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  • Virginia Democrats, Republicans differ on first half results in the General Assembly

    Virginia Democrats, Republicans differ on first half results in the General Assembly
    At the halfway point of the General Assembly session, Virginia Republicans say they're focused on the core services of government, not conservative social issues. General Assembly Democrats have a different opinion.   Wednesday brought duelling news...
  • Virginia bid to get marijuana reclassified by feds fails

    Virginia bid to get marijuana reclassified by feds fails
    A Virginia lawmaker's push to get the governor to petition the federal Drug Enforcement Agency to reclassify marijuana as a Schedule II drug has failed. The resolution filed by Democratic Del. David Englin of Alexandria was tabled on a voice vote Tuesday...
  • Emanuel, usually the vise, now in one

     
    by Frank James Rep. Rahm Emanuel, the intense, profane yet quite personable Illinois congressman who normally is the one putting the pressure on, is now in the vise himself, with President-elect Obama asking him to be White House chief of......
  • Obama brand protection: Copyrights

     
    by Mark Silva President-elect Barack Obama has created his own brand - represented both by the iconic images of the candidate who campaigned for "change'' and by the "Yes we can'' and "Change We Can Believe in" slogans generated by......
  • Obama's 'nationalized' elections today

     
    by Mark Silva Barack Obama is not on the ballot today. Yet, when the day's voting is done, many will insist that he was. In Virginia, where the polls opened before dawn, there wasn't much trouble getting in and out......
  • Clinton, Obama spar over who's stronger in the general election

    Far from the snows of Maine and its Sunday caucuses, the two Democratic presidential rivals looked toward Tuesday's Potomac primaries in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, where 242 delegates are at stake, warring over who would make the...
  • Historic district rules should give buyers pause

    Georgetown and Capitol Hill are known for their lovely homes in some of the region's most popular historic districts. Such districts help protect the character of older neighborhoods, but living in them can pose special concerns. "People are attracted to...
  • Monday's Democratic National Convention schedule

    Monday, Aug. 25: ONE NATION Session begins at 3 p.m. Mountain Time, which is 2 p.m. Pacific and 5 p.m. Eastern. 3 p.m - 7 p.m. Call to Order The Honorable Howard Dean Chair, Democratic National Committee Former Governor of Vermont Invocation The...
  • McCain's Brother Calls 911 to Complain About Traffic

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- While John McCain has been talking up 'Joe the Plumber' on the campaign trail, 'Joe the Brother' has caused some embarrassment for the GOP presidential nominee. Authorities in Alexandria, Virginia have released a 911 call that appears...
  • 51st Ebony Fashion Fair Fashion Show

    Event : 51st Ebony Fashion Fair Fashion Show Date : October 3rd, 2008 Time : 8:00 Description: Fairfax County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is proud to sponsor the 51st Annual Ebony Fashion Fair Runway Report at the Northern Virginia...
  • Reba Hollingsworth

    Reba Hollingsworth
    Reba Hollingsworth co-anchors CBS 6 This Morning I was born in Dallas, Texas, but I grew up in Houston with my parents and sister. I graduated from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas with a degree in broadcast journalism. In 1994, I started...
  • Jefferson Trial Deliberations Continue on Anniversary of Home Raid

    Jefferson Trial Deliberations Continue on Anniversary of Home Raid
    A jury is scheduled to resume deliberations in the corruption trial of a former Louisiana Congressman who had $90,000 hidden in his freezer. Deliberations in the case of William Jefferson didn't reach a verdict last week. The 12-member jury is to...