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No pardon for Billythe Kid

No pardon for Billythe Kid

The rehabilitation of Billy the Kid lies dead in the dust. In one of his last official acts — or non-acts — before leaving office, New Mexico‘s governor refused to…

Davis drops Chicago mayor bid

The black community may rally around Moseley-Braun. Read the full story on Politico…

Sunday TV show tip sheet

Focus will be on the new Republican-controlled House and Obama’s agenda. Read the full story on Politico…

Top 10 breakout stars of 2010

Many of them show signs of becoming forces on the national political landscape. Read the full story on Politico…

Some governors plan toned-down inaugural affairs

CHICAGO (Reuters) – With the economy showing signs of life but millions of Americans still out of work, some newly elected or re-elected governors are keeping their inaugural parties simple,…

Yemen should delay proposed constitutional move: U.S.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States urged Yemen to hold off on reported plans for a vote as early as Saturday on proposed constitutional changes, calling for the government and…

Richardson decides not to pardon Billy the Kid

The New Mexico governor will announce Friday whether he will pardon the Wild West’s legendary outlaw Billy the Kid in the death of a sheriff more than a century ago.…

NJ governor rips storm-response critics

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted Democratic political opponents Friday for criticizing his absence from the state during the snowstorm that pounded the northeast over the Christmas holiday. Read the…

Obama unlikely to campaign for Rahm

Emanuel’s path to the Chicago mayor’s office leads straight through a political minefield. Read the full story on Politico…

Obama to face new defense battles

His two struggles heading into 2011 will be over Afghanistan and the size of the Pentagon’s budget. Read the full story on Politico…