Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Washington Post
Past:
  • chicagotribune.com
  • The Independent
  • The Boston Globe

Recent articles by Justin:

An around-the-clock virtual protest lifts voices of those unable to take to the streets

Public Public Address founders hope the outlet offers an opportunity to protest for a group that’s been accustomed to sitting out. → Read More

St. Elizabeths has increased usage of restraints on patients, report says

The public psychiatric facility restrained patients 149 times over three months this year, patient advocates said. → Read More

Metro trains bypassing Gallery Place in downtown D.C. after person fatally struck by train

No further information about the incident was immediately available. → Read More

Voting is a challenge for the homeless. Advocates are trying to make it easier.

When you’re unhoused, an advocate said, “voting is not high on your list of priorities.” → Read More

Metro service restored on Orange, Blue and Silver lines in Arlington

Service had been suspended because of smoke in a tunnel. → Read More

Arlington National Cemetery to reopen to the public on Wednesday

The cemetery has been closed to most visitors during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

How a D.C. sex worker became the face of a city report on drug treatment failures

Alice Carter’s story was detailed in a case study that accompanied a city auditor’s report. → Read More

Fourth man charged in fatal Independence Day shooting of 11-year-old in D.C.

Davon McNeal died after men opened fire in the street. → Read More

D.C. mayor orders insurers to cover coronavirus testing for residents at high risk

The order requires insurers to cover testing once per week at no cost. → Read More

A teenager was drowning. 911 sent help to the wrong place.

The rescue effort was beset by confusion as 911 centers in Maryland and Virginia answered calls from people trying to get help for Fitz Thomas. The 16-year-old died. → Read More

Rise in fatal drug overdoses in D.C. region likely tied to pandemic, officials say

D.C. recently recorded its largest monthly number of opioid overdoses in five years. → Read More

Police took man’s bag at Black Lives Matter Plaza, leaving him homeless, lawsuit says

Authorities forced “a man trying to get onto his feet back onto his knees,” the suit alleges. → Read More

Md. woman charged with murder after man stabbed during argument

The victim and alleged assailant were in a relationship, according to police. → Read More

Maryland county votes to keep statue honoring Confederate soldiers

The “Talbot Boys” memorial has stood since 1916 on the lawn of the Talbot County Courthouse. → Read More

For a D.C. park to be reborn, 63 trees must die before others take their place

Arboreal devastation at the park in downtown D.C. will pay off when finished, officials said. → Read More

D.C. residents to vote on decriminalization of ‘magic mushrooms’ on November ballot

The ballot initiative goes forward after supporters gathered more than 25,000 signatures during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Norton, Raskin will offer bill to remove name of racist senator from Chevy Chase fountain

“There is simply nothing to teach here by preserving his name,” Norton said. → Read More

Pedestrian dead after being struck by 2 vehicles in Prince George’s County

The incident took place on Indian Head Highway. → Read More

Students can safely return to college if tested for coronavirus every two days, study says

The study came as many universities have opted to go online-only in the fall. → Read More

D.C. neighborhood votes to remove plaque honoring white supremacist senator

The fountain, in Chevy Chase, honors a U.S. senator who wanted to take voting rights from Black Americans. → Read More