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Latest Tim Kaine Items
Virginia voters are equally divided on whether George Allen or Tim Kaine should be their next U.S. senator, as the two former governors anticipate going head to head in a closely watched race next year.
Two interim heads of D.C. agencies have been accused of playing fast and loose with the rules in recent weeks.
How did the Democratic National Committee become as mean-spirited and dishonest as it is today? It began in 1992 when Bill Clinton got into office.
D.C. lawmakers vote today on fiscal 2012 budget; Thomas case exposes ethics loophole as Nathan criticizes D.C. Council's ethics bill; Allen has a 'Blueprint for America’s Comeback'; Kaine: No 2012 budget from Senate is 'major failure'; Prince George's bids for Redskins HQ study; NORAD intercepts second plane in area in three days
His political career in jeopardy, Rep. Anthony Weiner has been making calls to colleagues to apologize for sending raunchy texts and photos to several women.
The political career of embattled Rep. Anthony D. Weiner appeared more tenuous Wednesday, as several fellow Democrats called on the New Yorker to resign after he admitted sending a lewd photo to a college student.
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell has turned down Jens Soering yet again — this time denying the convicted killer's request that he be recommended for parole.
Developer in Johnson case appears to have given thousands in illegal campaign contributions; Warner, Webb say Va. concerns big reason for rejected offshore drilling plan; Kaine 'not sure' about his archives related to Soering; D.C. medical examiner loses accreditation; Dog attacks P.G. students on school bus; Md. requires French rail company applying for contract to disclose role in Holocaust; Va. restaurateur faces criminal 'spanking' charges today
Former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine says he is not sure whether he has the authority to release documents from his gubernatorial archives that could provide details about his decision to transfer convicted murderer Jens Soering to the custody of German authorities.