Chesapeake Bay still in poor health, blue crabs suffering, new State of the Bay report concludes
'While we’ve made significant progress, far too much pollution still reaches our waterways and climate change is making matters worse,' Chesapeake Bay Foundation President, Hilary Harp Falk, said.
Virginia abolished biased, botched executions; more states should follow suit | Opinion
The imposition of a death sentence gives a false impression that justice is being served.
We can all do more to prevent roadway tragedies. This is how | Opinion
It’s a sobering fact: 360 lives were lost in crashes on our roads across metropolitan Washington, including Northern Virginia, in 2021.
Maryland lawmakers propose creating Chesapeake National Recreation Area
The proposal would unite a series of park areas and visitor centers owned and operated by the National Park Service.
Report: Agricultural investments for Chesapeake Bay cleanup spur economy
For every dollar spent on farmers’ best management practices, $1.75 is returned via higher sales of goods and services as well as earnings.
Collaboration, instead of lower standards, is a better fix for teacher shortages | Roger Chesley
Virtually every teacher survey notes pay is the No. 1 factor in leaving the profession.
In Virginia, a symphony of consolation seeks to counter violence | Roger Chesley
A concert can't bring back those we've lost. But it can heighten awareness, give comfort, and bring people together to fight violence.
Despite periods of hysteria’ Truman found cause for hope in the national character | Opinion
Americans have repeatedly shaken off self-imposed mental chains to overcome periods of instability like the one we are suffering.
Football must address brain trauma to survive | Bob Lewis
What I’d tell my 16-year-old self before the 1972 season about the game I loved.
What happens when laws that suppress protests clash with our freedoms? | Opinion
Americans have always held, as a matter of faith, that if they don’t like something, at least they have the freedom to raise hell about it.
Federal lawmakers aim to crack down on ‘dark patterns’ that trick users online
The legislation would place limits on how internet firms with over 100M monthly users could ask for information
Spare us your thoughts and prayers. Do your jobs | Bob Lewis
The United States is a nation awash in firearms and lacking the political will to enact commonsense reforms to address it.