It wasn’t supposed to be like this.
Hey, 2022, could we have a do-over?
The sun shone, the Potomac River reflected a cloudless blue sky and high in a tree were two majestic bald eagles.
As omicron tightens its grip, the mayor of Washington, D.C., Monday declared a state of emergency.
Time magazine picked Elon Musk as its 2021 Person of the Year — the individual “who most shaped the previous 12 months, for better or for worse.”
During a recent medical test, I noticed my face mask had slipped down.
A chilling headline in The New York Times read: “Michigan shooting the deadliest on U.S. school property this year.”
For the past half century, I have spent part of every holiday season at my parents’ home in Richmond.
Now more than ever, it’s the time to shop locally and buy American.
That was quick. Republican euphoria over Virginia’s election results and what they may portend for 2022 began to evaporate in less than a week.
As Democrats on Capitol Hill argue over what message voters sent in Tuesday’s earthquake election, it’s worth considering what voters and politicians in Virginia aren’t saying.
Americans are going out this Halloween. All out.
An “OFFICIAL BUSINESS” brown envelope from the United States Postal Inspection Service arrived in the mail the other day.
For months, progressives have hounded Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire.
If you have Monday off from work, thank 19th century American politics.
An acid attack when he was just 4 years old disfigured and blinded Joshua A. Miele for life.
In his memorable short story “The Things They Carried,” author Tim O’Brien tells about the things foot soldiers carried in Vietnam.
Even in the best of times, news is rarely uplifting.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott offered a bizarre defense of his state’s new, unconstitutional anti-abortion law.
The federal holiday honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. blends celebration, reflection and action.
This Labor Day weekend, my candidate for Worker of the Year is a professor who quit.
As bad as things look for President Joe Biden these days, Donald Trump may have it worse.
Images of the fall of Afghanistan and the resulting chaos as tens of thousands of Afghans desperately try to escape the Taliban have shaken many Americans. How, after 20 years of war, could this happen so quickly?
As if fires in the American West, floods in Europe and more intense storms everywhere weren’t enough of a wakeup call, a United Nations panel Monday issued a “code red” warning on global climate change.
In Dante’s “Inferno,” hypocrites are found deep in hell, forced to walk in circles while wearing gilded robes that appear dazzling but are heavy with lead.