Sen. Tim Kaine On Midterms, Confederate Statues And North Korea
Ahead of the Virginia primaries, U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine talked with Newsy about his controversial opponents and the president's talks with Kim Jong-un.
Just days before the first round of primaries in Virginia, Sen. Tim Kaine hit the campaign trail to talk with constituents and support Democrats running in the State. There are three Republicans vying for his Senate seat. Newsy's Kellan Howell caught up with Kaine at one of his campaign stops to to ask him about his controversial opponents and his expectations for President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Biden welcomed back to Georgia after lying low in midterms
The president is set to speak Sunday at Ebenezer Baptist Church as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.By Patrick Semansky / AP
Rep.-Elect George Santos Set To Be Sworn In Despite Investigations
The incoming Republican congressman from New York has been accused of lying about his education, prior work experience, and having a Jewish ancestry.By Andrew Harnik / AP
Georgia Secretary Of State Wants To End General Election Runoffs
For Georgia voters, it may have seemed like a never-ending midterm cycle, with voters ultimately sending Sen. Raphael Warnock back to Washington.By Mike Stewart / AP
Inside the largest ice fishing tournament in Minnesota
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Scripps News school AED probe gets attention in Congress
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Why China allegedly sought help from fmr. Marine Daniel Duggan
In a 2017 indictment recently unsealed, U.S. prosecutors accuse Duggan of secretly using his expertise to teach Chinese fighter pilots.By AP