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Calls To Boycott Trump's Wines Haven't Seemed To Hurt Sales

Friday, March 03, 2017

Some opponents of President Trump's policies have been using social media to promote a boycott of Trump wines. But supporters have been urging people to buy. So far, it appears sales are strong.


Trump Winery Is Seeking Visas For Foreign Workers

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Trump Vineyard Estates in Virginia filed a request for visas so it could hire foreign workers. A President Trump will select the government officials that approve those visas.


Suspect Kills Self After Fatally Shooting 2 Journalists On Air

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

A gunman shot and killed a reporter and her videographer Wednesday on live television in Virginia. The suspect, a disgruntled former station employee, then posted his own video of the...


3 University Of Virginia Graduates Sue 'Rolling Stone' Over Retracted Story

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Three UVA graduates at the center of the debunked story about rape at the school sued Rolling Stone, its publisher and the reporter for defamation. The magazine's managing editor resigned this week.


'There Are Basic Moral Rules': Young Evangelicals React To Supreme Court Marriage Ruling

Sunday, June 28, 2015

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Report Shreds 'Rolling Stone' Rape Story, But Many On Campus Have Moved On

Monday, April 06, 2015

A review of a story about an alleged rape is the latest in a long saga for the U. of Virginia. The fraternity implicated in the story plans to sue; advocates say fewer rape victims are coming forward.


In Rural Virginia, Truckers Can Stop For Coffee And A Physical

Sunday, April 05, 2015

Rob Marsh has a medical practice in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. He likes the freedom to open his office at night if a patient gets sick.

Marsh wants to make house calls, and he needs to pay a staff that has grown from 2 to 23. But many people in this ...


Police Suspend Inquiry Into University Of Virginia Sexual Assault Case

Monday, March 23, 2015

The Charlottesville, Va., police chief cited a lack of evidence in the alleged incident that was publicized in a Rolling Stone magazine article.


Federal Government, States Battle Over Safety Of Powdered Alcohol

Friday, March 13, 2015

The federal government has given its blessing — for now — to powdered alcohol. But even before the product goes to market, some states have banned it.


U.Va. Ushers In New Year With Updated Rules For Frat Parties

Sunday, January 18, 2015

After Rolling Stone reported, then hedged on a story of gang rape at a University of Virginia frat house, U.Va. administrators announced new rules for parties for the upcoming year.


Fleeing To Dismal Swamp, Slaves And Outcasts Found Freedom

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Most Americans know about the Underground Railroad, the route that allowed Southern slaves to escape North. Some slaves found freedom by hiding closer to home, however — in Great Dismal Swamp.

The swamp is a vast wetland in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. In George Washington's time, it was ...


'Rolling Stone' Says Trust In Rape Accuser 'Was Misplaced'

Saturday, December 06, 2014

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After Rape Scandal, University Of Virginia Reworks Relationship With Frats

Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Following a Rolling Stone report on brutal assaults at the school, its president may force the campus' Greek system to ban hard liquor. New programs also encourage reporting of sexual assaults.


Magazine Sheds Light On Allegations Of Rape Culture At UVA

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

In an issue of Rolling Stone, a female freshman said she was raped by seven men at the prestigious Phi Kappa Psi fraternity in 2012. The University of Virginia's governing board meets Tuesday.


Citizen Scientists On A Mission To Find Frogs

Sunday, August 31, 2014

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Richmond, Va., Wrangling Over Future Of Historic Slave Trade Site

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

More than 300,000 African and African-American slaves were sold in Shockoe Bottom. Today, residents and city officials are debating how to preserve the area: Memorial or stadium and museum?


Chemist Turns Software Developer After Son's Cancer Diagnosis

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

The parents of a young boy made a terrible discovery while looking through photographs they had taken of him as a baby. They noticed a white dot where a black pupil should have been.

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Poi: Hawaii's Recipe For Revitalizing Island Culture

Sunday, March 10, 2013

There are only about 1,000 people of pure Hawaiian descent left in the world, but island residents are cooking up an idea to keep native island culture from fading away. The key ingredient? Reviving a starchy food called poi.

A sticky, nutritious food made from pounded taro root, poi looks ...