In 2018, 0 hate crimes were reported in the District.
Only 0 were charged as hate crimes.
A Post analysis of police and court records

Hate crime reports have soared in the District. Prosecutions have plummeted.

The number of crimes investigated by D.C. police as bias-motivated reached an all-time high of 204 last year. But a Washington Post analysis of 200,000 police and court records found that hate-crime prosecutions and convictions are at their lowest point in at least a decade.
Gay friends leaving a bar.
A Muslim veteran driving to work.
A girl, 12, walking home from school.

Most victims never see justice

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U.S. deficit to expand by about $800 billion more than previously expected over 10 years, CBO says

A two-year budget deal struck between lawmakers and the White House will help push the nation into levels of debt unseen since the end of World War II, the Congressional Budget Office said.

In Denmark, surprise and fury after Trump cancels visit over Greenland

Some lawmakers slammed the president for canceling the trip after Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen refused to entertain the sale of the island.
Mark Sanford, a former congressman and ex-governor of South Carolina, speaks at OZY Fest in New York. (AP)
Mark Sanford, a former congressman and ex-governor of South Carolina, speaks at OZY Fest in New York. (AP)
Sen. Jeff Flake listens to Trump at a White House meeting in 2017. (Jabin Botsford/Post)
Sen. Jeff Flake listens to Trump at a White House meeting in 2017. (Jabin Botsford/Post)
Former Gov. John Kasich speaks in front of Dayton, Ohio, shooting scene. (Reuters)
Former Gov. John Kasich speaks in front of Dayton, Ohio, shooting scene. (Reuters)
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Trump critics eye GOP primary race, even if defeating him seems ‘preposterous’

Joe Walsh and Mark Sanford are leaning toward a presidential bid, while Jeff Flake is taking recruitment calls and John Kasich plans a visit to New Hampshire.
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The administration plans to eliminate a 20-day cap for holding migrant children and create a licensing regime that would make it easier for federal officials to expand family detention nationwide.
In morning tweets, the president shared praise from a conservative radio host who has been leading a movement to convince Jews to leave the Democratic Party.
The March for Our Lives “Peace Plan” — announced in the wake of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio — calls for a gun registry, an assault weapons ban and mandatory buybacks.

Some of America’s top zoos still use bullhooks on elephants. That’s about to change.

Animal advocacy groups praised the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' decision to phase out the use of “horrible, outdated” rods with metal hooks.
(Jean Chung for The Post)
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How K-pop is luring young North Koreans to cross the line

David Bowie and the Beatles may have helped topple the Berlin Wall. Now South Korean and Western pop may be undermining the Pyongyang regime.
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The dog is one of the world’s most destructive mammals. Brazil proves it.

They’re invading nature reserves and parks, hunting in packs and threatening endangered species. And the problem is global.
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