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Lawmakers Look To Move Past Weiner Scandal

Several of the region's lawmakers say it's good that New York Congressman Anthony Weiner has resigned. Maryland Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger says it's time to move on.

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WaPo's McCartney: Ehrlich Aide Indicted Over Robocalls Case, Allen Releases Economic Blueprint, MoCo Dealing With Traffic from U.S. Open

Robert McCartney talks about the top stories going on around the region, including the indictment of a senior aide to former Gov. Robert Ehrlich over robocalls, the release of George Allen's economic blueprint, and the traffic effects from the U.S. Open on Montgomery County.

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CQ Roll Call: Weiner Resigns, Residual Effects For Democrats, Replacing Weiner's Seat, Obama And Boehner To Golf

David Hawkings, editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, talks about the top stories on Capitol Hill week, including Anthony Weiner's resignation and the expected residual effects for the democrats, how Weiner's District is planning to fill his seat, and what we can expect from President Obama and Speaker Boehner's golf game this Saturday.

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Cuccinelli To Church Leaders: Don't Shy Away From Political Talk

Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli told Fredericksburg-area clergy Thursday that they shouldn't be afraid to speak out about candidates and issues. They just need to be careful to avoid outright endorsements that could jeopardize their churches' tax-exempt status.

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Top Campaign Aide To Former Md. Governor Indicted In Robocall Probe

The top prosecutor in Maryland says a senior aide and a consultant hired by former Gov. Robert Ehrlich have been indicted in an investigation into robocalls made on Election Day in 2011.

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Md. Congressman: Weiner Resignation 'Right For The Country'

Several of the region's lawmakers say it's a good thing embattled Democrat Rep. Anthony Weiner has now resigned from Congress.

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Kaya Henderson Gets High Marks At Confirmation Hearing

Acting D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson hasn't been confirmed as the permanent schools chief just yet. The council is expected to vote on her confirmation next Tuesday, but Thursday the public got a chance to offer input on the decision.

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