A three-judge panel in Michigan has ruled that chalking a tire is a Fourth Amendment search, explaining further that it does not constitute a reasonable search.
The Virginia Elections Board has revised ballots, making clear instructions on voting and created a better process for addressing political ad complaints.
As I enjoy consecutive days of subzero temperatures and windchills in the Northeastern United States, I am reminded of the continuing debate over the...
Primary season brings out some interesting ideas, especially at the national level. Things like “Medicare for All,” “Forgive all student loans,” “Flat taxes for everyone,” and “Let...
Roadway safety decreases significantly as drivers deviate from the prevailing speed, and speed limits are increased to help decrease unsafe speed variations among the fastest and slowest drivers.
It is no small wonder why the Russian government would not unleash every inch of its disinformation machine against the project.
Apart from refusing contributions from Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax, neither Governor Ralph Northam, nor Attorney General Mark Herring, both of whom admitted to wearing blackface years ago, have sought to sponsor a table at the fundraising event, showing that scandals still engulf Virginia Democrats.
Although hunters can't bag and tag the growing elk population in Southwest Virginia just yet, residents can now purchase short-term trip hunting licenses that were only provided to non-residents.
Fred Malek was not a household name; his virtues were undoubtedly American ones.
The BLACK PAC mailer went out to about 60,000 Virginia households -- but does anyone notice who is... missing?