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Topic - Mark Warner
Two U.S. senators from West Virginia and Virginia are teaming up to discuss the nation's energy future and how coal can play a role in it.
The organizing committee for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships unveiled the courses for the nine-day event on Tuesday, and the layouts not only will provide stern tests for the premier bicycle racers in the world, but also highlight the best of what Richmond offers to a worldwide television audience.
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner asked a radio host earlier this month where he could sign a White House petition to deport Canadian pop star Justin Bieber — and now says that devoted fans of the troubled 19-year-old are about as informed as members of the tea party.
Deporting Justin Bieber has become the second most popular petition in the three-year history of President Obama's online petition program, tapping a depth of anger at the Canadian pop singer — and leaving the White House to ponder how to respond.
The White House recently said it will provide an official response to a petition to deport embattled Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber — and Sen. Mark Warner is apparently on board.
Former Republican Sen. John Warner is backing his Democratic successor over the former national GOP chairman in Virginia's U.S. Senate race.
Former Republican Sen. John W. Warner on Monday endorsed his Democratic successor over a past national GOP chairman in the race for the U.S. Senate seat he held for 30 years.
NEWSMAKER INTERVIEW: If elected U.S. senator from Virginia this November, former GOP Chairman Ed Gillespie vows he will oppose any policies that expand welfare, federal spending and the national debt — even if proposed by a Republican president.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Warner will "crush" former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie in this year's Senate race.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe pledged to find common ground after officially taking the oath of office Saturday and becoming the state of Virginia's 72nd governor on a rainy day outside the state Capitol building designed by Thomas Jefferson.
Democratic senators are pushing for congressional colleagues to agree to hearings about the data breach at Target retail stores that compromised an estimated 40 million Americans.
A group of Democratic senators are taking heart in signals by the Obama administration Thursday that people who lost their existing health plans because of Obamacare's requirements will be eligible for an exemption that lets them purchase a catastrophic plan.
The following is a transcript of Wednesday's Virginia gubernatorial debate between Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II and Democrat Terry McAuliffe, which was moderated by Chuck Todd of NBC News. The transcript was provided by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, the sponsor of the event.
The Hill's annual list of the wealthiest members of Congress — with a comparison to their home districts' wealth.
"This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase Virginia as a great place to live, to work, to visit and to cycle," U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, an avowed cyclist and co-chair of the board that won the right for Richmond to host, said via a video because he was not able to attend the unveiling.
"They're both about equally informed," Mr. Warner quipped.