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  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Editorials from around Pennsylvania: ___ LET'S MOVE THE PRIMARY, June 11 Although the first presidential primary election is still about six months away, interest in the races is starting to build. On the Republican ticket, it seems like new...
  • Here comes Trump; will Republicans embrace an outsider?

    WASHINGTON Donald Trump's dream of the White House is built on the belief that America will turn to a can-do outsider, particularly a successful business tycoon, to fix the mess that is Washington. It's likely just a dream. Voters enjoy candidates...
  • Looking for spiritual growth? | New releases by Hampton Roads authors

    Looking for spiritual growth? | New releases by Hampton Roads authors
    Each month we run a roundup of new (or nearly new) releases by local authors. Judging by the abundance of titles in the spiritual/relationship growth category this month, fiction and nonfiction, it seems our authors have a lot on their minds. Maybe you do...
  • Feedback 6/14: About Hermione, history error and military coverage

    •Jerry, Hampton: I just want to say to you all, I appreciate all the coverage of the ship up in Yorktown — the beautiful pictures from different angles and in the water sailing. You gave fantastic coverage and I thank you so very much. &#...
  • What candidate -- Democrat or Republican -- can be a commanding commander in chief?

    What candidate -- Democrat or Republican -- can be a commanding commander in chief?
    Sixty-three years ago, the country turned to a military hero, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, to extract it from the Korean War. Now, with bogged-down wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and Syria, the circumstance might suggest the time is ripe for another such...
  • Kirk's re-election bid complicated by controversial statements

    Kirk's re-election bid complicated by controversial statements
    Sen. Mark Kirk's reference Thursday to an unmarried Senate colleague and presidential candidate as a "bro with no ho" is the latest in a string of controversial remarks that figure to make an already challenging 2016 re-election bid even more difficult....
  • A special rendezvous with history: Hermione heading to Annapolis for two-day celebration

    A special rendezvous with history: Hermione heading to Annapolis for two-day celebration
    Jean-Louis Evennou said he has been trying to bring, bit by bit, his French roots to Annapolis for the last 30 years as the head chef and owner of the French restaurant Café Normandie. And now another piece of those roots is set to arrive in the state...
  • Obama challenges the Nationals' Racing Presidents during photo shoot

    Obama challenges the Nationals' Racing Presidents during photo shoot
    President Obama took time out of his schedule Thursday night to attend the annual congressional baseball game between Democrats and Republicans at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. Obama, on hand primarily to schmooze with congressional leaders, took a...
  • Brisk plot propels Meltzer's historical thriller

    Brisk plot propels Meltzer's historical thriller
    'The President's Shadow' By Brad Meltzer. Grand Central Publishing, 416 pages, $28 History always has been a driving force of Brad Meltzer's work, from the two History Channel series he hosts, to his children's books and now in "The President's Shadow,"...
  • Williamsburg Distillery to start gin, rum and bourbon production

    Williamsburg Distillery to start gin, rum and bourbon production
    A colonial-themed craft distillery — where costumed characters would greet visitors — plans to begin production of gin, rum and bourbon whiskey this summer. Williamsburg Distillery could have Jamestown Gin and Yorktown Rum ready after some...
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know?
    The Fourth of July has been a federal holiday since 1941. Though that may seem like a long time for the country to wait to celebrate the independence it declared in 1776, the tradition of the Fourth of July, often referred to as Independence Day, dates...