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1 hr ago | The Washington Post
Former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell wanted the jury to know that the guy who got to sit beside him at a New York City dinner hadn't scored the privilege by bankrolling the first lady's $20,000 designer shopping spree earlier that day.
5 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot
Virginia didn't have much trouble keeping No.7 UCLA and its Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback, Brett Hundley, out of the end zone Saturday afternoon.
Fairfax County election officials have asked local, state and federal authorities to investigate whether 17 people may have voted twice in the 2012 general election - once in the county, and again in Maryland.
As the federal corruption trial of former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, moved toward closing arguments, Virginia's two U.S. senators urged state lawmakers to move quickly to tighten the commonwealth's ethics laws.
As Carytown continues to grow into a small business center and go-to destination for both residents and out-of-towners, a new idea is being proposed to further enhance the visual appeal of the area.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is smoothing the way for one of the busiest travel weekends of the year.
The small piece of plastic that likely contributed to the death of the whale in the Elizabeth River last week was part of a DVD case, a spokeswoman for the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center said.
Republican nominees for U.S. Senate from Virginia and West Virginia have made a friendly wager on the outcome of a high school football game between schools from their states.
The Republican Governors Association released an ad Monday criticizing South Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Vincent Sheheen for supporting Obamacare's Medicaid expansion -- even though several of the association's members adopted the... Plans to expand Medicaid in Virginia may not be dead on arrival at the General Assembly, but they're ... (more)
The latest discovery of illegal double voting in Virginia and Maryland will give Attorney General Eric Holder yet another opportunity to ignore voter fraud, which he has continually dismissed as an inconsequential problem.
Following a vote by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission in favor of the idea last week, Pittsburgh became the latest of an increasing number of cities to share in the convenience, and controversy, of ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft.
W. Wayne Perry Jr. and his wife, Angela Perry, are charged with health care fraud, aggravated identity theft and several other counts.
September is a favorite month. With cooling weather and the beginnings of fall colors, memories wander back to college days, thoughts of returning to school and reuniting with friends after three months on a summer job, a chance to do what we did best in the 1970s - party down! Fall weekends meant keg parties in dorm basements.
As the public corruption trial of former Governor Bob McDonnell moves forward, only 10 On Your Side spoke with Governor Terry McAuliffe about conflicts of interest and gifts received while in office.
Would Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who appeared Wednesday on the WTOP radio show "Ask the Governor," push for the legalization of marijuana and "help your people?" "Well," McAuliffe said to the two hosts, "Frank needs to talk to his state senator or delegate," adding that No.
Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency held public hearings in Washington, D.C., on the agency's proposed Clean Power Plan, a set of standards that would regulate and reduce carbon pollution from existing, mostly coal-fired, power plants.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 05:26 pm
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