For decades Virginia psychologists Phyllis Koch-Sheras and Peter Sheras have operated counseling practices independent of each other.
Do you know what happened in June … 200 years ago? A lot of other people don’t either.
That's why author John Stagg will be our guest talking about his newest book, The War of 1812: Conflict for a Continent.
J.C.A. Stagg, Ph.D. - Author, The War of 1812: Conflict for a Continent (Cambridge, 2012). Professor of History and Editor-in-Chief, The Papers of James Madison at the University of Virginia.
How much do you know about what your government is doing?
How attached are you? To whom are you attached? What caused you to be that way?
What do a handful of officers in the British Royal Navy... several dozen lawyers across Virginia... and hundreds of federal employees across America all have in common?
What do we need to understand about poverty?
Just before Primary Day, two Tea Party favorites get an unusual endorsement. And with the Primary behind us... what might be next for the Old Dominion electorate?
When did you decide what you wanted to do with your life?
You and your kids are out in a storm. One of your children is hit by lightning. How fast would you want a doctor’s help?
Harry Potter... you've heard of him. Now some researchers are crediting him with something that could be enriching educational prospects for millions of young adults of college age.