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Virginia Board of Elections Chairman James Alcorn said barring some kind of legal challenge, the board will likely try to meet as soon as possible. "The code of Virginia States that whenever there's a tie at the end of an election, that the victor shall be drawn by lot ", Alcorn told WCVE Wednesday.
  • Jerusalem: UN resolution rejects Trump's declaration

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    In the days leading up to the vote, Haley and President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE sought to warn countries that the US would remember those voted in favor of the resolution.
  • Trump says he has no intention of firing special counsel Robert Mueller

    Trump says he has no intention of firing special counsel Robert Mueller

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    Special counsel spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement that Mueller did not require a subpoena or warrant to obtain the documents. A GSA spokesperson could not be immediately reached for comment. The tens of thousands of emails in question pertain to 13 senior Trump transition officials. Rosenstein appointed Mueller special counsel, after taking over responsibilities from Attorney General Jeff Sessions in matters involving the Russian Federation probe.
  • Parliament disrupted again as 2G Case verdict peps up Congress, gives…

    Parliament disrupted again as 2G Case verdict peps up Congress, gives…

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    This was Tendulkar's first attempt at initiating a debate in Rajya Sabha where he has been a member for five years and is a year short of completing his term. Vice-president M Venkaiah Naidu tried to control the situation. Citing a May 22, 1990 ruling of then Rajya Sabha Chairman Shankar Dayal Sharma, Naidu said that the Chair's ruling on not allowing suspension of a Question Hour or allowing a discussion was final.
  • Cardi B Talks Christmas Shopping, Bacardi & Offset on 'Fallon'

    Cardi B Talks Christmas Shopping, Bacardi & Offset on 'Fallon'

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    She said the proposal came as a surprise even though gifts of bling weren't so unusual. When Cardi was asked if she knew that Offset was going to propose to her, she responded, "No, I mean you know he always used to say something like, 'I'm gonna marry you.' And I was like, 'It's the right thing to do, '" while tilting her head back.
  • Vet Arrested After Fatally Shooting a Neighbor's Dog

    Vet Arrested After Fatally Shooting a Neighbor's Dog

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    Folse is accused of shooting Bruizer, a 15-month-old American bull dog that belongs to her next-door neighbor, on the afternoon of December 13. The website says that the drugs found in her home were procured with prescriptions intended for animals.
  • UN Renews Cross-Border Aid Deliveries to Syria for Another Year

    UN Renews Cross-Border Aid Deliveries to Syria for Another Year

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    The besieged area falls within a network of de-escalation zones - set up in Syria by Turkey, Russia, and Iran - in which acts of aggression are expressly forbidden. This is not the first time Jordan partakes in the talks as a direct neighbour of Syria and a main host of Syrian refugees, whose total number has exceeded 1.3 million, including more than 600 million refugees registered with UNHCR.
  • Mom Accidentally Roasts Elf On The Shelf

    Mom Accidentally Roasts Elf On The Shelf

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    You've probably heard of " Elf on the Shelf ", but have you seen an elf on a roof? Brittany Mease shared her story on Facebook recently, explaining how she started out having her family's long-standing elf, Elfis, "break" his leg after her kids left their toys out.
  • Rand Paul Threatens to 'Filibuster' Extension of Surveillance Program

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    The Chamber has plans to vote on a reformed measure from the House Intelligence Committee that enforce new privacy measures on the contentious warrantless surveillance program by the National Security Agency (NSA). "We believe Congress got it right in 2008 when it passed Section 702 and in 2012 when Congress reauthorized it". The allegation, for which Nunes has been unable to produce proof, is widely considered a transparent attempt to-somehow-justify President Donald Trump's false claim ...