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Barbara Comstock Invites NOVA Students To The Congressional App Challenge

Chairwoman of the House Research and Technology subcommittee Barbara Comstock invites students in her district to participate in the Congressional App Challenge to promote the STEM fields.

A Rekindled North American Trade Relationship Coming Soon

August will be a critical month for NAFTA as the U.S. seeks a trilateral agreement for better trade practices.

Top Virginia Republicans Respond To Governor Northam’s Refundable EITC Proposal

Northam's plan to institute a refundable EITC after Virginia's massive tax collection suffers intense criticism from majority Republicans in the state legislature.

Environmental Attorneys Going After Federal Permits To Stop Pipeline Construction

The environmentalists are at it again - now working to be granted the judgement that halts construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline completely.

Believe It Or Not, Google Does Track Your Location, Even When The Setting Is...

Big brother tech is watching, even though people thought they could mask the all-seeing eye of Google.

Tax Reform Allows Huntington Ingalls To Give Bonuses To 40,000 Employees And Invest In...

A top executive from America's biggest shipbuilder explains how the federal tax overhaul has helped their employees, customers, shareholders, and communities.

Northam Proposes Middle Class Tax Hike To Pay For “Welfare Bonus”

How does Northam intend to pay for this welfare bonus?  By increasing taxes on middle class Virginians to the tune of $240 million.

Richmond’s Bus Rapid Transit System: Gentrification On Wheels

Without going on for a fortnight, Richmond's mass transit overhaul, the Bus Rapid Transit system, has a few interesting issues.

Political Ad Promoting Judge Kavanaugh Could Lead To Setting Dangerous Precedent

A political ad featuring a soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice has never been made. However, those in swing states got to see one for the first time ever.

Virginia Police To Begin End Of Summer Crackdown On Drunk Driving

Police all around Virginia are on a mission to keep suspected drunk and drugged drivers off the road as a new enforcement program begins Friday.