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Va. Senate hopeful Joe Morrissey has a paralyzed diaphragm — but he has bounced back from worse.
Parties have until Friday to propose special masters, until Sept. 18 to submit redrawn district boundaries.
The one-term Democratic senator is positioning himself as the best of both worlds: politically experienced but not a creature of Washington.
President Obama already has the votes he needs to prevent opponents from reversing parts of the deal.
The decision by Mark Herring clears a path to the nomination for Lt. Gov. Northam; the surprise move could allow the party to avoid a potentially bruising primary fight.
A utility giant’s years-long battle to put wind turbines on a mountain ridge meets stiff local opposition.
In their latest filing, her lawyers emphasized her limited educaiton and that she wasn’t a public official.
About one-third of justices across the country are women, data show.
Some wonder if the party can turn parliamentary victory into votes in November.
Sen. A. Donald McEachin used a surprise move that effectively extends Supreme Court Justice Jane Marum Roush’s term.
Gay rights makes brief appearance in judicial battle that was mostly focused on who gets to pick the justice.
Democrats and Republicans will battle over partisan redistricting and judicial appointments.
One GOP defection could keep Republicans from filling the seat but ultimately might not save the justice.
The feds argued Friday the former Va. governor should not remain free while taking his case to the high court.
Va. State Police are investigating the Sunday crash in which a Nissan caught fire.
The former governor argues that his case still raises “substantial” questions.
Former governor slams perceived snub of black jurist: “Some of us are not going to forget it.”
Long Bridge Park pool could be open to both communities; Chinquapin pool expansion could be stopped.
Across the country and especially in the key swing state, Democrats want to bring in new voters before 2016.
GOP lawmakers want legislative power to try to block President Obama’s new EPA rules.