An interracial couple got married on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on the 53rd anniversary of a ruling that paved the way for their marriage to be legal.Â Michele Davis and Barton Corbett Leatherwood wanted to exchange their vows on the anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia decision â€” the landmark case that legalized interracial marriage. â€œWeâ€™ve had…
Virginiaâ€™s regulators have extended a moratorium on service disconnections for utility customers through the end of August due to the coronavirus pandemic
Combination of length, comfort distinguished Friday in Washington.
Support is growing to remove a plaque from Maryland’s Capitol that honors the Civil War’s Union and Confederate soldiers from the state
Pence said he stayed at the White House during Trump’s controversial visit to St. John’s Church “out of an abundance of caution.”
Political conventions are full of pomp and circumstance and geared towards firing up voters, but this year will look dramatically different.
San Nicolas’ former campaign manager accuses his former boss of accepting improper political donations and having sex with a staff member.
When a group of federal judges from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a ruling of qualified immunity for a group of officers this week, they did so in a remarkable fashion. TheÂ judgesâ€™ opinion, published Wednesday in Richmond, Virginia, ended with a paragraph about the current state of our nation when it comes to police shootings of Black people….