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Pollster is pessimistic about Israeli-Palestinian deal
Jun 08,2017

A prominent Arab-American pollster and scholar doubts the Trump administration will be able to broker peace between Israel and Palestine.

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Richmond joins over 150 cities in 'March for Truth'
Jun 07,2017

"We want a leader! Not a creepy tweeter!" more than 200 demonstrators chanted as they marched through downtown Richmond, demanding an investigation into President Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.


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Virginia hikers protest natural-gas pipelines
Jun 05,2017

Holding signs saying "Reject and Protect" and "No Pipeline," dozens of Appalachian Trail hikers held a protest Friday at Capitol Square to voice their disapproval of Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s

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Brat, McEachin highlight importance of bipartisanship
Jun 05,2017

Though they come from different sides of the aisle, two Virginia congressmen came together for a moderated discussion on entrepreneurship and economic growth. U.S. Reps.


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Good Food and Fun for a Good Cause
Jun 05,2017

Cold beer, good food and live music. This is what you can expect to find Sunday at Broad Appétit. But the annual event is more than an opportunity to enjoy refreshments and entertainment.

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Schools to help curb human trafficking
Jun 05,2017

Virginia ranked 15th in the United States for the most reported cases of human trafficking in 2016. Last year, the state reported 148 cases with 59 involving minors, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.

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New law lets schools help diabetic students
Jun 02,2017

Virginia students afflicted by diabetes may receive additional support in schools thanks to a new state law. Senate Bill 1116, which takes effect July 1, will allow school nurses

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New laws seek to enhance driver safety
May 31,2017

In 2015, a driver with severe vision problems hit and killed a bicyclist in Hanover County. The motorist was "basically legally blind," recalled Del. Hyland "Buddy" Fowler, who represents the




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