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Filler-Corn Raises Political Expectations in Virginia House as the First Woman to Lead in 400 Years

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Virginia House

Breaking the proverbial glass ceiling, and setting several ‘firsts’, Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax) is ready to take over the office of the Virginia House of Delegates in a momentous move. She will be the first woman to ascend the caucus in the 400-year history of the chamber. “I’ll tell you, there has been an outpouring of…

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Life Expectancy Falls In West Virginia

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West Virginia

Life expectancy is declining in West Virginia with about 0.5 percent of its population declining between July 2017-2018. President Donald Trump claims that he “turned West Virginia around” because of what he did “environmentally with coal”. While the population of West Virginia has been declining from six years, the President’s best efforts to fix health…

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President Trump and US Politics Bend in 2018-19

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President Trump

The New Year resolution that says ‘New Year, New Me’ is common on the list of majority of the people. But this New Year’s Eve, Americans, including the Republicans, are wishing it to occupy the top slot of the wish list of President Trump for 2019. The decisions of the President have hardly ever impressed…

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Trump’s Abrupt Decision Prompts Resilient Republican Senators

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The presence of the United States troops in Syria has been a long-debated issue within the White House. The havoc has just escalated, as President Donald Trump announced to withdraw all the US group forces from Syria in the next 30 days, catching the Republican senators off guard. The crucial announcement made by Trump on…

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Trump’s Funding Setback on Mexico Border Wall

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Mexico border wall

Just a couple of days ago, it was anticipated that a shutdown cannot be averted, while the Trump administration and Democrats remained in a dispute over the funding for the Mexico border wall. However, the White House in a swift move abandoned the demand for government funds of $5 billion for constructing a wall on…

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Russian Troll Operation: A Propaganda that Helped Trump in 2016 Elections

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Source: The Atlantic

The impact of fake news on 2016 presidential elections in the United States has remained obscure. The confusion existed regarding two issues— misinformation about Hillary Clinton and the Russian troll operation. Researchers at Ohio State University made an attempt to discover the facts behind this enigma, this year.They conducted a post-election survey, where the voters…

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Trump Administration and Democrats Remain Separated over Mexico Border Wall

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The Mexico border crisis remains on the peak for the Trump administration, which has always strongly stood against immigration, as it strives to construct a wall along the south boundary. On Sunday, the White House pushed its demand for construction of the Mexico border wall to impede illegal immigration, even if it calls for a…

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Concerns over copper theft after group trapped in West Virginia coal-mine shaft rescued

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West Virginia coal-mine

Unemployment in West Virginia is driving people towards undertaking riskier assignments such as unauthorized copper extraction in abandoned coal mines. In one such incident, three people were lost in a nonoperational coal mine in the state after they entered an abandoned shaft in search of the metal. Fortunately, they were found alive on Wednesday after…

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Mueller Investigation Gyrated by Michael Cohen’s Attorney; Trump left in Jeopardy

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Robert Mueller investigation

Americans are optimistic about the Robert Mueller investigation about the Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential campaign, which has reached its climax. While Michael Cohen, former personal attorney of President Donald Trump, has massively cooperated to the Mueller probe, his lawyer has also taken part to reveal the facts. On Wednesday, in an interview to…

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