WASHINGTON — Is President Bush going to attack Iran?
WASHINGTON — Sometimes you wonder what planet Vice President Dick Cheney is living on.
The U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has the distinction of being the oldest military base not situated on U.S. soil. It is also the only one located in a country with which we do not have an open political relationship.
WASHINGTON — President Bush picked Iraq as his preemptive battleground nearly four years ago and now is asking a war-weary country to give his military escalation a chance to work.
Less than four years into the Vietnam conflict, roughly 3,000 U.S. troops had been killed in action. Over the next eight years, 55,000 more American soldiers died and the conflict ended in defeat for our country.
It is time the gay movement took the religious right’s advice and created a gay agenda. The new Democratic Congress is about to triumphantly take the reins, offering a unique opportunity to pass legislation, but we must tread carefully to avoid repeating past mistakes.
WASHINGTON — The mid-term elections sounded the requiem for the group of neo-conservatives who helped design the disastrous U.S. invasion of Iraq.
THE 2ND ANNUAL Business Expo sponsored by the Greater Falls Church Chamber of Commerce Saturday featured U.S. Figure Skating star Derrick Delmore (shown above, right, with Dr. Raymond Solano) and exhibits of area businesses and civic groups, such as the effort spearheaded locally by Barbara Cram (below, left) to celebrate […]
On Election Eve, Senate Race is Neck-and-Neck Six months ago, no one would have predicted the race for the U.S. Senate in Virginia would be competitive. Republican incumbent George Allen seemed a shoe-in, more focused on a potential presidential election bid next year than this month’s election.
For Virginia U.S. Senate Democratic challenger Jim Webb, wearing Army boots on the campaign trail is only one way he connects to his proud military background that included a stint as Secretary of the Navy in the Reagan administration.