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Barbara Comstock Invites NOVA Students To The Congressional App Challenge

Chairwoman of the House Research and Technology subcommittee Barbara Comstock invites students in her district to participate in the Congressional App Challenge to promote the STEM fields.

Believe It Or Not, Google Does Track Your Location, Even When The Setting Is...

Big brother tech is watching, even though people thought they could mask the all-seeing eye of Google.

Northam Proposes Middle Class Tax Hike To Pay For “Welfare Bonus”

How does Northam intend to pay for this welfare bonus?  By increasing taxes on middle class Virginians to the tune of $240 million.

Virginia Police To Begin End Of Summer Crackdown On Drunk Driving

Police all around Virginia are on a mission to keep suspected drunk and drugged drivers off the road as a new enforcement program begins Friday.

GO Virginia Green Lights Two Projects In Richmond Area, One In Greensville County

Three projects in the Commonwealth have been given the go-ahead by Virginia's business-led economic development initiative.
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House Democrats Meeting In Richmond Amid Talks Of Leadership Change

Will the progressives within the House Democratic Caucus bow to the establishment or rock the political boat with a coup against their leadership?

Virginia Scrambles To Provide Solution For Next Year’s Skyrocketing Premiums

After the revelation that monthly insurance premiums will skyrocket next year, a state committee will convene in effort to lower the costs of healthcare insurance under the Affordable Healthcare Act.

Virginia Jobless Claims At 45-Year Low

As the economy continues to grow, Virginia's unemployment lines continue to shrink.

After Redistricting Battle, AG Mark Herring Refuses To Pay Up To Perkins Coie

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring forgets that favorable judgement has a price in the world of politics.

Nelson County Now Part Of CVEC’s Plan To Spread High Speed Broadband In Central...

The picturesque rolling hills of Central Virginia will now be updated will the high-speed broadband Internet service that the metropolitan areas of the Commonwealth have enjoyed for years.