It’s a question that’s been on the minds of voters since Tuesday’s election results.
Anti-Trump protests in Miami; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Dallas; and Louisville, Kentucky, are expected this week.
Thursday was the fourth day of the public corruption trial of Norfolk City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot.
Unofficial election results show at least 68 percent of registered Virginia voters cast a ballot in Tuesday’s presidential race.
Police cited a man for disorderly conduct over his celebration of Donald J. Trump’s presidential victory.
The move broke from protocol intended to ensure that the public has a watchful eye on the nation’s leader.
Donald Trump is scheduled to go on trial this month in a class-action lawsuit against him and his now-defunct Trump University.
People around the world sought professional help to deal with their concerns the day after Trump was elected.
Many social media users are tired of election-related posts because so many of them are downright hateful.
The event was moderated by former Norfolk City Councilwoman Nicole Carry and featured an open panel discussion.
At least publicly, the two men appeared to put aside their animosity.
All eight candidates endorsed by a political action committee won their respective races on Election Day.
A Hillary Clinton victory would have given a giant boost to top Democrats in Virginia.
In the 3rd District, Democratic Rep. Bobby Scott defeated Republican M.L. “Marty” Williams, a retired Chesapeake police officer.
Campaign divisions appeared to widen as many thousands of demonstrators — some with signs with messages declaring “NOT MY PRESIDENT” — flood…