Archive for 'Special Reports'
The Washington, D.C., NFL team is not the only one facing questions about using the name redskins. High schools across the country are debating whether to continue using it.
Last month Grady Chaltain returned to the University of Maryland after being diagnosed in 2011 with brain cancer. Surgery and chemotherapy have radically changed his life. This photo story documents his return to College Park and attempt to regain a normal life.
Sarah, 12, has a passion for life and people. She is curious and is not afraid to ask questions, even to strangers. She was also born with autism. This photo story documents her struggle.
A Montgomery County family of three -- an adult, a preschooler and a school-age child -- needs about $78,000 just to make ends meet, a new report shows.
MiMi Ramos, a single mother of three, recently bought her family's first home in Silver Spring. For the Ramoses, a formerly homeless family, this purchase was an especially meaningful milestone.
It was 1942, a few months after the Japanese attacked the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor 70 years ago today, when Takashi Kariya, 17, and his family joined thousands of other Japanese immigrants and Japanese-Americans held captive at the Tanforan Assembly Center.
Hundreds of homeless residents in one of the nation's richest regions linked up with Montgomery County's medical and financial resources Wednesday.
In the decade since terrorists attacked the U.S. with commercial airliners, killing nearly 3,000 people, the architect of the tragedy has been killed, al-Qaida's administration has been disrupted, 80 terrorist plots have been foiled and 155 terrorist attacks were committed on U.S. soil with 32 fatalities.