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Speaker Kirk Cox Attends White House Signing Ceremony For VA Reforms

Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights) was invited to the White House to join President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for the signing of the VA Mission Act.

Progressive Democrats Rage Against Republican Workfare Reforms

If the Democrats are screaming bloody murder over it, there's merit in the deal. 

Pelosi Bashes Schumer For Agreement That Re-Opens Government

Pelosi bashes Schumer for bargaining with the Republican leadership to end the government shutdown this afternoon. All Virginia Democrats voted "no."

White House Courting Democrat Jim Webb For Defense Secretary

Webb, a Reagan-era Navy secretary and former Democratic Virginia senator, would be the second presidential hopeful from the Commonwealth to join the Trump Administration. 

Democrat Elaine Luria Voted For Scott Taylor Not Once, But Twice

VA-2 Democrat Elaine Luria voted Republican in 2016. But, it's been revealed she actually did twice - both times for Scott Taylor, who she's challenging.

Governor Northam Gaslights Again, Now Questions Whether He Was In Racist Photo

Governor Northam now says he does not believe it was him in the racist photo, even after confirming it was Friday night. 

Barbara Comstock Says President H. W. Bush Was ‘Courageous’ With ‘Deep Patriotism’ In Her...

"From serving as the youngest WWII pilot, a Member of Congress, Ambassador to the U.N., Ambassador to China, CIA Director, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Vice President, and President," Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (VA-10) said President George H. W. Bush "always served with distinction."

Happy Lee-Jackson-King Day?

For those of you new to Virginia, you may have come across this... oddity.

Catholic Diocese of Richmond Gets New Bishop

Auxiliary Bishop Barry Knestout from the Archdiocese of Washington has been appointed Bishop of Richmond by the Holy See.

Facebook-Driven Privacy Legislation Top Priority After Zuckerberg Hearing

After the Zuckerberg hearing, Congress is now looking at further privacy legislation to regulate Facebook practices with all roads leading to the FTC.