The First 100 Days: Trump's Action Plan Annotated

The end of this week marks the 100th day of President Trump's term, and NPR is revisiting his full action plan, with annotations from journalists throughout the newsroom, taking stock of how the president's accomplishments compare with his campaign promises.

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The debate over the Atlantic Coast Pipeline continues, and as Nick Gilmore reports, environmental groups are still very concerned about how Dominion plans to deal with environmental impacts.

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Virginia Republicans are coming around on the new plan to revive the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. Matt Laslo has the details from Washington.

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The hotly contested Democratic primary for governor this June is exposing a fault line, a growing generational divide inside the party. Michael Pope talked with millennial Democrats to get their view of the primary, and what they want from politics.

Students Light Up the Screen at Light House Studio

Apr 27, 2017
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When it comes to after-school activities, things like football, marching band or academic teams come to mind. Now, one Charlottesville non-profit is giving students another unique option: filmmaking.

Across Virginia, city councils and boards of supervisors are voting on their budgets for the coming year. And, as Michael Pope reports, many are following the same script.

Feds Probe Virginia Developer

Apr 26, 2017

Critics say the federal government has spent too little to maintain public housing over the years.  Now many of those apartments and town homes are in bad shape, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development is experimenting with a controversial new approach to improvements.  Sandy Hausman has details.

Opera Roanoke's Premier of Appalachian set "Susannah"

Apr 26, 2017
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The only major American opera set in Appalachia will be performed this weekend at Opera Roanoke.  It’s called, “Susannah” and it evokes the beauty of the region in all its summer-time glory. Even though it was written in the 1950s, the story of its strong female lead facing down the establishment, resonates with the political power struggles of today.   

New Fund Looks to Help Stem Tide of Opioid Crisis

Apr 26, 2017
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For the record number of people addicted to opiates in Virginia, help is on the way.

Richmond Sets Ambitious Environmental Goals

Apr 26, 2017
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Virginia’s capital city is looking to become energy efficient. Richmond’s mayor is pushing a new proposal to drastically cut carbon emissions. But, as Mallory Noe-Payne reports, details on how that will be accomplished are limited.

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Congress is back in session today following a two-week break. It was right before they left that lawmakers failed to pass a repeal-and-replace bill on healthcare. Three Virginia Republicans are members of the far-right leaning House Freedom Caucus, who opposed that bill. Now that President Trump looks likely to bring healthcare back up, Matt Laslo caught up with Virginia’s Republicans to ask them what kind of legislation they could support.

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