Newsmaker Panels Look at Education Issues in White House Race and Other Fall Campaigns, Tues., Aug. 30, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
What are the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees saying about education and how do their positions differ? What are the implications for schools and colleges depending on who wins the White House?
NRCC Chair Rep. Greg Walden to Address Thursday, Sept. 8 Newsmaker to Discuss Strategy to Keep House Majority
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump trails in the polls, the Senate is in play, what about the House? Rep.
A week prior to Labor Day, candidates for the top offices of the Teamsters Union will debate at a special National Press Club Newsmaker.
Since 1992, more than 1,200 journalists have been killed while doing their jobs worldwide. For too long, we have thought of violence against journalists as something that happened somewhere else, but this year, we’ve seen that assumption proved false over and over as journalist come under threat in the United States. One year ago today, our journalism community lost two of its members in nearby Roanoke, and their deaths dealt our community, both locally and nationally, a devastating blow.