With rioting in Ferguson, Mo., U.S. troops going to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State group and nuclear negotiations in Iran not going as well as he hoped for, how did the president justify taking time to “pardon” a turkey Wednesday?
With rioting in Ferguson, Mo., U.S. troops going to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State group and nuclear negotiations in Iran not going as well as he hoped for, how did the president justify taking time to “pardon” a turkey Wednesday?
Thousands of people joined a second night of protests Tuesday in response to the grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for the August shooting death of Mike Brown.
Angry about the decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, college students and activists stormed District streets and converged in front of the White House on Monday night to protest.
 
 
 

Tim Kaine wins Virginia Senate race

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Click on photo to enlarge or download: Tim Kaine declares victory in the Virginia Senate seat in Richmond. SHFWire photo by Emily WilkinsClick on photo to enlarge or download: Tim Kaine declares victory in the Virginia Senate seat in Richmond. SHFWire photo by Emily WilkinsFormer Virginia governor Tim Kaine has won the Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Jim Webb, D. We'll update the story soon with details of Kaine's speech in Richmond moments ago.

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