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It looks like the remnants of a LEGO video game smashup superimposed over dreary reality: a major debris field of tiny plastic LEGO bricks strewn across a West Virginia highway, shutting it down and causing serious delays.
As first reported by the Charleston Gazette, nearly 20 teens were found living in a South Charleston apartment last weekend, claiming to attend West Virginia Prep Academy, a fake school created by former New Mexico State …
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In the seat-counting world of Washington today, even a death cannot stop the incessant speculative adding and subtracting. Robert Byrd’s body is barely cold and already the town is abuzz about who his replacement could be.
Byrd served his home state of West Virginia in the Senate for more than a third of its 144-year existence. He died early Monday morning.