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McDonnells Arrive Separately at Federal Courthouse as Jury Selection in Corruption Trial Begins

nbcwashington.com — Federal prosecutors have filed a list of 61 potential witnesses in the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife. Among those on the witness list are Maureen McDonnell and the couple's three children, Sean, Rachel and Bobby.
Jul 28, 2014

RT @nbcwashington: JUST IN: Jury has been selected in the corruption trial of former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. bit.ly/Uyjddm

Jul 28, 2014

RT @nbcwashington: JUST IN: Jury has been selected in the corruption trial of former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. bit.ly/Uyjddm

Jul 28, 2014

RT @nbcwashington: JUST IN: Jury has been selected in the corruption trial of former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. bit.ly/Uyjddm

Jul 28, 2014

RT @nbcwashington: JUST IN: Jury has been selected in the corruption trial of former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. bit.ly/Uyjddm

Jul 28, 2014

McDonnell Children on Witness List; Jury Selection in McDonnells' Corruption Trial Begins nbcwashington.com/news/local/Bob… via @nbcwashington

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I-Team Finds Trailer Accidents on the Rise

nbcwashington.com — Trailers can become the deadliest things drivers encounter on the highway, police say, and a triple-fatal Chesapeake Bay Bridge crash led to a Maryland law regulating how they are used. Randy Orff was the father who just seemed to know how to do everything.

Montgomery Co. School Board Terminates Government-Issued Credit Cards

nbcwashington.com — Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education has voted to get rid of its own government-issued credit cards, after a large and embarrassing spending spree by its members.

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Federal Court Strikes Down Va. Gay Marriage Ban

nbcwashington.com — A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban, ruling the state's laws "impermissibly infringe on its citizens' fundamental right to marry." A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled Monday that state constitutional and statutory provisions barring gay marriage and denying recognition of such unions performed in other states violate the U.S.