25 years ago, two young female hikers decided to do what many people do for exercise, relaxation and sport – hike through the Shenandoah National Park. However, their journey ended when they were murdered at their backcountry campsite near Skyland Resort in Virginia.
Running back Deuce McAllister was part of a group of student-athletes in the late 1990s who helped push administrators at Mississippi into largely eliminating the Confederate flag from Ole Miss football games.
President Donald Trump’s Fourth of July gala in the nation’s capital last year cost taxpayers more than $13 million, twice as much as previous celebrations, government watchdogs reported Thursday. Trump’s desire to have Department of Defense military vehicles participate helped drive up the cost, as did the president’s attendance on the National Mall.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has announced that residents are now required to wear face masks in public and the state’s Phase 2 will continue for three more weeks as coronavirus cases continue to rise at an alarming rate.
A leading white nationalist figure in the U.S. blames his notoriety for his failure to pay a lawyer to defend him against a lawsuit over violence that erupted at a Virginia rally that he helped organize.
The Kroger Co. announced a $5 million philanthropic fund that would be directed toward organizations that support the advancement of the black community and diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
While federal prosecutors are trying to dismiss their case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn, they are trying to get their conviction against his one-time business partner reinstated.
The North Carolina Bar and Tavern Association Thursday filed a lawsuit on behalf of 185 businesses to have private bars included under the same reopening safety rules as restaurants, eating establishments, wineries, distilleries, breweries, and private clubs.
After looking at prices for some of the food they would make and sell during the celebration, the department made the decision to cancel. Because to make a profit, they would have to charge families at least $15 on something that would normally be $5.
Some governors are balking at President Donald Trump’s request to send National Guard troops to Washington, D.C., for a massive militarized show of force in the nation’s capital after several days of violent protests. S