WASHINGTON (AP) _ In one of his final acts, President Clinton on Saturday pardoned more than 100 Americans, including his former Whitewater business partner Susan McDougal and former Housing Secretary Henry Cisneros, officials said.

The sources said Clinton also pardoned his brother, Roger Clinton, who had been convicted of a drug charge, as well as Hearst heiress Patty Hearst and former Navaho Nation chief Peter MacDonald.

The list also was notable for the number of people it did not include. Among them, the sources said: Webster Hubbell, a former law partner of Hillary Rodham Clinton; Jonathan Pollard, a former Navy analyst imprisoned for spying for Israel; one-time Wall Street financier Michael Milken; and Leonard Peltier, convicted of killing two FBI agents on an Indian reservation in 1975.