When Amnah Dhailia was 7 or 8 years old, she joined her mom at a meeting at an Islamic Center in Chicago, where they lived at the time. As her mom’s meeting stretched on, Amnah climbed onto a shelf and picked up a book — she couldn’t help herself.
There's a winding dirt road on the way to Manchester, Vermont, that has a secure hold on a corner of my heart. It may look like any other dirt road, but often it's those unassuming places that tug at you to return time and time again.
A local construction company is countersuing a subcontractor for $5 million, claiming the subcontractor never alerted it to any emergency situation at the Nicholaus building site on State Street downtown.
Though he remains a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders sounded very much like someone passing the torch to others during an appearance Friday at the Empire State Plaza.
A Glenville woman was charged with second-degree grand larceny, falsifying business records and second degree possession of a forged instrument after allegedly stealing from her former employer in Clifton Park.
Bernie Sanders/Special to the Washington Post
June 24, 2016
As we head toward the Democratic National Convention, I often hear the question, "What does Bernie want?" Wrong question. The right question is what the 12 million Americans who voted for a political revolution want.