Black student sues governor after school suspended him for his hair
The family of Darryl George, a Black student suspended over his locs, argues in a lawsuit that Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) hasn’t enforced the Crown Act.washingtonpost.com
After Florida restricts Black history, churches step up to teach it
More than 260 houses of worship have signed onto the effort. “We don’t want to whitewash anything,” one organizer says. “We want to tell the truth.”washingtonpost.com
Ophelia causes widespread flooding as storm marches up East Coast
The tropical storm was almost at hurricane strength when it made landfall in N.C. Saturday. It then headed up the East Coast and will continue the track Sunday.washingtonpost.com
Egyptian presidential hopeful targeted by Predator spyware
Researchers say the attempted hack, using a rare “zero-day” exploit, was probably conducted by the Egyptian government.washingtonpost.com
She gave birth to 3 babies in 4 years. They all have the same birthday.
“Everyone kept telling us they’d never seen something like this happen before,” said Jeremy Turner, dad of 3 girls born on Sept. 3 in different years.washingtonpost.com
‘What does next look like?’ Inside the unfolding recovery of the Fetterman family.
Half a year after Sen. John Fetterman’s hospitalization for severe depression, his wife, Gisele, navigates her family between worry and acceptance.washingtonpost.com
Town closes roads to idyllic fall scene after tourists caused ‘nuisance’
Pomfret, Vt., has implemented road closures this year to keep tourists from clogging up the roads to Sleepy Hollow Farm, a popular fall photo destination.washingtonpost.com