The embittered gunman who shot dead two young American journalists on live TV was seemingly hell-bent on committing more violence before he took his own life, Virginia's governor said Friday. Terry McAuliffe visited the studios of WDBJ...Show More Summary
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe on Friday vowed to press for gun control reforms following the deaths of two television journalists by a former station employee in an on-air shooting. The pledge by McAuliffe, a Democrat, came as more details emerged about the Wednesday shooting of the journalists...
Terry McAuliffe rushed to the WDBJ studios in Roanoke today to continue his push to use the Roanoke shooting tragedy as leverage to grab people's guns. Most of McAuliffe's time was spent arguing that mandatory background checks are needed. Show More Summary
Gov. Terry McAuliffe promised to introduce gun-control legislation. McAuliffe spoke two days after a gunman killed two journalists during a live broadcast.
Speaking of President Obama's economic record, Terry McAuliffe, who was chairman of Mrs. Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, stated, "I think they need to do a much better job of explaining their successes. I don't get it." In fact, he called on President Obama to "market his policies better." President Obama is a self-effacing man. Show More Summary
Somehow, liberals like Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe are missing the main issue in the latest black-on-white race-motivated shooting.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) renewed calls for tougher gun laws after two journalists with Roanoke, Virginia-based news station WDBJ were shot dead Wednesday during a live broadcast. McAuliffe re-upped his support for background...Show More Summary
The man who shot and killed a reporter and cameraman on live television this morning is believed to be a former employee of WDBJ in Virginia. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe stated in a press conference that police have the man's name...Show More Summary
Terry McAuliffe: "You don't like my judge? Fine—no redistricting for you!" Leading Off: • VA Redistricting: That was definitely one short special session. Virginia lawmakers had been called back to the state capitol on Monday to hammer...Show More Summary
Gov. Terry McAuliffe encouraged Virginians to get ready for hurricane season and provided an update on the commonwealth’s preparations Friday at a press conference
Terry McAuliffe, Virginia’s gregarious Democratic governor, has really stuck it to Larry Hogan, his Republican counterpart in Maryland, by noting that “Maryland” crabs are really “Virginia” crabs because they are natives of waters that are part of “The Mother of Presidents.” As a proud resident of Virginia, I am glad that the state’s super-salesman has […]
Gov. Terry McAuliffe sought to end state’s practice of issuing plates after church shooting in South Carolina.
Maryland residents are getting defensive in response to comments made by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, claiming that the Maryland's beloved blue crabs should be called "Virginia crabs" since they are born in his state.
WaPo: Republican leaders of Virginia General Assembly on Tuesday rebuffed an effort by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to strike a deal on the state’s congressional elections map before a court-imposed deadline. … Continue reading ?
In Virginia, Republican Chairman John Whitbeck is urging pro-abortion Governor Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring to investigate the state’s Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in light of the three videos showing their executives negotiating the sale of fetal body parts collected from abortions. Show More Summary
Virginia for the Win is a series examining Virginia’s crucial role in the 2016 presidential race. Does Hillary Clinton have a serious 2016 image problem? At a comparable stage in the 2000 presidential election cycle, the polls said George W. Bush would beat Al Gore in a landslide. On Election Day, roughly a year and […]
The Democratic front-runner for president may need the Virginia governor's help.
The Virginia governor stops short of formally calling a special session.
RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday that he will order legislators back to Richmond in August for a special session — unless a federal judge grants a Republican request for more time to redraw Virginia’s congressional map.Read full article >>
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) addressed questions about Metro on Tuesday morning, ahead of an afternoon meeting with U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D).Read full article >>