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North Korea warned Saturday that it is ready for an all-out war even as it dispatched its top diplomat to Russia amid a flurry of regional diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions over the North's deadly artillery attack on South Korea.
Diplomacy showed signs of life on the Korean Peninsula Thursday, two weeks after North Korea shelled its neighbor: China got off the sidelines and sent a top envoy to meet with Kim Jong-il, and an American governor whose visits have led to breakthroughs in the past announced another trip.
An Alaska judge will decide by Friday a case that will determine the fate of Republican Joe Miller's challenge to how write-in ballots were counted in the U.S. Senate race.
British tycoon Richard Branson has dreamed of going to space since he was a teenager. He'll get his wish when Virgin Galactic begins taking tourists into suborbital space from a specially designed spaceport in the New Mexico desert.
In a historic race in which New Mexico will elect its first female governor, the outcome could hinge on voter discontent with a man not even on the ballot: Gov. Bill Richardson.
Earlier this summer, as the debate over illegal aliens raged, pundits declared that Republicans jeopardized their political futures with Hispanic voters if they supported Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's get-tough immigration bill.
he most popular plots in American horror movies are about the "undead" - deceased people who won't stay dead. Last month, New Mexico's Democratic Gov. Bill Richardson announced, "If there is evidence, I will consider pardoning Billy the Kid." There is a growing controversy in that state as to whether a noted mass murderer and cop killer of the Old West should be granted a posthumous pardon.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is considering granting a posthumous pardon to Billy the Kid, angering descendants of Pat Garrett who call it an insult to recognize such a violent outlaw.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is considering granting a posthumous pardon to Billy the Kid, angering descendants of his rival, frontier lawman Pat Garrett, who call it an insult to recognize such a violent outlaw.