Once again, we have turned our Richmond public schoolchildren and their parents into beggars.
We are living in dangerous times. The bigots in the White House have launched a federal Justice Department study of anti-white bias in college admissions. The New York Times reported Tuesday that the Trump administration plans to redirect the civil ...
The Free Press has long been a champion of free speech. But there are instances in which we don’t like the words being used.
We don’t know where to begin this week with the crazy that has taken place in Washington.
Republican efforts to dismantle health care in this nation are not over, despite the setback handed to the GOP leadership earlier this week. On Monday, a handful of their own U.S. Senate colleagues refused to go along with a vote ...
We are still filled with pride and exuberance from the Maggie L. Walker statue dedication last Saturday in Downtown. There was a gloriousness about the day that Richmond rarely sees.
We are tired of President Trump and his lies. And we are particularly aggravated by his hubris and deceit when it comes to his connections with Russia and his collusion with the Kremlin to win the November 2016 presidential election.
We refuse to be intimidated by the Ku Klux Klan and its plan to hold a rally this Saturday in Charlottesville.
There’s a heaping measure of ridiculousness in Mayor Levar M. Stoney’s appointment of a Monument Avenue Commission to put the statues along the street in context.
The pressure of adversity is the most powerful sustainer of accountability, so it has been said. And the Richmond School Board certainly is feeling the pressure.
Move over, C.T. There’s a new sheriff in town.
The votes are in from Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican primaries.
Monday, June 12, is the 50th anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned laws banning interracial marriage in the United States.
We urge our readers to tune into their TVs, radios, tablets and/or mobile devices at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 8, to hear former FBI Director James Comey testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee about President Trump’s conduct in connection with ...
If you want to have a say in which candidates are on the November ballot, get ready to vote. Polls across Virginia will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, for voters to make their choices ...