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Wednesday, April 7, 2010 as of 11:14 AM ET

Gretchen Gailey

Washington, DC

Gretchen Gailey is a field producer in the Fox News Channel Washington bureau. Prior to coming to Fox she was a one-man-band reporter at NBC25 in Hagerstown, MD and a member of NBC News' Political Unit for the 2004 Presidential Election. She has covered stories ranging from the DC Sniper, to Michael Vick, from being on the ground in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti after the recent tragic 7.0 earthquake. Orginally from Pittsburgh, PA she loves her Steelers and even the Pirates too.

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August 11, 2010 6:44 PM

Israel Forces Change on US Travel Warning

WASHINGTON - Tourism season in Israel means big business for the Eilat region which is known for its busy port and resort areas. But a rocket fired recently in the region led the State Department to issue a travel warning for the area.  Displeased with the action, the Israeli government asked the State Department to retract it and they did. "Clearly, a particular ... read more



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August 11, 2010 5:57 PM

Secretary Clinton Approves of Imam’s Trip

WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is aware of and approves of the State Department-funded trip to the Middle East for the controversial imam of the Ground Zero mosque, according to state department sources. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf is considered controversial for his refusal to acknowledge Hamas as a terrorist organization as well as for a comment he made to ... read more



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June 12, 2010 9:51 PM

Baltimore PD Search for One of Their Own

WASHINGTON - Police in Baltimore, MD are conducting a manhunt looking for one of their own Saturday night. An arrest warrant has been issued for Officer Gahiji A. Tshamba for last week's ... read more



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May 18, 2010 12:08 PM

PA-12 Race: Candidates Say Jobs is Issue #1

Both the Democratic and Republican candidates in the special election to fill the late Democratic Rep. John Murtha’s seat agree that job creation is the most important thing as voters head to the polls Tuesday in Pennsylvania’s 12th District. "Jobs will be my top priority in Congress because that's what matters to Western Pennsylvanians," said Democrat Mark ... read more



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May 17, 2010 11:31 AM

Poll: PA Race Close, Both Parties Hurting

Just a day before voters cast their ballots, a new poll out by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling for the Pennsylvania 12th District predicts that the special election for the late Representative John Murtha’s House seat is going to come down to the wire, and voters are saying they’re unhappy with the status quo in Washington. “It looks like this will be an ... read more



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May 16, 2010 11:34 PM

President Clinton Stumps for Critz in PA-12

WASHINGTON - Democratic Congressional Candidate Mark Critz, running to replace the late Congressman John Murtha, brought in the big guns on Sunday to encourage voters to go to the polls Tuesday in Pennsylvania's 12th District special election. Former President Bill Clinton joined Critz in Johnstown, Pa., the hometown of Murtha, to rally voters out for Critz, "Think of ... read more



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May 14, 2010 7:03 PM

Sen. Brown Takes to the Road for Burns

WASHINGTON -- With just a few days to go until the special election to fill the seat held by the late U.S. Representative John Murtha, the big guns are coming out in Pennsylvania’s 12th District. In the case of Republicans that means "Senate Rock Star," Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown. Brown appeared at a campaign stop at the Washington County Courthouse just south of ... read more



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April 23, 2010 8:02 PM

Union Endorsement Heats Up PA Race

Democratic congressional candidate Mark Critz has received the endorsement of the United Mine Workers of America. This plug for the candidate could give his campaign a needed boost after a recent Public Policy Poll has him down three points to his opponent, Republican Tim Burns. In the Pennsylvania 12th District deep in the heart of the Appalachian mountains in western ... read more



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March 23, 2010 6:17 PM

Lawsuit Filed Against Health Care Reform

Virginia Solicitor General E. Duncan Getchell filed the first lawsuit against the new health care policy on the same day it was signed into law by President Obama. Virginia is one of at least a dozen states which has suggested it will oppose the Protection and Affordable Care Act with legal action. Some believe Virginia has the most promising chance of taking on the new ... read more



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February 19, 2010 1:45 PM

Preview of NTSB Hearing on Metro Crash

The National Transportation Board(NTSB) says safety oversight will be the main topic at their upcoming hearings on the deadly Metro Rail crash that occured last June, killing 9 and injuring several dozen. NTSB officials met with DC reporters this morning to go over next week's public hearings. Here are some of the highlights: The first panel will look at the ... read more