Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine inched toward an endorsement of gay marriage Tuesday and said his party should take a stance on the issue. Headline updated 5:52 p.m. Tuesday. The Democratic Senate candidate and former Virginia governor told…
By Quinn Bowman
Amid chatter on how tea party candidates might influence the GOP in November's elections and bleak poll numbers for incumbent Democrats, DNC Chairman Tim Kaine continued the refrain Wednesday heard from Democratic politicians and party officials alike: vote…
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, a rumored running mate possiblity for Sen. Barack Obama, urged the crowd at Denver's Invesco Field to "move mountains" during his speech on the last night of the Democratic convention. Following is text of his address.
An investigation into the Virginia Tech shootings criticized the university for failing to respond to the behavior of Seung-Hui Cho and for communication problems. Panel member Tom Ridge discusses the findings.
Virginia Tech continued to reel in the aftermath of Monday's rampage. On Thursday, many criticized NBC's decision to air excerpts of gunman Seung-Hui Cho's tirade while university officials defended the decision to allow Cho back after being hospitalized in 2005.
Seung-Hui Cho, the student at Virginia Tech University who killed 32 people Monday, mailed a package to NBC News between his two shootings. The NewsHour reports on these developments, including earlier stalking accusations against the gunman.
Several of the victims in Monday's mass shooting of 32 Virginia Tech faculty and students came from other countries. The NewsHour reports on the local and international reaction to the tragedy.
Once considered a safe Republican Senate seat, the battle between GOP incumbent George Allen and Democrat Jim Webb is gaining intensity in the final days before elections. Democratic Gov. Tim Kaine and Republican Attorney General Bob McDonnell debate the issues.
Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, in the Democratic rebuttal to President Bush's State of the Union address, offered Americans a "better way" to tackle the issues facing the nation.
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