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Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning

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Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, November 24.

*Charles M. Blow: Bigger Than Immigration (“For conservatives, this debate is really about the fear of seeing traditional power slip away.”)

*With immigration action, Obama calls his opponents’ bluff

*High court tests free speech limits on Facebook

*Uncertainty Upends Lives as Ferguson Waits for Grand Jury

*Giuliani: ‘White Police Officers Won’t Be There’ If Blacks ‘Weren’t Killing Each Other’ (Uh huh.)

*Op-Ed: Good News on Energy

*Solar and Wind Energy Start to Win on Price vs. Conventional Fuels (Attention Dominion Power!)

*Iran Nuke Deal: A Matter of War or Peace

*4 Things You Should Know About The Democrat Who Has Just Kicked Off The 2016 Elections (“1. Webb is not a dove.”)

*Our view: Democrats should listen to Webb (On economic fairness issues, absolutely.)

*Roper: Fracking will not make us free

*Hundreds protest at UVa; student says memorial to victims vandalized

*Mark Warner barely won his election, but he has a spring in his step

*Virginia’s gas tax headed up over Internet impasse (” Virginia’s gas tax will almost certainly increase Jan. 1, ratcheting up about 45 percent because of last year’s landmark transportation funding deal and a congressional unwillingness to crack down on Internet sales tax collections.”)

*UVa protest against sexual violence swells on Rugby Road

*Are there really two Arlingtons? And will only the richer one survive?

*East Coast storm likely ahead of Thanksgiving travel

*Near-record warmth for D.C. today, but snow could arrive Wednesday