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Gillespie launches bid for Va. governor, pledges tax cuts

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Republican Ed Gillespie has launched his campaign for Virginia governor with a pledge to jump-start the state’s economy, in part by cutting taxes. 108 more words


US Senate to launch investigation into Russian ties to US elections

The US Senate Intelligence Committee has said it will investigate claims that Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election. A recent top-level intel report backed by the CIA and FBI supported the allegations. 572 more words

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Key Senate committee won't probe possible Trump-Russia collusion

“We don’t have any authority to go to any campaign and request information that one would need to do an investigation,” Sen. Richard Burr said. | Getty… 1,124 more words

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The Political Difference between living in Virginia and San Francisco…

The Political Difference between living in Virginia and San Francisco…

Leftist, lying, liberal, loony tunes Nancy Pelosi had her daughter, who is a presidential elector, sign a letter demanding the intelligence community brief the electors on the Russian hacking situation before they vote for Trump. 127 more words

Mark Warner Won't Run for President in 2020

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) told the Wall Street Journal that he would not be running for president in four years, despite the fact that he flirted with a possible run back in 2008. 45 more words


Warner, Kaine call for more funding for Carrier Replacement Program

VIRGINIA (WAVY) — Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine say they’re worried about getting funding for the replacement of the U.S. Navy’s aircraft carriers.

The senators wrote a letter to the chair and ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense, urging them to avoid what they call costly delays that could threaten shipbuilding jobs in Newport News and negatively impact the Navy’s capability. 140 more words


Senator calls for SEC investigation into Yahoo breach

Yahoo’s announcement last week that data from 500 million user accounts had been stolen in 2014 by what it called a “state-sponsored actor” certainly alarmed Yahoo’s users and its new bosses at Verizon. 518 more words