RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for the removal of an arch honoring the former president of the Confederacy at Fort Monroe, where the first enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia.. Seattle Times - Published
BURKE, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s governor pulled out of an event where he would have faced protesters for wearing blackface in the 1980s. The Washington Post reported that Gov. Ralph Northam cited.. Seattle Times - Published Also reported by •MyNorthwest.com
Gov. Ralph Northam doesn't want Virginia's online sales tax used to pay Amazon.com Inc.'s promised $750 million incentive deal. At least not yet. The legislature wanted to start collecting money in.. bizjournals - Published
Washington D.C., Mar 2, 2019 / 04:30 pm (CNA).- President Donald Trump has accused Democratic politicians of pursuing a “extreme” abortion agenda that would lead to the “execution” of newly.. CNA - Published
Virginia's governor, Democrat Ralph Northam, told CBS earlier this month that he's "not going anywhere" after admitting he once donned blackface in the 1980s. Richmond Times-Dispatch political.. CBS News - Published
· Even outside of the deal that Virginia offered to Amazon to expand its operations there, the company has been benefiting from tax breaks in the state.
· Amazon operates a number of data centers.. Business Insider - Published
On a conference call to faith leaders last week, President Trump spoke of “recent events that have taken place that have shocked the conscience of the nation.” He was speaking about the New York.. CNSNews.com - Published
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has been under fire after a racist photo from his medical school yearbook page surfaced. The scandal has prompted schools across the country to flip through their own.. CBS News - Published
During her appearance on a CNN panel on Sunday, Rep. Nanette Barragan (D-CA) said President Donald Trump was mainly at fault over the blackface scandals plaguing Virginia's Governor Ralph Northam (D).. Mediaite - Published
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam refuses to resign despite growing backlash over a picture on his medical school yearbook page featuring a man wearing blackface and another person in a Ku Klux Klan outfit... CBS News - Published Also reported by •Deseret News
In her interview over the weekend with *Ralph Northam*, CBS' *Gayle King* pushed back on the Virginia governor when he used the term "indentured servants" as a euphemism for slavery. Mediaite - Published
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam says he's "not going anywhere" in spite of a racist photo printed in his medical school yearbook. The Democratic lawmaker admitted to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle.. CBS News - Published
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam talks to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King in his only TV interview since his controversial yearbook page resurfaced. Also, we're five days away from another.. CBS News - Published
Governor Ralph Northam has dug himself so far into a hole I'm not sure who can rescue him.
The Virginia governor is already under pressure to resign after a photo emerged of his yearbook page.. Mashable - Published
SNL did not steer clear from the blackface controversy surrounding Virginia governor Ralph Northam and the state’s Attorney General Mark Herring during their latest show. Instead, they hit it hard.. Mediaite - Published
Host Nathan Connolly talks with historian Rhae Lynn Barnes about the long and disturbing history of blackface minstrelsy.
Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) February 09, 2019
BackStory, an American.. PRWeb - Published
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam made his first public appearance on Saturday since defying calls a week ago to step down over a racist yearbook photograph, as his potential successor, a fellow.. Reuters - Published
Virginia Governor *Ralph Northam* is speaking out in his first interview since the racist photo on his yearbook page surfaced, indicating he will not resign and plans to serve out the rest of his term.. Mediaite - Published
On Friday, Virginia Governor *Ralph Northam*––who's still resisting calls for him to resign––tweeted about meeting with the founder and president of the National Black Farmers Association. Mediaite - Published
Virginia's embattled governor, Ralph Northam, capped a week of political chaos ignited by racial scandals by vowing to stay in office on Friday, while the fellow Democrat in line to succeed him faced a.. Reuters - Published