A group of pro-life Republicans in the House gathered Wednesday to ask the question: Why are Democrats fighting so hard to stop born infants from getting medical care?
The end of Virginia’s legislative session last week brings to the fore a closely watched campaign season, with control of both chambers of the legislature in contention.
Former Vice President Al Gore and NAACP board member Rev. William Barber II are uniting to save Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam by getting him to embrace a more liberal agenda on the environment.
Two staffers for Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax resigned in the midst of a series of scandals afflicting the state’s political leaders, including two accusations of sexual assault against Fairfax himself.
Rep. Al Green (D., Texas) vowed Thursday to force a vote to impeach President Donald Trump, pointing to the racial controversies that have embroiled Virginia’s Democratic leaders to argue Congress needs to fight bigotry “starting at the top.”
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams wouldn’t call on the embattled trio of Virginia Democrats to resign in an interview Thursday, saying they should take “responsibility for their decisions.”