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West Virginia sees near-record turnout among early voters

WASHINGTON – West Virginia is seeing near-record turnout among early voters, according to the state’s former Republican chair and current Democratic party chair. “We would expect traditional lower turnout than a presidential year, however, if the first two days of early […]

West Virginia sees near-record turnout among early voters

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WASHINGTON – West Virginia is seeing near-record turnout among early voters, according to the state’s former Republican chair and current Democratic party chair. “We would expect traditional lower turnout than a presidential year, however, if the first two days of early […]

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Frankenstein: Christian Michaud (Victor Frankenstein) et Étienne Pilon (La Créature) -- credit Deckard97 - Wikimedia

200th Anniversary of Frankenstein for Halloween at Library of Congress

Christian Michaud (Victor Frankenstein) et Étienne Pilon (La Créature) -- credit Deckard97 - Wikimedia Washington, D.C.: It has been 200 years since English novelist Mary Shelley captured our imagination with

Capitol Police: ‘Malfunctioning electrical panel’ sets off fire alarm at Cannon building

WASHINGTON – The Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill was evacuated just before noon Thursday after a fire alarm was activated due to a “malfunctioning electrical panel,” according to

Democrat has modest lead in Florida Senate race, poll says

WASHINGTON – Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has a modest lead over Republican Gov. Rick Scott in the Florida Senate race, according to a poll released Thursday. The New York Times Upshot/Siena

Republican has a razor-thin lead in Georgia governor’s race, poll says

WASHINGTON – Republican Brian Kemp has a razor-thin lead over Democrat Stacey Abrams in the Georgia governor’s race, according to a poll released Thursday. The NBC News/Marist poll found that 49 percent

Secret Service intercepts suspicious packages before they reach Obama and Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON — The Secret Service said it intercepted two packages containing pipe bombs before they were delivered to the homes of former President Barack Obama and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

A photo of living history actor David Shuey as Gen. John J. Pershing. A memorail service was held for Shuey on Oct. 20, 2018, at the First Presyterian Church in Carlisle, PA. (Anthony C. Hayes)

David Shuey: Remembering the consummate Living Historian

Carlisle, PA: There is a WWII uniform hanging in my closet which wasn’t there six months ago. The badges on the epaulets may say “U.S. War Correspondent,” but please

Democrat has a comfortable lead in Arizona Senate race, poll says

WASHINGTON – Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema has a comfortable lead over Republican Rep. Martha McSally in the Arizona Senate race, according to a poll released Friday. The Data Orbital poll found

Vietnam War Commemoration continues to honor veterans

A nurse who served during the Vietnam War is pinned by Vietnam War Commemoration staff member while visiting the booth. She and over 400 other Vietnam Veterans attended the

Mnuchin: Investors should not be worried by recent market fluctuations

WASHINGTON – Drastic fluctuations in the stock market this week should not worry investors because the overall health of the U.S. economy is strong, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in

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