Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says lieutenant governor will have to resign if rape allegations are true
Monday, 11 February 2019 () Virginia's embattled governor insisted he would not resign over a racist yearbook photo, but said the state's lieutenant governor would have to step aside if sexual assault allegations against him were found to be true. In a CBS interview to be broadcast on Monday, Governor Ralph Northam said he had learned from the controversy that erupted on Feb. 1 when a racist photo surfaced from his medical school yearbook, and that as a...
Vanessa Tyson, the woman who has accused Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault, made her first public appearance on Tuesday at a symposium at Stanford University to speak about..
A college professor avoided talking directly about her accusation that Virginia's lieutenant governor sexually assaulted her, but she wasn't shy about publicly discussing her research and thoughts on..
Facing allegations of sexual assault, Virginia's Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax is experiencing some of the fallout as the Commonwealth continues to be involved in controversy. Veuer's Justin Kircher has..
During a chapel service at Virginia Union University, the Reverend Al Sharpton urged Virginia’s Governor, Ralph Northam, to step down over the controversy... USATODAY.com Also reported by •CBS News •Mediaite