In the window of the Red Hen Restaurant in Lexington, Va., the words of Martin Luther King Jr. are framed: "Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend."
Senate Republicans are racing to confirm as many federal judges as they can before November's midterm elections when control of the Senate could flip to Democrats.
As part of its all-out effort to rein in the welfare state, the Trump Administration is requiring all federal agencies to submit plans for revising welfare programs over the next 90 days.
At a small farm in Rockville, located in Hanover County in the central part of Virginia, a customer peruses the fare of grass-fed beef, poultry and eggs and asks the young proprietor, C.J. Isbell: "Is this pasture raised?"
Douglas Coleman is a soybean farmer who tends 5,000 acres in 10 different counties in Virginia.
Rumors of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s potential retirement have reignited after Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller addressed a closed-door meeting of a legal society in Las Vegas on Friday.
How do you make schools safer? One company's key: sparing no expense.
A growing number of gun manufacturers are leaving states like New York and California, which have unleashed a wave of strict gun control laws the past few years.
Most humans cannot fathom — or choose not to fathom — the depths of depravity that would allow a young man to shoot up a school filled with children.
As President Trump boarded Air Force One to the Republican retreat in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia Thursday morning, by his side was Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, a man who has outlasted predictions of his imminent demise.
More than eight months since President Trump signed an executive order instructing agencies to expand religious liberty under federal law, his administration on Thursday delivered some results.
A Georgia nuclear plant has scored a long-awaited approval.
The heroic actions of a church usher, who pulled his gun on the shooter, raised questions about whether guns and right to carry laws equal less crime.
Critics argue that civil asset forfeiture program's abuses outweigh its benefits.
The beginning of September inevitably brings a wave of Congressional retirements, especially in non-election years, as members return from their August recess to a thankless helping of gridlock, unrelenting criticism, and public approval ratings of 15.8 percent, according to the latest Real Clear Politics average of polls.
In a political year that has blown up conventional wisdom, the special election to fill the Alabama Senate seat vacated by Sen. Jeff Sessions’ confirmation to Attorney General, may further upend the status quo.
Even without the pressing needs of Hurricane Harvey, the budget, the debt ceiling, and tax reform, Congress already had its hands full this month with the nagging reality of Obamacare.
Twelve years after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, New Orleans has never fully recovered.
Jury selection gets under way next Tuesday in the bribery trial of New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez. It sets in motion a swirl of speculation about a shift in the balance of Senate power.
Jason Kessler graduated from the University of Virginia, voted for Obama in 2008, and once attended an Occupy Wall Street rally in Charlottesville.