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And Ringo was his name-O

Sean Sowards was cruising along Interstate 77 in western North Carolina one day, heading home to Ohio after visiting Atlanta. Probably had some good tunes going. He was pushing the speed limit just a little, which was 70 mph for ...

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Justices are people, too

Big week for the U.S. Supreme Court, between the Arizona immigration decision on Monday and the anticipated “Obamacare” case this morning. You can bet both the proponents and the opponents of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have their ...

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Sullivan to stay at U.Va.

The University of Virginia Board of Visitors Tuesday unanimously reversed its earlier decision to oust school president Teresa Sullivan. The school announced the decision in a news release available on its website. Sullivan was asked to resign earlier this month ...

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Sentencing commission has new director

The Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission has appointed Meredith Farrar-Owens as its new director, the Supreme Court of Virginia has announced. Farrar-Owens is the second person to serve as director since the Sentencing Commission was established by the General Assembly in ...

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