D.C. Headlines: Among the priorities of a new Va. congressman: void D.C.’s strict gun laws

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D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton says Rep. Thomas Garrett should mind his own district
 
 
 
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Among the priorities of a new Va. congressman: void D.C.’s strict gun laws
D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton says Rep. Thomas Garrett should mind his own district
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Man held for mental exam after arrest for false bomb threat near White House
Roanoke suspect also allegedly said bomb was asteroid, claimed telepathic contact with Trump
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Tenn. man sentenced in 2016 BB gun incident that locked down Capitol
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