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Democratic challenger to Marshall would be Va.’s first openly transgender lawmaker

Danica Roem is part of the largest slate of Democratic House candidates in recent memory in Virginia.

How a local Virginia Senate race figured in Comey’s testimony

According to the former FBI director, President Trump made a comment about failed state Senate candidate Jill McCabe’s husband, Andrew McCabe.

A transgender woman, a Sikh and 2 others vie to take on ultra conservative in Va.

Democrats pushing for more seats in state house field a diverse pool of candidates to compete against Republican Del. Robert G. Marshall

Why this Democratic candidate, who has an M.D., calls Trump a “narcissistic maniac”

Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam has made the charge a fixture of campaign ads, on the trail.

Alexandrians’ sewage bills will be going up and up in the next 10 years

City officials warn that sewer repairs will require at least $264 to $432 more per year from homeowners.

Long holiday weekend means cracking down on teen drinking in Fairfax parks

County police, addressing concerns over park safety, will patrol trails and recreation areas, with a focus on Scott’s Run Nature Preservere

Trump budget proposal spells more pain for D.C. region

Safety net cuts in full White House budget will compound cuts in federal workforce, housing aid and more, local officials say.

McAuliffe pardons old driving infraction of Salvadoran woman facing deportation

Virginia governor acknowledges that pardon may not help Liliana Cruz Mendez, says deportation efforts should target those who threaten public safety.

Va. homeowners sue Dominion over contaminated drinking wells

The two Dumfries plaintiffs claim health concerns from using wells containing toxic coal ash metals.

McAuliffe proposes statewide carbon cap

Virginia governor orders rules developed to lower power-plant pollution

Dominion letter shows why staying neutral on pipeline project could help Northam

State’s biggest utility wields clout not just with politicians - but also with thousands of voters

Comstock, increasingly critical of Trump, demands White House briefing on Russian meeting

Facing a tough re-election bid, Va. congresswoman has also called for independent investigation into Russian meddling into election

Alexandria prepares for a new waterfront park in Old Town

The creation of Fitzgerald Square will be one of the first signs that the long-awaited waterfront renovation is underway.

Va. Rep. Comstock said she ‘can’t defend or explain’ Trump’s firing of Comey

The FBI should continue to investigate Russian interference in the presidential election, the Northern Virginia congresswoman said.

Va. gubernatorial contender Northam calls for ban on corporate campaign giving

Why not start by giving back hundreds of thousands in corporate donations, retorts his opponent in Democratic primary.

Obamacare cost him a seat in Congress. Can it make him Governor of Virginia?

Former Rep. Tom Perriello — running against a doctor in the Democratic primary for Virginia governor — is banking on health care to turn out his voters

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