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2016 Vice Presidential Debate
Vice Presidential candidates Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence met at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.
Sen . Mark Warner Talks Virginia History at the Vice Presidential Debate
Sen. Warner joins ABC News' MaryAlice Parks in the spin room at the vice presidential debate.
Senators Demand Timeline of Yahoo's Handling of Massive Data Breach
In a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer today, six Democratic senators have asked the tech company to provide further details of a massive data breach the company revealed last week, including when exactly the company became aware of it. Since the hack was publicly revealed on Sept. 22, questions
Senator Questions Yahoo's Handling of Data Breach Disclosure, Calls for SEC Investigation
Sen. Mark Warner , D-Va., asked the Securities and Exchange Commission today to open an investigation into whether Yahoo “fulfilled its obligations under federal securities laws to keep the public and investors informed,” about a massive security breach revealed last week. The company revealed that
6 Senators Urge Obama to Prioritize Cybersecurity at G20
Six senators have sent President Obama a letter urging him to make cybersecurity a priority at this weekend’s G20 Summit in China. The senators, who are all Democrats, cited the theft of $81 million from the Central Bank of Bangladesh by hackers in February as well as other attacks as giving
Tim Kaine on Giving Hillary Clinton 'Candid Advice'
ABC's David Muir interviewed Sen. Tim Kaine at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 28, 2016.
Tim Kaine Reacts to DNC Speech, Vice Presidential Nomination
Sen. Kaine tells "GMA" about his Donald Trump impersonation in his DNC speech and the unity of the Democratic Party.
Tim Kaine Officially Accepts the Vice Presidential Nomination For the Democratic Party
The former Virginia Governor says "we should all be feeling the Bern so we don't get burned by the other guy."
Hillary Clinton Picks Tim Kaine: Reactions to her Running Mate Choice
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton announced Senator Tim Kaine as her vice presidential pick, a senator from Virginia, as well as a former Virginia governor and chair of the Democratic National Committee. After texting supporters, Clinton posted this tweet: I'm thrilled to announce my