Thomas Sweatt torched D.C. for decades and was finally jailed for killing one person. During a year-long correspondence from prison with a reporter, he confessed there were more.
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How the Brooklynization of culture killed regional music scenes.
An artifact from the height of the uproar:
Behind the tawdriest of headlines, there's a woman I wouldn't mind bringing home to mom.
The psych hospital life of John Hinckley Jr., Ronald Reagan’s would-be assassin.
In the aftermath of a mysterious murder, exploring a part of the story that has received little attention: the young man who lost his life.
A veteran black Metro columnist, adrift in a rapidly shifting D.C., rankles an incoming generation of gentrificationists.
An encyclopedic evisceration of the NFL owner and former Six Flags chairman.
This isn’t truck-on-truck violence. It’s the taxpaying owners of brick-and-mortar restaurants—along with a host of other powerful District players—who are waging the attack.
Fifteen years ago, William Dranginis saw Bigfoot. He’s still trying to prove it.