Fifth District candidate RD Huffstetler is calling for an independent commission to investigate President Trump and his ties to Russia.
Chris Graham talks about his pending endorsement in the 2017 Democratic Party governor’s race, Trump and Russia, and VMI baseball.
Is there more to the investigation into Russia’s efforts to influence the 2016 election than what meets the eye? Mark Warner seems to think so.
In case you hadn’t made the connection that the Syria airstrikes mean the Trump team isn’t in league with Russia, Eric Trump laid it all out.
When did Tim Kaine have an inkling that something funny was going on in the 2016 election?
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner offers remarks at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections.
The resignation of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn leaves many wondering what the future holds for U.S.-Russia relations.
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner issued a statement on the Obama administration’s announcement that it will impose additional sanctions on Russia.
Congressman J. Randy Forbes released the following statement on Russian aircraft provocations against the USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is banking his campaign on selling himself as the national security guy.
Virginia Commonwealth University professor George Munro, Ph.D., has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant – his third – to travel to Russia to study the history of a small mining town that was once populated primarily by Soviet Union exiles.
On Friday, March 20th, I spoke at the University of the District of Columbia Law School in Washington, D.C., as part of a series of teach-ins about peace organized by SpringRising.org. While there, a young man in a suit with a Russian accent approached me.
Much of the news coming out of Russia is focused on its capital, Moscow. The University of Virginia is hosting an international conference later this month that will look beyond the center of power to Russia’s vast regions.
In remarks on the Senate floor today, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine reiterated his opposition to legislation that would mandate approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
You hear the words War and Peace, and you’re likely to think: long, too long. The classic Russian novel, by Leo Tolstoy, is long, at 1,500 pages, divided into 365 chapters.
Talk about something that was long overdue. The U.S. and Cuba are finally, after 53 years, taking steps to normalize relations.
What began as a small family effort for one Virginia Tech student has now grown into a multi-campus outreach program.
One of the gravest global threats that we as a nation face is the prospect of Iran gaining the capability to produce a nuclear weapon.
U.S. agricultural exports, including those from Virginia, are at an all-time high. The USDA recently announced that agricultural exports for 2014 totaled $152.5 billion, topping last year’s record $141 billion.
Bitcoin (BTC) is about to experience attrition. This means that some merchants who currently accept the cryptocurrency will change course, and stop taking payments in BTC.
Andrei Illarionov, former economic policy advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin, will speak at Washington and Lee University on Monday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in Northen Auditorium.