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Military · Charlottesville
US Marine’s adoption of Afghan war orphan voided
In a highly unusual ruling, a state court judge on Thursday voided a U.S. Marine’s adoption of an Afghan war orphan, more than a year after he took the little girl away from the Afghan couple raising her. But her future remains uncertain. See the Story
67% Center coverage: 33 sources
Protestors · Los Angeles
Writers Guild Strike Authorization Vote Breaks Records, as 98% Say 'Yes'
Hollywood writers have voted to authorize a strike if their talks with The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers don't end in a new three-year contract. See the Story
55% Center coverage: 89 sources
Republican Party · Waco
GOP Lawmaker Charged in Hit and Run
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – The Virginia State Police reports State Delegate Matt Fariss has been charged in connection to a hit-and-run investigation that occurred in Campbell County on March 2nd. According to state police, on Thursday afternoon, 54-year-old Charles Matthew Fariss was driving south on Route 501 in his 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe when he allegedly crossed over the centerline, continued off the northbound side of Route 501, and hit a …See the Story
46% Left coverage: 11 sources
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Richmond, United States · Richmond
Lamont Bagby wins special election for McClellan’s Virginia Senate seat
Democratic Lamont Bagby and Republican Stephen Imholt face off in a special election. Bagby defeated two opponents in a Democratic firehouse primary for this Richmond-based 9th senate district.Imholt was the only republican who signed up to represent his party. He unsuccessfully ran for the House of Delegates in 2015.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Bladen County · Bladen County
Future focused: Bladen Community College is putting students first
Bladen Community College has found that its success lies in its community support. Bladen County is overwhelmingly rural, according to the N.C. Department of Commerce. With more than 180,000 acres of farmland in the county, BCC is growing its agriculture department on campus. The agriculture, forestry, fishing & hunting sector is the second largest employer.See the Story