Three weeks after U.S. Sen. Mark Warner lambasted a decision to place the FBI headquarters in Maryland instead of Springfield as “corrupt,” the Office of the Inspector General at the
FBI director, Youngkin, other Va. officials decry override by former GSA official
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner said Thursday that the FBI headquarters site selection — choosing Greenbelt, Maryland, over Springfield — was “corrupt” and that he expected better from the Biden administration.
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Like his junior colleague, Tim Kaine, Warner served as governor of Virginia before being elected to the U.S. Senate. He is now in his third term as Virginia’s senior senator.
Largest renewables project at a U.S. airport slated for 2026 delivery
A massive solar project that will soon begin to take shape at Washington Dulles International Airport will not only have the ability to power 37,000 Virginia homes, but will also send
Nearly two-thirds of surveyed voters think a new FBI headquarters to replace the agency’s crumbling Washington, D.C., home should be built in Virginia. That’s according to a national survey released
Will serve new Va. Tech Innovation Campus, boost region
In its heyday during World War II, Potomac Yard handled freight for six different railroads and employed 1,500 workers to keep trains moving, until it succumbed to economic pressures. On
Richmond Fed chief, Sen. Mark Warner suggest solutions to spur development
There’s hope for economic growth in rural areas despite their challenges, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President and CEO Tom Barkin and U.S. Sen. Mark Warner said Wednesday during the Fed’s
Federal funding comes from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Virginia is receiving $6.22 million in “Internet for All” federal grants funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced Thursday.
1. State Sen. Creigh Deeds speaks at the Sept. 30 dedication ceremony for inpatient psychiatric care at the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters’ Children’s Pavilion. Photo courtesy CHKD 2.
Billions at stake in hunt to lure semiconductor makers
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and state and local economic development officials are vying to attract semiconductor chip manufacturing facilities to four Virginia industrial sites as the commonwealth gears up to