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U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for the first time apologized for using a private email server for her official communications as secretary of state.
President Barack Obama secured 42 votes in the U.S. Senate for the international nuclear deal with Iran, more than enough to keep Congress from passing a resolution disapproving of the pact.
Stephen Colbert brought a mix of politics, patriotism, and Hollywood glamor to his debut hosting the CBS "Late Show" on Tuesday.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
Serena Williams kept her bid for a calendar-year Grand Slam intact by outslugging older sister Venus 6-2 1-6 6-3 in a power-packed quarter-final.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Jane Dittmar will announce September 17th that she's running for Congress.
City Councilors vote 4-1 for a new transient lodging ordinance.
City councilors delay a decision on amending a ground-lease for the YMCA at McIntire Park.
UVA sides with the U.S. Department of Education on blocking a release of documents involving last year's Rolling Stone article.
A magazine lists UVA as the nation's #3 public university and 26th among all of America's national universities.
State Police say 15 people lost their lives over the Labor Day weekend on Virginia's highways.
NBC released some clips of the upcoming episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," and while the president did try some exotic cuisine, he got off easier than other former guests.
Three decades after she gave up the crown amid a nude photo scandal, the 1984 winner is returning to the Miss America pageant.
There's been a delay in the first court hearing for a Fluvanna murder suspect.
Dominion says noise from a compressor station for its natural gas pipeline would have a silencer.
The NFL Commissioner denied allegations that he came down hard on the New England Patriots over "Deflategate" because the league was light-handed in dealing with the team over the a spying scandal in 2007.
Lawmakers head into tense debate on the Iran nuclear deal as they return to Washington from a five-week summer recess.