victims sign non-disclosure agreements. A...

Latino event series “Juernes” takes over D.C.’s Columbia Heights (includes video...

Juernes is the latest cultural craze to take off at Columbia Heights, one of Washington, D.C.'s biggest Latino communities. Its name is an ode...

Washington D.C. celebrates National Kite Month (includes video story)

Today marks the beginning of National Kite Month, and Washington, D.C. knows how to flamboyantly kick off the season.  On Saturday, March 30, 2024, The...

From Myanmar to America: First-generation college student redefines resilience

At the age of 16, Hmway Mya Saint Aung knew there was more to life than staying in her hometown of Yangon, Myanmar. Among...

Newsbreak March 19, 2024

A 15-year-old boy is charged with second-degree murder after stabbing two teen girls outside of an Orlando skating rink. The Centers for Disease Control...

D.C. celebrates “305 Day” with congressional cafecito challenge (includes video story)

The aroma of coffee filled the South Florida congressional offices Thursday morning as Representatives fought for the champion title of the first Congressional Cafecito...

Climate and population health concerns raised at FIU in DC (includes...

With several guests who serve in the health industry in attendance, FIU in Washington D.C. hosted a workshop covering several climate and population health...

Clyde Butcher’s work shown at Florida House in nation’s capital (includes...

American photographer Clyde Butcher is preserving two things: the environment and classical photography. With the goal of educating others about the beauty of nature, Butcher...

La Corte dice “no” a la inmunidad judicial para candidato presidencial...

Un poco de contexto El 1 de agosto de 2023, Donald Trump fue acusado por cuatro cargos penales relacionados con interferencias en el proceso electoral...