Wexton First Democrat to Win VA10 in 40 Years
Virginia’s 10th Congressional District goes blue for the first time in 40 years
2018 to be Another “Year of the Woman” — With One Caveat
The surge of women entering politics “is really just a phenomenon on the political left and in the Democratic party.”
Is Your Midterm Vote Safe?
State officials seem to think so, even though Congress has yet to add protections.
Experts Say Trump Executive Order Not Enough to Sanction Russia
“It strikes me as more of a press release than a change of policy,” said a former Treasury official
Yale Law Students Join Kavanaugh Protests
Hundreds in Yale blue-and-white are on the steps of the Supreme Court
Urban Development Threatens Area Farms
Farmers say they’re being pushed off of land their families have worked for generations
Trump Supporters Disavow White Nationalism Ahead of Midterms
Conspiracy theories still abound, though
New Smart Transportation Calls for Federal Regulation
Self-driving cars are on the way. Experts say Congress must act quickly.
“Unite the Right 2” Through the Eyes of a Young Protester
Abel, a young D.C. resident with immigrant roots, is finding his political footing during a tumultuous era. Shot and edited by Kip Dooley and Mark Olalde.
D.C. Activists Demand Mayoral Response to ICE Raids
ICE claims public safety. Protesters claim anti-immigrant agenda.