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Federal prosecutors don't often file criminal charges involving campaign finance violations, but when they do the guilty rarely spend time behind bars.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell commemorated Union and Confederate soldiers while condemning slavery as an "evil and inhumane" institution in an address Thursday marking 150 years since the first major land battle of the Civil War.
A former wealth manager for crime writer Patricia Cornwell has managed to avoid prison for his role in covering up tens of thousands of dollars in illegal campaign contributions from the novelist to Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign.
Novelist Patricia Cornwell, billed as America's No. 1 crime writer, is entangled in a real-life federal investigation into the expenditure of tens of thousands of dollars in illegal campaign contributions to Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, court records show.
"Tea party" activists say Tuesday's elections show that the Republican Party needs conservatives for victory, but the results suggest solidarity is more important: unified Republicans steamrolled in Virginia, while they fractured in New York and lost a House seat that they had held for more than a century.
Seizing his moment in the national spotlight, Senate candidate Mark Warner framed the fall election as a "race for the future" that Barack Obama and Democrats must win with new ideas and pragmatic politics.
Virginia Rep. Thomas M. Davis III, a valued statesman for congressional Republicans, says the GOP has failed to innovate and drive new ideas under President Bush, and they are now conceding much of the country to Democrats even as they tear up their own "big tent" governing coalition.
Virginia Democrat Mark Warner continues to far outpace his Republican rivals in raising campaign cash for his U.S. Senate bid.
Virginia Rep. Tom Davis today announced he will not run for retiring Sen. John Warner's seat, saying Virginia Republicans made a mistake when they opted to select their nominee through a convention, rather than a primary.