I can hardly wait for the first debate in the campaign for Virginia lieutenant governor. Will Republican candidate E.W. Jackson reaffirm a past position by accusing his Democratic opponent of representing the Antichrist?
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-8th, Ill.) visited American Legion Post 24 in Old Town Tuesday to discuss the Troop Talent Act, a bill designed to streamline the military-to-civilian
Alexandria Police Officer Peter Laboy was critically wounded on Feb. 27, and is recovering. His wife, Suzanne, spoke out today for the first time.
Flanked by Alexandria Police Chief Earl Cook and Alexandria Police Motor
Having been back in the western world for about six hours, I am immersed in the growing triumvirate of scandals that are threatening to engulf President Barack Obama's second term.
The three currently on the table are: Benghazi, the IRS targeting conservative taxpayers, and the Department
The Cold War is long over, but espionage is forever. Russian spies still operate in the U.S. and American ones in Russia. On Tuesday, Russia's security services said they had caught a U.S. diplomat who they claim