Bob McDonnell has an explanation for everything. Almost.
Governor Bob McDonnell took the stand in his corruption trial today with his best sad face and a story of a marriage gone south.
Jonnie Williams' testimony was blunt in today's court proceedings.
U.S. District Judge James Spencer in Richmond, Virginia, ruled today that U.S. prosecutors sufficiently supported their charges in the McDonnells’ indictment.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough pretends that he and his cohorts would not have called it a partisan witch hunt if the Virginia Democrats had gone after former Gov. Bob McDonnell instead of the feds.
CNN's Crossfire allows former VA Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to skate on his conflicts of interest in the McDonnell indictments.
Federal charges have been filed against former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell and his wife for taking gifts in exchange for political favors.
It seems Virginia's "Governor Ultrasound" Bob McDonnell is going to have a lot more to worry about than whether anyone would ever consider him a viable candidate for president or vice-president ever again:
As Rachel Maddow noted in her segment above, it looks like Indiana Gov. Mike Pence may be set to follow in Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's shoes and take over the title of Governor Ultrasound if he ends up supporting this bill that just passed his state's Senate.
Stories like this one aren't going to help the Republicans much with their so-called "rebranding' effort: Virginia is for lovers of their own currency: Virginia sure has been a hotbed of activity on issues with national implications, hasn't it?