Potential juror after potential juror strode into the stately courtroom on Monday, their uncertain and inquisitive eyes glimpsing, most of them for the first time in person, the man they until six months ago called their governor.Read More →
At a time when American’s confidence in Congress and Washington in general is at historic lows, both Democratic Sen. Mark Warner and his Republican challenger Ed Gillespie will have to prove they’re not Washington men.Read More →
As Democratic Sen. Mark Warner and his Republican challenger Ed Gillespie face off on Saturday in the first U.S. Senate debate of the year at the luxurious, four-star Greenbrier Hotel and Resort nestled in the mountains of West Virginia, something will be missing. That is, something will be missing other than the average Virginians who can’t make it out to West Virginia for the debate run by and attended by lawyers of the Virginia Bar Association.Read More →
Gov. Terry McAuliffe has yet to respond to any questions as to how he’ll address the border crisis that’s affecting Virginia. He has too many things on his plate.Read More →
I knew it was going to be a long day waiting outside Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s office. So, making sure I had plenty of protein bars and water, I arrived at the lobby on the floor of the governor’s office in the Patrick Henry Building at 7:55 a.m. on Monday, intent on waiting until I had some response from the governor’s press team on the governor’s plans for unaccompanied, undocumented minors in Virginia.Read More →
By Kathryn Watson | Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau
SPRINGFIELD, Va. — Overlooking the cars just outside the nation’s capital from above Route 617 in Springfield, Virginians plan to protest on Friday over the federal government’s handling of the border crisis.
It is one of many protests planned this weekend by people upset over the border surge.
But just four miles [...]