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Officials say Vice President Mike Pence is spending part of the weekend at a southern Indiana park for a celebration of his son's wedding. Brown County State Park manager Doug Baird tells The (Bloomington) Herald-Times that Pence would be at the park Saturday but wouldn't provide details. Baird said he didn't... [Read More]
A National Guardsman from Berlin, Pa., charged with making threats about killing Vice President Mike Pence waived his right to a preliminary hearing and will now await trial on the... [Read More]
Staff Reports Vice President Mike Pence has returned to the Columbus area this weekend for a family wedding. Pence's son, Michael, is the groom. The younger Michael Pence married Sarah Whiteside in December in a small ceremony at the governor's mansion in Indianapolis, when Mike Pence was governor. Story continues below gallery But an Instagram... [Read More]
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If a metaphor could be used for this White House, it might be a two-sided coin with President Trump the head and Vice President Mike Pence the tail. [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to be in Denver next week. [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence is in Brown County this weekend to celebrate a family wedding. [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence is in Brown County this weekend to celebrate a family wedding. [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence is in Brown County this weekend to celebrate a family wedding. [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Vice President Mike Pence is back home again in Indiana this weekend. The vice president and his wife Karen will be at Brown County State Park on Saturday to attend a celebration of their son's marriage. Michael and Sarah Pence were married after last year's election at the Governor's Mansion. The wedding was a "small, little, intimate ceremony just for immediate family," Pence said at the time as he was in transition from being Indiana's governor to vice... [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-- Vice President Mike Pence is back home again in Indiana this weekend. The vice president and his wife Karen will be at Brown County State Park on Saturday to attend a celebration of their son's marriage. [Read More]
Vice President Mike Pence will be at Brown County State Park this weekend for a family wedding. Pence's son, Michael, is the groom. Property Manager Doug Baird said the vice president's visit should not have much of an impact on visitors or on traffic around the park. [Read More]
Vice President Mike Pence has returned to the Columbus area this weekend for a family wedding. Pence's son, Michael, is the groom. The younger Michael Pence married Sarah Whiteside in December in a small ceremony at the governor's mansion in Indianapolis, when Mike Pence was governor. But an Instagram post from Oct. [Read More]
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Five Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have sent a letter to Vice President Mike Pence urging him to repay the government for the cost of a recent trip to an Indianapolis Colts game. ... [Read More]
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But the artist believes 'sinister' Vice President Mike Pence could pose greater danger in the future... [Read More]
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An extremely private and intimate wedding ceremony at an Indiana state park Saturday for Vice President Mike Pence's son has come under a... [Read More]
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Tickets to See Mike Pence Discounted After Low Demand Not even Republicans are willing to pay big money to hear Vice President Mike Pence. The Colorado Republican Party has slashed prices for Pence's keynote address by 45 percent after failing to sell enough of the $275 tickets to the October ... [Read More]
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Ticket prices to see Vice President Mike Pence headline an event at the Denver Marriott Tech Center on October 26 have dropped by almost 50 percent due to a lack of sales. [Read More]
NBC's "Will & Grace" took another shot at conservatives on Thursday night, using exaggerated stereotypes to portray the right as homophobic with not-so-subtle jabs at Vice President Mike Pence. [Read More]
If a metaphor could be used for this White House, it might be a two-sided coin with President Trump the head and Vice President Mike Pence the tail. [Read More]
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