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MI plot suspects also considered targeting VA Gov: FBI
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VA Gov. on alleged kidnap plot: 'There's no imminent danger'
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VA Gov. on kidnap plot: 'There's no imminent danger'
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Watch: Spacecraft named after Kalpana Chawla lifts off; husband reacts
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Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Tests Positive for COVID-19
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Donald Trump hints at pick for Supreme Court
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Virginia Governor Ralph Northman Tests Positive For COVID-19
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GOP voters give mixed views on power transfer remark
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Big turnout on day one of early voting
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Business partner alleges affair with Falwells
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Explosion at shopping center in Virginia rattles residents for milesA building explosion took place at a shopping center in downtown Harrisonburg, Va. on October 17.
'I saw a big mushroom cloud': Clues sought in Virginia shopping center explosion that rattled residents for milesInvestigators hunted for clues behind a thunderous explosion that leveled a strip mall, injured five people and rattled residents in Harrisonburg, Va.
Military Names Air Force Judge for Guantánamo Bay 9/11 TrialThe latest judge assigned to the long-running death penalty case is based in Virginia and has had a military career that focused on defense work.
A judge extends Virginia’s voter registration deadline after Tuesday’s outage.A federal judge extended the voter registration deadline in Virginia until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, after a cut cable brought down the online system hours before the original deadline.
"Drive-thru drama" brings theater outdoorsWhile many theater productions have gone dark due to the coronavirus pandemic, the show is still going on in the parking lot of the Alden Theatre in Virginia.
Virginia theatre puts on drive-thru shows during coronavirus pandemicA theatre in Virginia decided that the show must go on during the pandemic by providing shows in their parking lot in a drive-thru format. Chip Reid takes a look.
Virginia's Gov. Northam Was Also a Kidnapping Target of Anti-Government GroupGov. Ralph Northam of Virginia was discussed as a possible target by members of an anti-government group charged with plotting to kidnap the Michigan governor, the F.B.I. said.
FBI: Groups also discussed kidnapping Virginia governorMembers of anti-government paramilitary groups discussed kidnapping Virginia's governor during a June meeting in Ohio, an FBI agent testified today during a court hearing for a group of men accused of..
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Suspects in Michigan kidnap plot also weighed targeting Virginia governor: FBI(Reuters) - Some suspects accused of trying to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer also discussed whether they should shoot her in the head and contemplated abducting Virginia Governor Ralph..
Cut cable causes Virginia voter site to crash on final day of registrationAngry voters are demanding a deadline extension, calling the outage "voter suppression."
FBI says Virginia Gov. Northam was also targeted in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. WhitmerThe suspects accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also discussed "taking" Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, an FBI agent testified.
Inside the federal government’s defense program for diplomatsWhile working for an embassy in a foreign country may sound alluring, recent history has shown American diplomats can also face extreme danger in their postings overseas. Now, the government has..
Doc Antle of ‘Tiger King’ Is Charged With Wildlife TraffickingMr. Antle’s daughters and a former roadside zoo owner in Virginia also face charges of animal cruelty.
'Tiger King' Star Doc Antle Indicted For Animal Cruelty, Trafficking'Tiger King' star Doc Antle is facing a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges now for his treatment and transport of lion cubs. Antle, the owner and founder of Myrtle Beach Safari, was indicted Friday..
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Two ISIS "Beatles" members in transit to U.S.They are scheduled to appear in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, on Wednesday, a law enforcement source confirmed to CBS News.
GOP voters not swayed by Trump COVID diagnosisSupporters of President Donald Trump at an early voting site in northern Virginia are strongly supporting the President after his hospitalization for the coronavirus. (October 6)
8,000-pound shipment headed to space stationNorthrop Grumman is preparing to launch a cargo ship with an 8,000-pound shipment on Thursday from Wallops Island, Virginia, to the International Space Station. Perhaps the most unique payload: Estee..
NASA Launching $23 Million Toilet to International Space StationAstronauts will very soon be taking a crap in a toilet that costs a whopping $23 million. Science, baby. NASA's set to launch nearly 8,000 pounds of supplies Tuesday from its Wallops Flight Facility in..
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Trump teases planned Supreme Court pick in VirginiaPresident Donald Trump teased his Supreme Court pick ahead of a planned news conference Saturday to announce his nominee. Trump was speaking to thousands of supporters at a rally at the Newport..
'Blatant disregard and disrespect of Black people': Virginia district apologizes for segregated schools - 50 years laterThe county operated segregated schools until 1967, nearly 13 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.
Trump will campaign in Florida, Georgia and Virginia today, as Biden pays his respects to Ginsburg.
Watch live: Trump holds rally in Newport News, VirginiaCBS News' Battleground Tracker currently shows Trump trailing Biden by double digits in Virginia.
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Coronavirus updates: Donald Trump's Virginia rally is 'public health risk,' official warns; Pac-12, Mountain West to play college footballA Virginia health official calls Donald Trump's rally a "severe public health threat." Pac-12 college football to return Nov. 6. Latest COVID news.
Party City store in Virginia was carrying Confederate costumesMother of two young adopted black girls says she was shocked. The chain says it's removing the items from its shelves
Trump Supporters Disrupt Early Voting in VirginiaA group waving Trump flags and chanting “four more years” created a commotion at a polling location in Fairfax, Va. A county official said some voters and staff members felt intimidated.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Trump and Biden both battle it out in MinnesotaThe first voters began casting ballots in person in Minnesota on Friday, along with three other states, including Virginia, which saw long, packed lines at a Northern Virginia polling place.
AP Top Stories Sept. 18 PHere are the top stories for Friday, Sept. 18th: Trump, Biden fight for votes in Minnesota; Early voting starts in Virginia; Hundreds of thousands still without power after Sally; WHO says coronavirus..
Long lines in Virginia as early voting beginsLines of voters stretched hundreds deep in northern Virginia and other parts of the state on the first day of early voting in the 2020 presidential election. (Sept. 18)
Man pretending to help dying air force veteran steals from him as he passes awayA man who was pretending to help a dying air force veteran while on a bus stole his belongings during the final moments of the man's life.On September 10, a Virginia bus driver alerted emergency..
Floods and destruction as storm Sally moves northTorrential rains could bring damaging floods to the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia.
Sally is far from finished: 600,000 without power across South as flooding, rains move northThe remnants of Hurricane Sally is continuing to flood the Deep South, while parts of Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia could see a foot of rain.
Outbreak at Virginia detention facility linked to ICE flightsA new report sheds light on a coronavirus outbreak at an immigration detention facility in Farmville, Virginia, that's linked to ICE flights transporting agents to control protests in Washington, D.C...
Confederate statue removed from Charlottesville, VirginiaOn Saturday, a 900-pound statue of a Confederate soldier was removed from outside a county courthouse in Charlottesville, Virginia, near the site of a violent white nationalist rally in 2017.
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Census changes raise questions for states holding 2021 electionsNew Jersey and Virginia both have 2021 state legislature elections and are gauging whether to delay their redistricting schedule.
Liberty announces investigation into Jerry Falwell Jr's tenureIn the US, Liberty University, a private evangelical Christian seat of learning founded by televangelist Jerry Falwell Jr and based in the state of Virginia, is opening an independent investigation..
Weakened Laura still carries a punch as it heads toward Atlantic OceanThe remnants of Hurricane Laura continued to weaken Saturday but it may bring tornadoes to North Carolina and the Delaware-Maryland-Virginia region.
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Virginia lawmaker charged with "injury to" a Confederate monumentCounts against State Senator Louise Lucas were lodged by police even though they weren't OK'd by the local prosecutor's office. They stem from June protests in Portsmouth.