Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post

Justin Wm. Moyer

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Justin:

A survey was meant to help the homeless. Some say it hurts Black people.

“Some nights I stay awake and think its catastrophic,” said the co-inventor of the VI-SPDAT survey. “As much as I tried to put the genie back in the bottle, I couldn’t right the ship.” → Read More

No one told D.C. ‘Friends’ fans pandemic life was gonna be this way

“Friends” fans are spending $45 to see recreated sets from the sitcom at Metro Center. Have we lost the plot? → Read More

Amtrak, MARC trains resume after ‘trespasser incident’ in Maryland

Several Amtrak trains were stopped in Baltimore, Washington or New Carrollton. → Read More

Adams Morgan mourns a man who died homeless, steps from his childhood home

Miguel Gonzales couldn't survive in his own neighborhood after he lost his childhood home. → Read More

Man hospitalized after police shooting in Greenbelt

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

Two 20-year-old women die in Maryland crash

Giselle Hernandez and Joy Nija Naomi Brown died at the scene, police said. → Read More

Commission to honor America’s 250th birthday is ‘toxic,’ lawsuit says

Four female employees said they were “retaliated against, shunned, isolated, humiliated and undermined because of their activities as whistleblowers” at the America 250 Foundation and faced "a hostile work environment because of their gender.” → Read More

Number of homeless residents in D.C. lowest in 17 years, mayor says

The number of homeless declined by 14 percent, compared with a year earlier, the point-in-time count showed. → Read More

77-year-old Va. man injured in three-vehicle crash dies, police say

Authorities said a driver disregarded a red traffic signal. → Read More

D.C. officer who tried to stop chase ‘humiliated’ by boss, suit says

Capt. Steve Andelman said he tried to stop a police pursuit because the incident involved a theft and not a violent crime. He said his order was immediately overridden and resulted in a crash. → Read More

D.C. road closures for Cherry Blossom Parade and Sakura Matsuri festival

Several streets in downtown D.C. will be closed for the Japanese street festival this weekend and the Cherry Blossom Parade on Saturday. → Read More

D.C. men charged with conspiracy after alleged armed robberies

The men were "on a run," officials said. → Read More

To ‘gift’ marijuana, D.C. companies must sell something. This one sells motivational speeches.

Dreamy DC’s buyers “may have contacted them for the gift, but the true gift became the words,” one customer said. → Read More

He was supposed to be safe in a mental hospital. Police say a fellow patient killed him.

St. Elizabeths staff, checking patients’ rooms early on the morning of March 9, came upon a grisly scene. → Read More

D.C. bar that violated vaccine rules will get its liquor license back after paying fine

The bar, which raised nearly $58,000 in crowdfunding campaigns, will pay $4,000 in fines without admitting liability. → Read More

Va. woman charged with murder in fatal stabbing

Prince William County police said Christina Lanette Smith was stabbed by Rollanda Latavia Garrett after an argument. → Read More

He wanted to build his son a house. He didn’t let an old tree and D.C. law stop him.

A Va. commercial real estate manager who said he loves trees cut down an enormous poplar days before D.C. made it harder to. → Read More

Pedestrian dies in Virginia crash

He may have already been on the ground before being struck, police said. → Read More

D.C. park, trail will no longer honor official who advocated destroying Black residents’ homes

The National Park Service said it would remove Melvin Hazen’s name from a Northwest Washington park and trail. → Read More

Hundreds of gas leaks found in D.C. — some ‘potentially explosive,’ report says

The report by a coalition of environmental and religious groups concluded that a “gas distribution system across DC with zero leaks is impossible.” → Read More