Virginia lawmakers adjourn scandal-marked 2019 session

Virginia lawmakers have wrapped up this year's scandal-marked legislative session
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Virginia school board delays ending transgender bathroom ban

A school board in Virginia says it won't take immediate action to overturn its transgender bathroom ban after some community members spoke in favor of keeping i
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School board in Virginia may end transgender bathroom ban

A school board in Virginia is set to hold a hearing this week that may signal the coming end of a transgender bathroom ban
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Victims of suspected arson, homicide, identified

Authorities say a medical examiner has positively identified three people who were found dead after a mobile home on Virginia's Eastern Shore
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Transgender bathroom ban may end, but transcript irks teen

A transgender teen says his former high school is refusing to update the gender listed on his transcript
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Historians challenge Northam's 'indentured servants' remark

Historians say Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wrongly used the term "indentured servants" when referring the first Africans to arrive in what is now Virginia
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Black Virginia voters feel betrayed, left in no-win scenario

Black voters in Virginia feel a deep sense of betrayal over two top leaders admitting their wore blackface
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Calls mount for Virginia lieutenant governor's resignation

The head of Virginia's House of Delegates has joined the chorus of calls for the resignation of Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax
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Yearbook staff disagree on whether racist photo was mix-up

Medical school alumni say a racist photo on Gov. Ralph Northam's 1984 yearbook page is likely to have gone unnoticed after it was first published.
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Racist yearbook photo went unnoticed by busy med students

Medical school alumni say a racist photo on Gov. Ralph Northam's 1984 yearbook page is likely to have gone unnoticed after it was first published
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Virginia's highest office frozen as Northam weighs next move

Virginia's highest office was frozen in place Tuesday as Gov. Ralph Northam privately weighed whether he can stay in the job despite uproar over a racist photo
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Governor scandal hangs over busy day for Virginia government

One of the busiest days on the Virginia legislature's calendar began under a cloud of suspense as Gov. Ralph Northam weighed whether he can continue in the job
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Virginia governor clings to office amid uncertainty, furor

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam clung to his office Tuesday amid political fallout over a racist photo in his 1984 medical school yearbook and uncertainty about the
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Virginia scandal could push newcomer into governor's office

Lingering doubts over Gov. Ralph Northam's political future after the publication of a racist yearbook photo could propel an African-American political newcomer
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The Latest: Photo stirs calls on Virginia governor to resign

Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam facing mounting pressure to step down over blackface photo in his 1984 medical school yearbook
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Virginia governor's political limitations on stark display

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's great virtue, as the voters saw it, was that he wasn't a career politician, but a friendly doctor who came to politics late in lif
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The Latest: Northam clings to office amid uproar over photo

Virginia's Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, is clinging to office amid calls from within his own party to resign over a blackface photo in his 1984 medical s
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Police: Vehicle falls off rail tracks into park, killing 2

Authorities say a sport utility vehicle fell nearly 15 feet off railroad tracks in western Pennsylvania into a park, killing two men
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The Latest: Northam facing calls to resign over 1984 photo

Virginia governor faces calls from within his own party to resign over a photo that appeared in his 1984 medical school yearbook that features someone in blackf
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Deaths of 3 Virginia people investigated as arson, homicide

Virginia authorities say the deaths of three people inside a burned mobile home are being investigated as homicides and arson
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The Latest: Northam's medical school launches yearbook probe

The president of Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk announced the investigation on the school's website late Saturday
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Stith, Caver help Old Dominion beat Rice, stay atop C-USA

B.J. Stith hit a season-high five 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, Ahmad Caver added 17 points and 11 assists, and Old Dominion beat Rice 80-76
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Norfolk State rallies from 24 down, beats Howard 80-78

Mastadi Pitt made a pair of foul shots with two seconds left and Norfolk State rallied from a 24-point, second-half deficit to beat Howard 80-78 and remained un
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Authorities: 3 people die in mobile home fire in Virginia

Virginia authorities say three people died in a mobile home fire
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