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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia (and national) news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, December 29.

*‘Fiscal cliff’ agreement said to be within reach (Anything Mitch McConnell’s involved in makes me nervous, how about you?)

*Obama to GOP: Last chance

*Sen. Michael Crapo won’t fight Alexandria DUI charge

*GOP Senators Want To Take Debt Ceiling Hostage In Order To Raise Retirement Age

*Are These Guys Really In Charge Of The Republican Party? (“From a DUI to fumbled fiscal cliff talks, there’s no time for soul-searching in a leaderless party. ‘It’s a shit show,’ says one.”)

*Road revenue bills filed by legislators

*After the Newtown shootings, Virginia breaks a record for gun permits

*Va. lawmakers likely to examine innocence law

*Supporters see changed feelings on sales tax used for roads

*Map success for Norfolk schools

*Feds seize 214 pounds of khat at Dulles airport

*Little hope for significant snowfall

*How RGIII won over his teammates