Ah, Labor Day, the last unofficial weekend of summer, the return of pumpkin spice latte and start of the sprint to the presidential campaign f…
Since businessman Donald Trump glided down the escalator at Trump Tower to announce his candidacy for president in June 2015, he has stoked fear.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made history Tuesday when he picked Sen. Kamala Harris, of California, as his running ma…
Near a neighborhood park in Alexandria, a yard sign reads: “Don’t be Stupid. Make America Healthy Again. Wear a Facemask!”
Of all the momentous issues with which the founding fathers had to grapple, one of the most perplexing was ice.
The old adage about voting “early and often” may be half true this Election Day.
When it comes to managing schools, Thomas Jefferson had it right when he said: “The government closest to the people serves the people best.”
The police killing of George Floyd and worldwide Black Lives Matter protests raise many questions. Chief among them, what can anyone do?
Twenty years into the 21st century, it finally dawned on major American corporations they could no longer use mascots of black servitude to se…
In a week of peaceful protests, violent riots and widespread looting, the removal Tuesday of a Confederate monument in Alexandria may seem alm…
As the COVID-19 death toll neared and surpassed 100,000, President Donald Trump used his Twitter pulpit to sow fear, distrust and discord.
An inspector general investigates wrongdoing by the head of a federal department who’s also a staunch presidential ally.
It’s the least we can do.
‘We’re all in this together.”
I wasn’t going to write about Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and his tuna melt.
Until now, masks were something other people wore.