Police Identify Man Killed in Virginia Workplace Shooting
Authorities have identified a man who was fatally shot and three others who were wounded by a former co-worker at a rail car factory
Virginia Won't Oppose Overturning Convictions in '97 Slaying
The Virginia attorney general's office says it won't oppose overturning the rape and murder convictions of two former sailors
The Latest: Police ID Man Killed in Workplace Shooting
Police have identified the man shot and killed by a former co-worker at a rail car factory in Virginia
AP Fact Check: No 'Criminal Act' in Case of FBI Agent's Wife
An AP Fact Check finds Donald Trump off base in accusing Hillary Clinton of committing a "criminal act" by giving large contributions to a Virginia state Senate candidate whose husband helped oversee the FBI's investigation of Clinton's emails
The Latest: Neighbor Says Workplace Shooter Faced Harassment
A neighbor of the suspected shooter at a railcar manufacturing facility in Virginia says the man had been harassed by a co-worker
Jury Hears From 'Jackie' in Rolling Stone Trial
Jurors listened to a videotaped deposition from the woman known as "Jackie," whose alleged rape at a University of Virginia fraternity house was the focus of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article.
Virginia Rescinds Strict Building Codes for Abortion Clinics
Virginia's Board of Health has voted to scale back strict building codes and other rules governing the state's abortion clinics
Fifth place ranking image in the Nikon Small World 2016 photography contest is Dr. Igor Siwanowicz of Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) atJanelia Research Campus in Ashburn, Virginia for "Front ...
Fifth place ranking image in the Nikon Small World 2016 photography contest is Dr. Igor Siwanowicz of Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) atJanelia Research Campus in Ashburn, Virginia for "Front foot (tarsus) of a male diving beetle."
'Jackie' Says She Felt Pressure to Be in Rolling Stone Story
The woman whose harrowing account of being raped at the University of Virginia was the centerpiece of a now-discredited Rolling Stone magazine article says the story was what she believed "to be true at the time."