More than 100 pro-life activists rallied Tuesday outside an abortion clinic that opened its doors this week in Bethesda, reigniting a seven-year war to drive one of the nation’s most notorious late-term abortionists out of Maryland.
An already disturbing case about a 17-year-old Muslim girl killed as she walked to her mosque took another unsettling turn after an indictment alleged the victim was raped as well.
Maryland officials appear to have begun to circle the wagons in defending Hillary Clinton’s lawyers, according to the lawyer trying to get them punished by the state bar.
A federal judge who’d ruled President Trump’s previous travel ban illegal seemed more sympathetic to the latest version in a hearing Monday, casting doubt on whether the president’s opponents can continue to use his campaign rhetoric about Muslims to besmirch everything he does at this point.
The chorus of opposition to Confederate monuments has yet to strike a chord in southwestern Virginia, where the service of the “brave men and women” who fought and died for the Confederacy is enshrined in the statue of a soldier in the center of the city.
Our nation’s capital is overwhelmed by crises. An opioid crisis. A poor people’s crises. A gun violence crisis. An STD crisis. A food desert crisis.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ralph Northam and his Republican rival Ed Gillespie are pulling out a couple of the big guns Saturday, as they look to energize their respective coalitions less than a month out from Election Day.
D.C. officials said Wednesday that they are looking at ways to expand the city’s strict gun laws, hoping to recapture some of the ground lost after a federal appeals court struck down the city’s restrictions on issuing concealed-carry permits.
There are so many giveaways and takeaways being bandied about in the battle for Amazon’s HQ2, some of the highly competitive bidding wars are almost laughable.
Ed Gillespie said Wednesday that he will not allow sanctuary cities to be established in Virginia if he’s elected governor.
Looking to loosen the GOP’s grip on southwest Virginia, Democrats are betting that a baby-faced progressive from the Philadelphia suburbs can give the party something they haven’t had in years: a seat in the House of Delegates west of Roanoke.
It’s about to become easier for D.C. residents to obtain concealed-carry firearms permits — but researchers said Washingtonians will still have to face a set of city laws so complex and muddled that it may mean there is hardly any place they can safely carry their weapons.