Coal country, have we got a deal for you.
Warning: Disturbing stuff ahead.
President Biden and his press secretary, Jen Psaki, have assured us he is a “devout Catholic” who “attends church regularly.”
Glenn Youngkin, a recently retired private equity CEO with a sizable personal fortune, is running for the Republican nomination to become Virginia’s next governor.
Politicians are getting a coronavirus vaccine, but some say they should wait behind the health workers, the elderly and infirm. Plus, what the relief package may mean to you, and new expert answers to other virus questions.
It’s easy to miss, given how polarized our politics are, but there is a growing consensus around a very big issue: China.
Liam Gallagher called out UK politicians including Prime Minister Boris Johnson during his ‘Down By The River Thames’ livestream on Saturday (05.12.20).
“There used to be something called disgrace,” writer David Hare said. “Now, nothing follows. In the 21st century, doing bad things doesn’t have the effect that it used to have.”
Gillian Anderson set “very clear boundaries” whilst working with her partner, Peter Morgan, on the set of ‘The Crown’, to save their own "sanity".
With just over a week to go until Election Day, the stakes at Thursday night's debate could not have been higher. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in a more cordial debate, discussing a range of issues from the coronavirus pandemic to health care and the economy. We asked viewers around the country to send us their thoughts on the debate and tell us what impact, if any, it had on them. Here's what they said.
Regular readers of this space know there is one topic we write about more than any other — the economy in rural Virginia and in rural America …
HARRIS: "The president said it was a hoax.”
This longtime cast member, who left in 2009 but remains the show’s announcer, may have turned in more political impersonations than anyone in …
Though experienced in several fields, this election is Daniel Gade’s first foray into politics as a candidate. Though new to it — and campaigning in unprecedented times — the Republican candidate believes his education and experiences working under both Bush and Barack Obama’s administration, have given him the necessary skill.
I’ll confess: There was a time when I would have considered the question facing Republicans a no-brainer. Of course they should seize this opp…
Two weeks ago, a mountain lion killed two of my brother’s sheep, as if fire wasn’t enough to worry about.
When government forces businesses to close (even if it is for a pandemic), it’s a “taking” in the legal sense. And we can think about $3 trillion in federal bailout spending as “just compensation” to businesses and employees for that taking. Basically, we have decided to borrow from future generations in an attempt to stop a virus and save the economy.
Remarks as prepared for delivery according to a draft. This may not reflect the president's actual remarks word for word.