This summer, the Office of Attorney General (OAG) launched its High School Advisory Council (HSAC), a new program designed for youth to learn advocacy and policymaking and to inform OAG’s work.
OAG recently established a Civil Rights Section to enforce civil rights protections and address the spike in hate crimes in the District that have targeted the LGBTQ community, immigrants, and other vulnerable populations.
The Fourth of July is a time where family and friends gather to observe our nation’s independence with parties, parades, and fireworks—food and alcohol too.
Clerking for a Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) Justice is one of the most prestigious jobs a young lawyer can hope for out of law school. Each year thousands apply for the highly-competitive role, but only 36 are chosen.
If you feel like recently you’ve been getting more robocalls (a call that uses an automated dialer to deliver a pre-recorded message), you’re not alone.
Construction will soon begin on a $13 million traffic safety project near Mount Vernon Triangle after the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) secured a court win preventing a delay on the project
In 2015, AG Racine established the Right Direction Awards as an annual celebration to honor District youth who have overcome significant challenges and are positively affecting our community.
If you’re a former ITT Tech student in the District of Columbia, you may be eligible for automatic student loan debt forgiveness as part of a 44-state settlement announced today.
Over the next several weeks, our office is inviting District residents and the community to share their views about whether a federal judge should reduce Rayful Edmond’s sentence.
The “one ring” scam is when scammers call you from an international number, hang up after letting it ring once, and hope that you call them back so that you will be charged long distance fees.