The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the Nationwide Permit 12 (NWP) that applied to approximately 500 streams and wetlands to be crossed by the Mountain Valley Pipeline in southern West Virginia. The court wrote, “If any part of a project requires an individual permit, then the NWP does not apply and all portions of the project must be evaluated as part of the individual permit process." The sites must now be stabilized.
For a staircase that originally billed to be $65,000? A cost reduction to the much more reasonable price tag of $10,000 is a win for the taxpayer indeed.
By conforming Virginia tax law to the recently-altered federal law, Virginians should be able to file their state taxes without complications by next Wednesday.
As President Donald Trump is set to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Singapore, Congressman Scott Taylor says a deal that is good for America must be ratified by the Senate.
Theology matters because it recognizes that there is ultimity and universality.
On December 18, voters in the 24th House District will choose between Republican Rockbridge County Supervisor Ronnie Campbell and Democratic political activist Christian Worth.
US Justice Department is feverishly working towards a legal challenge that will enable the killing to continue.
Ware's endorsement solidifies a trifecta conservative endorsements that are surprising in some ways, but similar in many others.
Perhaps more directly, the NDAA authorizes the construction of more Virginia-class submarines, the replacement for the Los Angeles-class submarine.
Cox's call for gubernatorial candidates to respond clearly on this issue seems to have fallen on deaf ears amongst Democrats hungry for union support.