Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has given a Richmond charity $18,000, the same value of gifts he accepted from a troubled nutritional supplements maker and its CEO.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has declined to defend one of Gov. Bob McDonnell’s signature education reform laws in court, saying he agrees with critics that it is unconstitutional.
Gov. Bob McDonnell and first lady Maureen McDonnell are set to host the second annual Virginia Wine Summit later this fall.
Gov. Bob McDonnell says the state Supreme Court may have to decide whether the state can take over poorly performing schools, but he’s confident a key part of his education reform package would be upheld.
Republican Ken Cuccinelli is airing a new ad that seeks to untangle his gubernatorial campaign from a scandal that has mired Gov. Bob McDonnell in criminal investigations.
A poll shows Virginia voters are split over whether they can believe Gov. Bob McDonnell in the wake of criminal investigations into thousands of dollars’ worth of gifts and loans he received from a major political donor.
The Norfolk School Board has voted to join the Virginia School Boards Association in a lawsuit challenging a new law allowing the state to take over chronically failing schools.
For four years, Jonnie R. Williams Sr. and Gov. Bob McDonnell shared a friendship. That friendship is now strained — if not dead — as a federal criminal investigation into their relationship pushes them in conflicting directions.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli proposed expansive changes to make Virginia’s 20-year-old Standards of Learning student testing regimen more geared to problem-solving and less dependent on memorization.
All of the thousands of dollars in tangible gifts — including a $6,500 Rolex watch — showered on Gov. Bob McDonnell and his family over the past few years have been returned to a major political donor and business executive, the governor said in an Associated Press interview.