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Virginia News Headlines: “Black Friday” Morning

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Here are a few Virginia news headlines, Thanksgiving-related, political and otherwise, for Friday, November 25. I’m planning to enjoy “Black Friday” by NOT shopping. How about you?

*New power divides Virginia GOP on social agenda

*Editorial: Spend locally, charitably (“In this season of giving, support the area’s small businesses and charities”)

*Editorial: Gunning for Va.’s gun checks (“Gun rights advocates see opportunity in the GOP takeover in Richmond.”)

*Local resistance building on Virginia’s eminent domain change

*Flying to Durban for the United Nation’s Climate Conference

*Paul Krugman: “We Are the 99.9%”

*Opening Day for Shoppers Shows Divide

*UPDATE: Area Black Friday begins with hundreds in line

*No Major Track Work: Metro’s Thanksgiving Gift

*Virginia Beach would pay $61.8M toward new hotel under proposal

*For Hampton Roads shoppers, the early, early birds get the best deals

*Wildlife groups split on ideas for Va. Beach facility

*Christian, Jewish flocks in Norfolk continue decades-old joint service

*Thousands turn out for Drumstick Dash

*Weekend weather: Clear skies, sunny, highs near 70

UPDATE: Also, check out Eugene Delgaudio’s latest insanity. As “Lloyd the Idiot” writes on Too Cosnervative, “Frankly, even if he were to shovel my driveway, cook my dinner and wipe my kids’ butts, no level of constituent service could justify voting for, much less openly supporting, such an individual.”