A new sheriff in town

Move over, C.T. There’s a new sheriff in town.

Get ready to rumble

The votes are in from Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican primaries.

Remembering the Lovings

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.

The end, we hope

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 ...

Vote on Tuesday, June 13

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 ...

Mosby Court S.O.S.

The killing in cold blood of Virginia State Police Special Agent Michael T. Walter on Friday evening in Richmond’s Mosby Court public housing community should give us all pause.

Memorial Day

In memory

Get ready to vote

On Tuesday, June 13, Virginia voters will go to the polls to choose a candidate to run on the Democratic or Republican tickets for governor and lieutenant governor.

Grave equity

We praise Gov. Terry McAuliffe for righting a longstanding disparity in the state that had Virginia taxpayer dollars going to support the maintenance of Confederate gravesites, while those of African-Americans from that era are ignored. On Wednesday, Gov. McAuliffe signed ...

Let the questions begin

The nation moved one step closer to learning the truth about President Trump and his connections to the Russians with the appointment Wednesday of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special prosecutor in the unfolding investigation. Truth, the whole truth ...

Democracy in action

Democracy: A government of, by and for the people.

A rat in Washington

We smell a rat in Washington, and it reeks worse than the swamp that President Trump says he wants to drain. In fact, the smell is emanating from the White House, where President Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James ...

Stay on it

What normally would seem like a simple stretch of time has been an exhausting eternity under the regime of President Donald Trump.

Better off without them

We believe Richmond should take a page from the playbooks of Charlottesville and New Orleans, cities that are on the path to removing Confederate statues from public property.

High hopes

We had high hopes for great improvement in Richmond Public Schools when Dr. Dana T. Bedden took over as superintendent in January 2014. He sounded the