William Kearon alleges the president has gone against the constitution by not asking Congress for permission to declare war.
President Barack Obama says the United States cannot be seen as shying away from battle against Ebola.
The Virginia Department of Elections says offices of the general registrars will be open the next two Saturdays.
Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell’s sentencing on nine public corruption convictions has been set for Feb. 20.
A proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot this Election Day has to do with tax exemptions for military spouses.
Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie made their final joint appearance Thursday, rehashing familiar talking points, focusing on Hampton Roads.
With less than two weeks left before election day, Christopher Newport University talked to young people about their choices in the race.
10 On Your Side investigates claims of bribery made by a Virginia Beach school board candidate.
Virginia Beach City Council voted Tuesday to send a new policy initiative regarding gun owners to the Virginia General Assembly.
A top N.C. Republican says he will back a bill protecting state officials who won’t issue same-sex marriage licenses or perform weddings.
A company that specializes in cloud-based data and document management is bringing 150 jobs to Virginia Beach.
Andrews Farming Inc. and ANDCO Logistics Inc. are planning to expand their operations in Carroll County, creating 51 jobs.
It’s Election Day and residents across Hampton Roads have begun to cast their ballots at the polls.
Richmond-based Agrivita Biogroup Inc. has secured a trade agreement to export animal feed additives to China.
A company that repairs railcars is planning to expand its operations in Charlotte County, creating 37 jobs.
Virginia voters in next month’s midterm elections will have to bring a photo ID to vote. Here are things voters need to know about the new r…
Voting rights groups are worried that Virginia’s new voter ID law will disenfranchise some Virginians in next month’s midterm elections.
Rob Wittman was first elected to serve the First Congressional District of Virginia, America’s First District, in December of 2007. He was r…