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Brat and Spanberger

Statistical ties between Rep. Brat and Democrat Spanberger in Virginia’s 7th District, poll reveals

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As the race in the onetime GOP stronghold is in its final week, Republican Dave Brat (R) and Democrat Abigail Spanberger are on a statistical tie in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, according to a survey released by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University on Monday. The poll revealed that 45 percent…

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virginia- virginia tech rivalry

Virginia- Virginia Tech Basketball Rivalry, Rankings won’t matter

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Sports, like anything else is marked with a string of rivalry especially in major tournaments and high-profiled competitions. The emerging world of sports continually leave traces of such rivalries – many of which are healthy rivalries. In rare occasions, there are cases of below-the-par exhibition of rivalry and this is pertinent in all sport across…

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Virginia Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting on a Frenzy Suggests New Records in the Making

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Virginia looks well on course to tumble all its previous ballot voting records as citizens notch up the voting pace, an analysis by Virginia Public Access project has found out. The ongoing pace of absentee voting also suggest that the number of early ballots may come close to 496,452 absentee voters cast in 2016. The…

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USA Gymnastics : Former President Arrested for Tampering with Evidence

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The documents linked to the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case was allegedly removed by the former head of the USA Gymnastics, Steve Penny, from the Karolyi Ranch gymnastics training facility in Texas, authorities report. Mr. Penny who was arrested Wednesday almost three weeks after his indictment by a grand jury for tampering with evidence, the…

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Tennessee home

Four children and mother found dead in Tennessee home

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Monday evening, four teenage children and their mother were found dead in their Tennessee home. The case seems to be a murder-suicide. Authorities are yet to determine why a stay-at-home mother would murder her children and later kill herself at their apparently “loving-home”. The woman and children were identified as Cynthia Collier, a 55-year old…

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West Virginia justice's trial has got the jury pondering

West Virginia justice’s trial has got the jury pondering

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Allen Loughry, a West Virginia Supreme Court justice, who was accused for driving state cars and buying gasoline with a state-owned credit card for his own benefit, was long suspended. Most of the 22 counts are for wire fraud. The others include mail fraud, making false statements and witness tampering. Loughry’s trial began on Wednesday,…

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Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael Engulfs 19, Thousands Waiting for Power Supply

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Hurricane Michael is raging havoc in Virginia and the number of causalities from the incident has now risen to at least 19, as reported on Saturday. Besides, the recovery squad continues to retrieve people in parts of Virginia, Georgia and hard hit Mexico Beach, Florida. It has already been three days since the storm first…

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Workman’s impeachment trial blocked by Supreme Court ruling

Workman’s impeachment trial blocked by Supreme Court ruling

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On Thursday, a group of judicial stand-ins blocked the upcoming impeachment trial of West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman. The reason cited was constitutional issues and errors in preliminary impeachment proceedings. Workman was impeached on a charge that she along with other justices failed to control their office expenses and did not maintain policies…

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As Hurricane Michael moves forward, Florida authorities order state evacuation

As Hurricane Michael descends, Florida authorities order state evacuation

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Hurricane Michael moved up to category three later on Tuesday and is expected to reach category four before it touches the coast of Florida. Currently about 200 miles south-southwest of the state, it is heading towards Florida Panhandle, land strip on Gulf of Mexico. According to the Florida governor Rick Scott, the hurricane is capable…

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