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US measles outbreak spreads to Idaho and Virginia, hits 1,022 cases
The United States' worst measles outbreak in a quarter-century spread to Idaho and Virginia last week as public health authorities on Monday reported 41 new cases of the highly contagious and sometimes deadly disease.
Virginia victims had 150 years of combined service with city
Four were engineers who worked to maintain streets and protect wetlands. Three were right-of-way agents who reviewed property lines. The others included an account clerk, a technician, an administrative assistant and a special projects coordinator. In all, they had served the city of Virginia Beach for more than 150 years.
City worker kills 12 in Virginia beach resort
A disgruntled public utility employee opened fire with a handgun on coworkers at a municipal building in Virginia on Friday afternoon, killing 12 people and wounding at least four before he was fatally shot by police, authorities said.
2nd woman accuses Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sex assault
A woman has accused Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax, who is already under fire for an allegation of a 2004 sexual assault, of raping her nearly two decades ago.
Top Virginia Democrats face growing crisis over scandals
The political crisis in the US state of Virginia has deepened after its third-ranking elected official, Attorney General Mark R. Herring, admitted to wearing blackface in the 1980s at a college party.
Virginia governor slams white supremacists: “Go home, shame on you”
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has condemned the violent white supremacists who descended upon Charlottesville, telling them to “go home.”
Trump slams bigotry 'on many sides' as violent far-right rally leaves three dead, 20 injured
At least three people have died and 20 more injured following a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and ensuing clashes with anti-racist counter-protesters, prompting US President Donald Trump to condemn "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides."
Virginia shooting: Republican lawmaker Steve Scalise critical, needs more operations; Trump calls for unity
Wednesday’s shooting revived debate about gun rights in America. Congressman Steve Scalise has been a strong opponent of gun control measures.
Virginia governor, neurologist describes Trump as 'narcissistic maniac'
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly been referred to as a “narcissistic maniac” by Virginia’s Democratic Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam, who is also a pediatric neurologist and campaigning to become the state’s next governor.
Virginia delegate sues to avoid voting for Trump
A delegate in the US State of Virginia has filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to avoid voting for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, at the Republican National Convention (RNC) next month.
Virginia allows convicted criminals to vote
The Democrat governor of Virginia in the US has overturned a 150-year-old law preventing convicted criminals in the state of voting, in a move praised by civil rights campaigners but criticized by Republicans as an electoral stunt.
African American activists disrupt Donald Trump rally in Virginia
A campaign rally for US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was repeatedly disrupted on Monday by black activists, underscoring the divisions the GOP front-runner has long been accused of sowing.
Black suspect in Virginia TV news shootings dies
An African-American man suspected of killing two television journalists in Virginia for allegedly making racist comments has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Two US journalists shot dead during live report in Virginia
Two American news journalists have been shot dead during a live television news report in the state of Virginia, according to officials.

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