'The Rule of Nobody' author Philip K. Howard says government regulations need to be more 'goal-oriented'
Sociologists Keith Robinson and Angel Harris say that success at school does not depend on academic help from parents
Chicago Magazine says it is 'unclear' why Chicago police did not label at least 10 violent deaths from 2013 as homicides
As the nation remembers the victims a year on, prosecutors are still building a case against the surviving suspect
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg will give $50 million to a grassroots organization to counter the gun lobby's influence
Victims of ship tragedy describe details of what happened to passengers of sinking ship
Washington Post blogger Alyssa Rosenberg discusses why TV portrays more sexual violence than sexual intimacy
Former baseball star Hank Aaron recently said race relations in the US have 'improved' but have 'a long ways to go'
Entrepreneurs moving into the struggling city are finding their small business ventures flourishing
The Washington Post and Guardian US won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for reporting on NSA surveillance programs
Heather Abbott, who was struck by the second blast, lost part of her leg
Hampton, Fla. was so mired in scandal that the state lawmakers wanted to wipe it off the map.
Author cites documents detailing fate of powerful N.Y. governor's son
A Pennsylvania teen was convicted of disorderly conduct after recording his alleged bullies at school on his iPad
The talented daughter of the late Johnny Cash releases her first album in more than four years
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