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  • Obama: Dim hope for end to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the U.S. is weighing whether to back Palestinian efforts to seek U.N. recognition for an independent state and that recent remarks by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dim hope for a negotiated two-state solution.
  • A day to honor Virginia's 74 Medal of Honor recipients

    A day to honor Virginia's 74 Medal of Honor recipients
    Wednesday was Medal of Honor Day. It commemorates the recipients of the military's most prestigious award. Seventy-four Virginians, who were either born or joined the military here, have received the award. Here are some facts you might not know:...

    Congress tries to fix Medicare 'doc fix' before it fixes to leave town

    WASHINGTON With deep pockets and huge memberships, politically influential physician organizations think they're on the cusp of achieving something they've aggressively sought for years: a congressional cure for a Medicare payment system that regularly...

    Senator: Obama risks backlash if Iran deal goes to UN first

    A top Republican senator warned Monday that the White House faces a "violent backlash" in Congress if it takes a nuclear deal with Iran to the United Nations before Congress. The U.S. and its partners are trying to reach a framework agreement by the...

    Lawmakers: Aircraft carrier Ford bound for Norfolk, boosting economy in wake

    Lawmakers: Aircraft carrier Ford bound for Norfolk, boosting economy in wake
    The Navy’s newest aircraft carrier will begin its service to the nation at Naval Station Norfolk, providing an economic boost to the region, several congressmen announced Thursday. The first-in-class Gerald R. Ford, built at Newport News...