Raising a family in the military can cause a great amount of stress for parents who have limited access to child care. Due to this, former Navy SEAL, Congressman Scott Taylor, has introduced an amendment to the FY 2019 Defense Appropriations Bill to help families in the service.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's investigation into the Hillary Clinton email scandal as unearthed some rather shocking correspondence from inside the FBI.
After losing every single electoral legal challenge from 2017, the Virginia House Democratic Caucus has now launched a fundraising pitch to recoup over $1 million.
A new study shows that Millennials are increasingly moving out of their parents' house, all due to booming economic growth nationwide.
It seems that Governor Ralph Northam, the folksy pediatrician from the Eastern Shore, has joined in on the widespread seditious sentiment that plagues the U.S. by calling back Notional Guard troops from the southern border.
Following the move to distance itself from its Confederate past, the Richmond School Board voted 6-1 to rename J.E.B. Stuart Elementary, not after a local civil rights hero, but President Barack Obama.
With both political parties energized for November turnout, the balance of power in Congress will depend upon hard work and grassroots mobility to turnout voters. For Garren Shipley, Virginia Communications Director for the RNC, "Nobody is going to out work us."
Virginia lawmakers are hoping that if there is sufficient market demand for succulent snakehead fish, which is now going for approximately $6 per pound, the aggressive invasive species will be kept in check.
Virginia's jobless rate is now at its lowest since October 2007, with the May numbers showing 3.2 percent unemployment, marking the best month following the national economic recession.
Virginia's Department of Environmental Quality was victim to a cyberattack in May, with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency unable to determine the origin.