With less than a week left until the Virginia Supreme Court takes up the legal challenge to Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s executive action that gave 206,000 felons their voting rights, damning revelations about the people who had their rights restored and the nature in which the action was carried out continue to pile up.
Virginia fell $266.3 million short on it of its revenue forecast this year, which will force Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe to defer promised raises for state employees and state supported local employees.
A Virginia man was arrested and charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to the Islamic State on Friday after photographing government landmarks to encourage lone wolf attacks in Washington, D.C., and the surrounding area.
Judicial Watch, a right-leaning government watchdog group, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe over his actions of restoring the voting rights of hundreds of thousands of felons in the state.
A conservative watchdog group filed a lawsuit Thursday against Virginia Democratic House candidate LuAnn Bennett, charging that the real estate agent evaded D.C. taxes over the past several years.
Hillary Clinton met with the Chinese businessman at the forefront of the federal investigation into Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe at her Washington, D.C. home during a 2013 fundraiser, according to a Time report.
Virginia Republicans sued Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe Monday in an attempt to block his executive order that would restore the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons in the state.
The gun ban instituted in certain government buildings by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) last October does not make gun carry in those locations illegal, the state government clarified.