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Terry McAuliffe may face his defining political moment earlier than any Virginia governor in the modern two-party era.
The fight over the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline has generated a lot of debate.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor cheered the passage of one of his top priorities Tuesday, as a pediatric research funding bill he laboriously pushed through the House easily passed the Senate.
When the options are promising more funding for sick children or preserving the funding for booze and balloons at political conventions, the choice should be about as obvious as it ever gets in Congress.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine visited Northern Virginia Community College's Alexandria campus Monday to discuss the importance of career and technical education and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics programs like SySTEMic Solutions , a program at NOVA that strives to equip students with the skills needed in today's workforce.
GOOD MORNIN', GOOD MORNIN', IT'S GREAT TO STAY UP LATE: Here are some highlights from all-night climate change talk-fest organized by Sens. Brian Schatz, which had at least 30 Democrats participate and is expected to wrap up around 9 a.m. today.
Sen. Tim Kaine, Virginia Democrat, said Tuesday that the government is already dealing with climate change by debating issues like flood insurance, which the Senate considered earlier this year.
The search for the missing airliner that vanished en route from Malaysia to China is reportedly focusing on Malaysia's West Coast, far from the opposite coast where the plane last made contact with air traffic control.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is the one who moved troops into Crimea - but to Republicans, President Barack Obama is the one to blame.
Bob Kerrey, former Nebraska Senator, talks with Tom Keene about the projections of military budget cuts against the backdrop of Russia's intervention in Crimea on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
President Vladimir Putin is the one who moved troops into Crimea - but to Republicans, President Barack Obama is the one to blame.
"It is a budget that begins to make the hard choices that will have to be made," he said.
Anna Ashby volunteered to sing at her high school graduation in Windsor in 2003, but when she told her school she was going to sing the Celine Dion song "The Prayer," she was prohibited because the school said it would be a "violation of the separation of church and state."