With time running short, Republicans and Democrats agreed Tuesday on a $1.1 trillion spending bill to avoid a government shutdown.
The latest count gives the GOP a 246-188 majority. One race, in Arizona, is still outstanding.
The memorial site at Capitol Square, just in front of the Patrick Henry Building, remembers 32 national guard soldiers and 870 public safety…
Obama is to announce Friday that he will nominate Carter as Hagel’s successor.
The State Board of Health voted Thursday to begin revising Virginia’s hotly debated abortion clinic regulations.
Christmas is always an over-the-top event at the White House. This month 65,000 guests are expected, 26 trees are decorated and 106 voluntee…
President Barack Obama plans to announce his pick to lead the Pentagon on Friday.
The most controversial regulation that took effect requires abortion clinics to meet the same strict building standards as new hospitals.
A Make-A-Wish Foundation recipient helped House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, light the tree Tuesday in Washington.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed an executive order that continues the Virginia CoastalZone Management Program.
An ethics panel is recommending Virginia lawmakers not be able accept free meals, trips and entertainment from lobbyists and others.
A judge has overturned one conviction against Maureen McDonnell, but affirmed others corruption verdicts against her and her husband.
U.S. Senator Mark Warner is urging the VA to consider geographical flexibility when determining who qualifies for the new Choice program.
A Virginia delegate is pushing legislation requiring the reporting of campus sexual assaults to the local Commonwealth’s Attorney.
Under the proposal, the possession of less than an ounce of marijuana would be decriminalized.