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Pharrell's Vivienne Westwood Hat to Be Displayed at Newseum
The mountain hat will be on view at the Washington, D.C., museum through Oct. 26....


Kerry Washington Brings 'Scandal' Style to The Limited
Gladiators, get ready to shop Olivia Pope’s closet....


Chris Brown's DC Court Date Cost Taxpayers Over $4,000
Con Air flights and jail stays contributed to Breezy's large bill....


Chris Brown's Plea Deal Falls Through
Breezy could be facing jail time in Washington, D.C., case. Assault trial scheduled for this Septem...


The Second Roll: A Black Easter Tradition in Washington, DC
The history behind the capital's African-American Easter Egg Roll....


In His New Book, Marion Barry Says His Story Is One of Second Chances
After his 1990 incident of being videotaped with a woman smoking cocaine, the former DC mayor says ...


Could This Woman Become Washington, DC's Next Mayor?
City council member Muriel Bowser is in a dead heat with Mayor Vincent Gray to win the Democratic p...


Commentary: DC Election Proves It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray suffered a surprise defeat, proving how unpredictable politics can be....


Commentary: Kevin Durant Holds the Future of the NBA in His Hands
Reigning MVP is poised to change league’s landscape....


Kevin Durant Offered Mammoth Under Armour Deal
Contract reportedly worth between $265 million and $285 million over 10 years....


The Wire , 12 Years a Slave Star Stabbed at Nightclub
Anwan Glover was attacked at a DC hotspot....


BET.com Exclusive Clip: Isaiah Washington as D.C. Sniper
Former Grey's Anatomy star in Blue Caprice....


Chris Brown Released From Jail
Felony assault charge reduced to misdemeanor....


Rock the Bells Cancels Remaining Dates
D.C. and New Jersey shows scrapped over low ticket sales....


This Day in Black History: Aug. 12, 1922
Frederick Douglass' house became a dedicated national museum on Aug. 12, 1922....


Protest for Obamacare Planned for Beyoncé's D.C. Concert
A local activist is urging Queen Bey to promote health care law....


This Day in Black History: July 19, 1971
Patricia Roberts Harris assumes her second cabinet post as Secretary of Health and Human Services....


Convicted D.C. Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Expresses Remorse: "I Was a Monster"
Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo expresses remorse: "I was a monster." The shooter tells famili...


The International AIDS Conference Kicks Off in Washington, D.C.
The 2012 International AIDS Conference brings together more than 20,000 researchers and advocates t...


Washington D.C. Loses Black Majority
The Chocolate City is now officially not chocolate....

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