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- John Boehner says GOP should support gay candidates: ‘I do’
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Brisk and radiating eagerness Monday morning, a new team of hosts took its place on CBS' "The Early Show."
Harry Smith finished 2010 by ending his run on CBS' "Early Show" after two stints at the morning anchor desk that totaled 17 years.
After a lengthy debate that aroused national and international attention, Bill Richardson announced on his last day as New Mexico's governor that he would not grant a pardon to long-dead outlaw Billy the Kid.
Billy the Kid, the Old West outlaw who killed at least three lawmen and tried to cut a deal from jail with territorial authorities, won't be pardoned, Gov. Bill Richardson said Friday, nearly 130 years after the gunslinger's death.
Failed U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell said Thursday that accusations she misspent campaign funds are politically motivated and stoked by disgruntled former campaign workers.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said Friday that the country is evolving on the issue of gay marriage and he thinks it's inevitable there will be national consensus.
New York's two senators said Monday that the votes are there for Congress to approve a scaled-back bill providing extra benefits to emergency workers who responded to the attacks on the World Trade Center.
President Obama lobbied senators by phone Monday to back an arms treaty with Russia that he's called a national security imperative, as a top Senate Democrat conceded "house by house combat" would be needed to win enough GOP votes to prevail.
Sens. Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Democrats, said Monday that the votes are there for Congress to approve a scaled-back bill providing extra benefits to emergency workers who responded to the attacks on the World Trade Center.