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Prosecutor to seek death for man accused of killing parents

HENRICO (AP) The Henrico County commonwealth’s attorney says she intends to seek the death penalty for a man accused of fatally shooting his parents. Local media outlets report that Shannon Taylor told a circuit judge on Wednesday that the “vileness” ...

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Gun rights activists sue Couric over documentary

(AP) Virginia gun rights activists have filed a $12 million defamation lawsuit against Katie Couric and other makers of a documentary over an edit they say misrepresented the activists’ response to a question. The segment in “Under the Gun” shows ...

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ACLU asks Supreme Court not to review bathroom ruling

(AP) The ACLU of Virginia has filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking justices not to review a ruling that a transgender boy be allowed to use the boys bathroom at his high school. The civil rights group ...

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Organization accused of registering dead people to vote

HARRISONBURG (AP) The FBI is looking into whether an organization has been submitting voter registration applications in the names of dead people. Rockingham County Commonwealth’s Attorney Marsha Garst confirmed in a statement Monday that the unidentified group could be charged ...

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McAuliffe defends latest felon voting rights plan

(AP) Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s administration urged Virginia’s highest court on Monday to reject Republican lawmakers’ latest attempt to strip the voting rights of thousands of felons who have completed their sentences. Solicitor General Stuart Raphael said in court documents that ...

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A mystery solved: Where is Scalia buried?

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FAIRFAX (AP) Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s funeral was attended by thousands and carried on live television, but when the hearse pulled away from the church and headed to his burial site, his family asked for privacy and Supreme Court ...

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2nd trial set in same-sex custody case

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) A Virginia businessman with ties to conservative Christian groups that condemn homosexuality is set to go on trial in New York on charges he helped a woman and her daughter flee the country rather than share custody ...

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McDonnell owes more than $10 million to lawyers

VIRGINIA BEACH (AP) Former Gov. Bob McDonnell still owes more than $10 million to the lawyers who ultimately got his federal corruption conviction overturned. His sister Maureen McDonnell told reporters Friday that he’s still in debt to two law firms ...

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Feds charge 2 with hacking US officials

ALEXANDRIA (AP) Two North Carolina men were arrested Thursday and charged in connection with a computer hacker network that allegedly targeted CIA Director John Brennan and other senior government officials. Federal prosecutors in Alexandria said Andrew Otto Boggs, 22, known ...

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Authorities change their tune after arresting opera singer

ALEXANDRIA (AP)  Authorities in Alexandria changed their tune after looking into the case of an opera singer who was arrested for making too much noise, reports said Thursday. The commonwealth’s attorney dropped a noise violation charge against Krista Clouse for ...

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