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Groups including the NAACP are calling for greater diversity on Virginia’s second-highest court as it adds six new judges. Of the Court of Appeals’ 10 current members, only three are women and only one is a person of color — and most of the judges are former prosecutors and private attorneys. So advocates say now is the time to add more people of color, women and lawyers with experience as ...

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New York's process for impeaching and removing a governor from office has some parallels — and some important differences — to the process the U.S. Congress uses for impeaching presidents.


U.S. says it hasn’t asked to meet N. Korea for more talks

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Flynn was the only White House official charged in Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI days after the president’s January 2017 inauguration about conversations he had had during the presidential transition period with the Russian ambassador.

Singer-songwriter John Prine dies at 73

Supreme Court keeps executions on hold

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