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The Virginia Beach Police Department used forged DNA evidence in at least five interrogations, the state's Attorney General announced this week. Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam places hand over his heart at a funeral for a state trooper Saturday in Chilhowie, Va., during one of his first public appearances since the blackface scandal broke. Steve Helber/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Virginia State Leaders Hold On Tight To Office After More Than A Week Of Turmoil

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Chef Ari Coleman calls the news that two top Virginia politicians have dressed in blackface "not acceptable" and "ridiculous." Mallory Noe-Payne/WVTF hide caption

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Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring says Virginia will no longer defend its constitutional ban on gay marriage. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Virginia's New Attorney General Will Not Defend Gay-Marriage Ban

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