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Virginia’s Late-term Abortions Bill Turns into a Political Issue

in Virginia
abortions bill

On Wednesday, a debate on a late-term abortions bill in Virginia – favored by Democrats – turned into a key political issue, with President Donald Trump also being involved. The bill presented by the Democrats, sought to amend current abortions law, by allowing late-term abortions at any point during the pregnancy if the mother’s physical…

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How Successful will be Trump-Guaidó Duo in Venezuela?

in Opinions
Venezuela

President Donald Trump has reinforced his strong support towards restoring democracy in Venezuela during the conversation with Juan Guaidó, the self proclaimed President of Venezuela.  There are various speculations that have brewed among the international critics for Trump’s extended support to the opposition leader against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Especially in context to bringing in…

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Grammy-Winner R&B Singer, Songwriter James Ingram dies in LA

in Entertainment
james ingram

Two-time Grammy Award winner and two-time Academy Award nominee James Ingram died in Los Angeles on 29 January. He was 66 years old. The popular American RnB singer and songwriter enjoyed huge success throughout his career, with eight Top 40 hits on the US Billboard Hot 100 from the early 1980s to 1990s. Debbie Allen,…

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What Does Virginia House $750 Million Amazon Subsidy Mean?

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Amazon

Most debates in the history would have lasted longer, but the Virginia House spent just nine minutes before voting to give Amazon up to $750 million in subsidy over 15 years. The amount has been subvented for company’s planned headquarters facility in Arlington. The House sent the bill to Gov. Ralph Northam (D), who has…

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Joe Biden and Eric Holder Likely to Strengthen Democratic Run for President

in Politics
Joe Biden

While a number of significant Democratic members have already registered for the presidential race, former Vice President Joe Biden has not yet come to a conclusion over joining the race. On Monday, the 47th Vice President said that he is closer to make a decision on running for president in 2020. During an event in…

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Border Security Clash Remains, Even after Shutdown is over

in Politics
Border security

Although President Donald Trump has reopened the government, he is skeptical that the lawmakers could reach a deal on border security that would be acceptable for him. Renewing his vow to build a wall on the southern border, Trump said that chances were low that the Congressional negotiators could cut a deal. In an interview…

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Support for Trumps’ Mexico Wall is Waning Fast

in Politics
Mexico Wall

President Trump has been keen on to build the Mexico wall, and even more insistent that the neighboring country pays for the wall. It is clear that Mexico is not paying for any wall, and that “the wall” is slowly changing from a wall to a barrier to a joke. All said and done, Trump…

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Jared Kushner Security Clearance Raises Questions on White House’s Credibility

in Politics
Jared Kushner

The White House is under stack of questions, as a latest report revealed how Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, was granted the top secret clearance. The report stated that a Trump appointee had overruled the recommendation of two specialist adjudicators of not granting Kushner the security clearance. After a prolonged delay in FBI background…

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Chosen Redistricting Map for Virginia House Might Turn in Favor of Democrats

in News
Virginia House

On Tuesday, a panel of federal judges picked a redistricting map for Virginia House of Delegates, from a series of proposals submitted by a special master. The chosen map is expected to shift some districts towards the Democrats and help them gain control in this year’s election. In June, the judges had ordered a new…

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