President Obama's comments on the U.S role in Iraq have evolved over the years, up to his decision Thursday to renew military action.
Fear is creeping into stock and bonds markets around the world against a backdrop of escalating global turmoil.
The Obama administration ordered U.S. airlines not to fly over Iraq following the first U.S. airstrikes there Friday.
The spokesman for Iraq's human rights ministry says hundreds of women have been taken captive by militants from the Islamic State group.
The humanitarian crisis in norther Iraq is deepening as the U.S. carried out airstrikes against Islamic militants to blunt their assault.
The sounds of panic, fear and concern are all present on the 911 calls made when a tornado touched down on The Eastern Shore last month.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring filed a petition Friday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision that struck down the state…
Bond was revoked for Peter Olin Teneyck, according to Macie Pridgen with the Commonwealth's Attorney's office.
Police in Newport News are asking for help finding suspects wanted in connection with a Craigslist deal that ended with a crime.
A North Carolina man celebrated out-eating some police officers, only to find out that he couldn't outrun them.
Our live audience Friday was from Habitat for Humanity. They have teamed up with the Norfolk Tides to bring you a very special event.
When heading outdoors in the summer, it's important to take precautions from the sun and heat. We got some great advice on The Hampton Roads…
People lead busy lives often leaving little time to date, but that's where a professional matchmaker can help.