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  • Virginia Beach Police warn against impersonators after arresting two men claiming to be cops

    Virginia Beach Police warn against impersonators after arresting two men claiming to be cops
    Two Virginia Beach men have been charged with impersonating a police officer, according to Beach police. Matthew Storm Marshburn, 24, of the 800 block of 14th Street, and Brian Keith Cope, 27, of the 1500 block of Virginia Beach Boulevard were...
  • Gloucester, Mathews sheriffs warn of increase in scams

    Gloucester County Sheriff Darrell Warren and Mathews County Sheriff Mark Barrick say they have seen an increasing number of residents falling victim to scams recently. The types of scams vary, Barrick said, from phone to mail and online, but all aim to...
  • Jameis Winston's attorney asks FSU to delay conduct hearing

    Jameis Winston's attorney asks FSU to delay conduct hearing
    Jameis Winston’s attorney has asked FSU to delay the star quarterback’s code of conduct hearing trigged by a sexual assault allegation. “Mr. Winston wants to attend the hearing and confront these false allegations, but he expects and...
  • Obama insta a que China sea socia para asegurar orden mundial

    Obama insta a que China sea socia para asegurar orden mundial
    El presidente estadounidense Barack Obama dijo el lunes que a su país y al resto del mundo les conviene que China sea exitosa, pero que Pekín debe asociarse para suscribir el orden internacional, en lugar de socavarlo. Hablando ante crecientes...
  • Obama strives to shake off lame-duck label at start of trip to China

    Within hours of landing here on Monday, President Obama took credit for the release of two Americans detained in North Korea, defended his decision to send more military trainers to Iraq, vowed to expand trade with Asia and unilaterally extended the...
  • U.S. Postal Service says it was hacked

    U.S. Postal Service says it was hacked
    The U.S. Postal Service said Monday that it was hacked and employee information, including Social Security numbers, may have been stolen. The Postal Service did not say who was suspected of breaking into its systems. It called the breach “...
  • Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide

    Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide
    Goya offers $20,000 culinary arts scholarship to students nationwide. America's largest Hispanic-owned food company will offer the grants to four students entering their freshman year of college to obtain their first undergraduate degree in culinary...
  • Your visa for China soon will be valid for 10 years

    Your visa for China soon will be valid for 10 years
    Good news for travelers to (and from) China: The U.S. and China have agreed to issue tourist and business visas that will be valid for 10 years, President Obama announced Monday. The reciprocal policy extending the validity of visas goes into effect...
  • Current immigration laws hamstring U.S. economy, tech industry says

    The presidential orders on immigration Thursday night offered little relief to the nation’s technology industry, with company executives, venture capitalists and lobbyists expressing frustration that Congress hasn’t moved to improve the...
  • Obama exercises his powers on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trip

    Obama exercises his powers on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation trip
    With the efficacy of his presidency in question, President Obama began a weeklong trip to Asia and Australia seemingly bent on demonstrating the tools still at his disposal. Within hours of landing in China on Monday for an economic summit, Obama took...
  • Virginia court system keeping data secret – and keeping mum about it

    Virginia court system keeping data secret – and keeping mum about it
    A compilation of court records from Virginia's court system that, among other things, shows patterns in plea deals and sentencing and delays between criminal incidents, arrests and prosecution is now being held secret by the office that administers the...