Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, November 28.
*McDonnell reviews agencies’ proposed cuts
*Transit advocates push for transit benefits extension as deadline nears
*Airport security officer helped smuggled heroin through Dulles
*O’Malley, McDonnell’s business duel moves offshore
*Shockoe Violence: Kudos to Herring
*Editorial: The politics and economics of coal
*Virginia could speed up the space race
*Powell: Tea Party presidential candidate can’t win in 2012
*House’s next move on payroll tax unclear
*For Redskins, 7th time is a charm
*Forecast: Mild Monday, rainy Tuesday, then cooler as December arrives
*Is YouTube the new ‘tube’ for the 2012 election?