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State Sen. Evan Jenkins, Rep. Nick Rahall's Republican challenger, is launching a robocall to push back on a recent super-PAC ad that touts Rahall's record on coal.
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Under election-year pressure from constituents, the Senate in an unusual show of bipartisan cooperation voted 77-22 to overhaul a federal law that has triggered massive increases in flood insurance premiums around the country, including for about 2,000 in West Virginia's Northern Panhandle.
A former longtime Fiesta Bowl chief executive who acknowledged participating in an illegal campaign contribution scheme faces sentencing Thursday in federal court.
Debate over a powerful new painkiller ratcheted up Thursday as the head of the Food and Drug Administration defended the drug's approval and a West Virginia Senator responded with a bill to force it off the market.
West Virginia's congressional delegation is calling upon President Barack Obama and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to reconsider FEMA's decision that vetoed West Virginia's request for federal assistance and emergency protective measures following the Jan. 9 chemical spill in the Elk River.
President Obama has called for releasing the torture report at the heart of a dispute between its author, the Senate Intelligence Committee, and its subject, the of spying on Senate staffers and seizing material from their computers as part of an effort to undermine the exhaustive report on the agency's torture and rendition program.
DEMS IN DISARRAY OVER OBAMACARE Jake Sherman and Burgess Everett report for the hometown paper: "Democrats can't even agree whether Obamacare was the reason for their crushing loss in a Florida special election Tuesday.
In politics, just about every candidate for office wants to be thought of as a friend of the police.
Last week, U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen , Ron Johnson , Kelly Ayotte and Joe Manchin introduced S. 2078, the Stop Motorcycle Checkpoint Funding Act.
Russia, locked in a standoff with the West over Ukraine, would be unable to thwart a complete or partial U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan even if it cut off access to Russian supply routes, a top U.S. general said on Wednesday.
The Fayette County Commission sent a letter Tuesday to Congressman Nick Rahall, Senator Joe Manchin, and Senator Jay Rockefeller.
More than a dozen senators pressed Vice Adm. Mike Rogers - President Barack Obama's pick to lead the National Security Agency - for his views Tuesday on government surveillance overreach and the continued fallout from Edward Snowden's stolen secret documents.
The American Academy of Pediatrics isn't so happy about one of the three ACA-tweaking bills the House is expected to pass today.
It's no secret that many U.S. lawmakers are a bit behind the times in terms of technology.
With a Senate vote on relief for millions of property owners facing soaring flood insurance premiums potentially just days away, area House members who supported the compromise bill are confident senators will follow suit.