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Scott Taylor’s Record Wins Him Spot On 2018 Inside Business Power List

As a freshman Republican member of the House of Representatives, Congressman Scott Taylor has worked hard to make sure his first term in office is one worth remembering - so successful that it won him a spot on the 2018 Inside Business Power List

Pelosi And House Democrats Must Battle Economic Reality For 2018 Midterms

Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi signaled at a Tuesday press conference that her opposition party, if they gain control of Congress this November, will be rolling back the Trump tax cuts.

Trump’s NAFTA Impasse Heading Into Critical Week

Discussion surrounding the update of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) enters a critical week as officials from Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. attempt to resolve an impasse before elections in the U.S. and Mexico further complicate the process.

Apple May Hit $1 Trillion Market Cap By End Of Trading Friday

Tech giant Apple, after the largest six-day stock market rally in nine years, is closing in on a $1 trillion market cap.

Mother-Daughter Pipeline Protest Finally Ends, Construction Begins

After fighting to block a natural gas pipeline from being constructed through family farm land on Bent Mountain in Roanoke County, Virginia, a mother-daughter protester duet came down from the treetops Saturday.

President Trump Announces Withdrawal From Iran Nuclear Deal

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump announced that he plans to follow through on his threat to pull out of the Obama-era Iran Nuclear Deal.

Democratic Senator Barbara Favola Auctioning Off Special Access

It seems that Democrats are taking political fundraising just a bit too far as State Senator Barbara Favola (D-Arlington) tried to auction off inside access to her office - shades of Rod Blagojevich.
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Virginia Beach To Get Third Sub-Sea Cable, Connecting To South Africa

Virginia Beach is getting a third sub-sea cable that has the potential to bring 200 new high-tech jobs to the coastal Virginia city and digitally connect South Africa to the U.S.

Garrett: Two Minutes Per Page To Read Legislation

After the seemingly terrible $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill was voted on late last month, one freshman House Republican believes that congressmen and women are not doing the homework when it comes to making critical decisions and has decided to do something about it.

Matoaca Megasite Plans Dropped After Community, Political Pressure

After calls from concerned citizens and local lawmakers, the proposal for the industrial megasite in southeastern Chesterfield County was withdrawn Thursday.