National and Virginia News Headlines: Tuesday Morning

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Tuesday, July 28. Also check out Jon Stewart taking on Mike Huckabee for his latest offensive insanity.

*Editors’ Note: Clinton Email Coverage (Massive #FAIL by the New York Times...)
*The GOP is just this screwed: Donald Trump, immigration and the Republicans’ massive rebranding failure ("New polling shows how the GOP can't win on immigration: The base really wants deportations, but no one else does")
*Jewish groups react to Mike Huckabee’s ‘oven’ remarks
*Boy Scouts lift ban on openly gay adult leaders
*Ex-Wife: Donald Trump Made Me Feel ‘Violated’ During Sex (Yep, Trump is as horrible as we all thought he was...)
*McCarthy: House will not vote on Senate’s highway funding bill ("McCarthy’s declaration that the House will not be 'taking up the Senate bill' means a short-term extension is the only way to prevent a lapse in federal infrastructure funding at the end of the week.")
*Hillary Clinton Refuses to Take a Position on the Keystone Pipeline
*Mitch McConnell summons restive Republicans for ‘combative’ sitdown
*Push to Reduce Sentencing Laws Gains Momentum *Poll: Va. voters split on Confederate flag plates, give McAuliffe 50% approval rating
*Editorial: Virginia will prove a 2016 battleground (Ya think?) *Proposed changes to Virginia voter registration stirs fears among GOP (Because the more people vote, the more Democrats win!)
*Our view: The governor and the pipeline ("When Gov. Terry McAuliffe was in town recently, he tried to brush aside questions about one of the big topics in this part of the state — the proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline.")
*A Times-Mirror conversation with Sen. Mark Warner
*So Long, Bacons Rebellion (Super-environmentalist Peter Galuszka definitely didn't belong at a Dominion-sponsored blog.)
*Fairfax police refuse information to father of police shooting victim David Masters
*Elbowing Chesapeake neighbors
*D.C. area forecast: Heat, humidity continue with bigger storm chances late week