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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, May 26. Also, see the video of President Obama as he “pays tribute to our men and women in uniform who have died in service to our country.”

*Thorne-Begland case enters GOP U.S. Senate debate

*Democrats pounce as Allen won’t take position on pay discrimination bill

*Foes attack, Allen parries in final Va. GOP Senate debate

*Hits and misses at the final GOP debate

*Virginia’s Senate race kicking into high gear

*Marshall: Gay sex ‘cuts your life by about 20 years’

*Gov. McDonnell signs ‘caboose budget’ (“Among other things, the bill restores $10 million that had been cut from state college budgets.”)

*Deal reached on charges against Capitol protesters

*Abortion-clinic regulations awaited in Richmond

*Red Onion prisoners are on a hunger strike, Virginia officials acknowledge

*Huguely appeals conviction

*Presidential seal of approval! Barack Obama’s daughter Malia joins thousands of screaming fans to cheer One Direction (At the Patriot Center in Fairfax)

*Nats get the jump on Hudson, Braves


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