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WASHINGTON, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cohen Group, an international business advisory firm chaired by former Secretary of Defense Bill Cohen, announced today that it has added two new colleagues. Mark
By Ken Dilanian and Fredreka Schouten Democrats significantly expanded their hold on the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, putting them in stronger position to help deliver on President-elect Barack Obama's campaign promises.
Democrat Mark R. Warner was the projected winner Tuesday in the U.S. Senate race in Virginia against Republican James Gilmore. Democrats in the U.S. Senate watched election returns Tuesday, hoping to push their party closer to the filibuster-proof number of 60.
By ANDREW TAYLOR By Andrew Taylor The Associated Press WASHINGTON Oil companies won elimination of a long-standing ban on drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts as the Senate passed a sprawling spending bill Saturday.
By Jill Lawrence DENVER -- Former Virginia governor Mark Warner, in his keynote address to the Democratic convention, accused the Bush administration of bad policies that have left the nation worse off and said Republican John McCain would deliver "more of the same." Warner, a candidate for the U.S.
By David Brown, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 22--John McCain showed strength of character as a prisoner of war that qualifies him to lead the nation, says a Marine veteran who was incarcerated with the senator at the "Hanoi Hilton," an infamous North Vietnamese POW camp.
By David Harrison firstname.lastname@example.org 777-3523 U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gilmore dispensed gas and campaign positions to Southwest Virginia motorists Tuesday morning, in his campaign's first visit to the area.
U.S. Sen. Jim Webb's stance on his state's ability to drill for gas offshore has distanced him from many other Democrats on the issue, political observers say. Webb and fellow Virginia Sen.
By DALE EISMAN By Dale Eisman and Warren Fiske The Virginian-Pilot RICHMOND Democrat Mark Warner said Wednesday that potential oil and natural gas deposits off the Virginia coast should be open for exploration, but not necessarily for production.