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New York Post interviews Frank Fiorina, a husband of soon to be First Women President - Carly Fiorina

200-year-old giant Salamander found in China. Discovered by fishermen this great mother amphibious is almost 1,50 metres long!

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper filed a petition with the state Supreme Court challenging Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman's authority to join a lawsuit challenging the Clean Power Plan.

Democrats swept the 2015 Pennsylvania Supreme Court election, winning three seats and changing the court's partisan balance.

Circuit Judge Sam Wright III defeated Court of Appeals Judge Janet Stumbo in the race for Kentucky's 7th District Supreme Court seat.

Spending in the 2015 Pennsylvania Supreme Court election has surpassed $15.8 million, breaking previous spending records and making this the most expensive supreme court election in U.S. history.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's defense team filed motions seeking to have the securities fraud charges against him dropped.

Last minute contributions to candidates for the three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have reached a record high amount of $11.5 million.

Record spending in the 2015 Pennsylvania Supreme Court election has prompted calls to change the way justices are selected.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will not discipline Justice Michael Eakin for exchanging offensive emails.

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam expects to appoint a new state Supreme Court justice by the end of the year.

Former State Representative Nelson Hardwick has been indicted on one count of misconduct in office after luring a female to his office, according to South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson.

New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan is attempting to call the Legislature for a special session to address the state's heroin problem.

A second Republican announced his candidacy for North Dakota state auditor

In Kentucky, Republican investor Matt Bevin led Democratic state Attorney General Jack Conway 52.5 percent to 44 percent with 99 percent of precincts reporting.

Louisiana candidate for governor David Vitter (R) is releasing an ad accusing his opponent of wanting to release "dangerous thugs, drug dealers, back into our neighborhoods."

Kentucky Governor-elect Matt Bevin is planning his transition, and others are making predictions about his administration.

Josh Gallion, the accounting manager for the North Dakota Public Service Commission, will be the second Republican to enter the race for state auditor.

Texas state auditor John Keel announced that he is resigning after 11 years.

California will vote in 2016 on condoms for porn actors

Mainers have approved changes aimed at bolstering the state's campaign finance rules and clean election law.

California measure that would require voter approval for projects funded by bond revenue that cost more than $2 billion.

North Dakota group resubmits medical marijuana petition after it was rejected for missing components.

Drug pricing advocates affiliated with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation to file 550,000 signatures to qualify The California Drug Price Relief Act for the ballot.

Group begins gathering signatures to lower California's legal drinking age to 18.

Ohio Issue 3, which would have amended the state constitution to legalizes marijuana by creating a pot-growing monopoly, was defeated by nearly a two-to-one margin in today's voting, projections said.

Houston's controversial equal rights ordinance failed by a wide margin, with voters repealing the law that offered broad non-discrimination protections, according to incomplete returns.

New California campaign for a ballot measure calling for a faster death penalty execution process.

Animal activists model Oregon initiative after Washington's 2015 ballot measure to ban ivory sales.

University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") removed the state flag, as it contains the Confederate battle flag—what USA Today called "a symbol of slavery"—in a ceremony this morning.

New testing among men in Sierra Leone shows the Ebola virus can persist in semen nine months after symptoms start.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper calls marijuana "infinitely worse than tobacco."

Russia begins day 2 of bombing IS targets in Syria, but others dispute their intended targets.

Hackers have stolen personal information from 15 million T-mobile customers.

Five sports have been proposed by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games organisation committee and could be added to the next Summer Olympics: Karate, Baseball/Softball, Surfing, Sport Climbing, Skateboarding,

Martin Winterkorn's days as head of Volkswagen AG appeared numbered on Tuesday after the company said a scandal over falsified vehicle emission tests in the U.S. could affect 11 million cars globally.

Queen Elizabeth has overtaken Queen Victoria as Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

Nigerian state to pay clerics USD $1 million in return for prayers against the islamic extremist group Boko Haram

America's team Evil Geniuses win DOTA 2 championship, claiming $6.6 million reward.

Dutch prosecutors said Tuesday they have found what they believe could be parts of a Buk missile system at the site in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was brought down last year.

Tokyo's District Court has ruled that bitcoin is "not subject to ownership", with a judge informing a plaintiff he could not claim for bitcoins lost in the Mt Gox collapse.

Mariah Carey, a five-time Grammy winner and best-selling female artist of all time received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with 4-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan right by her side.

Mairah Carey, a five-time Grammy winner and best-selling female artist of all time received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with 4-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan right by her side.

Yakub Memon, convicted as "a driving spirit" for the 1993 bomb blasts in Mumbai that killed 257 people, was hanged a little before 7 AM IST at Nagpur Central Prison.

E. L. Doctorow, a leading figure in contemporary American letters whose popular, critically admired, and award-winning novels—including “Ragtime,” “Billy Bathgate,” and “The March”—died Tuesday at 84.

Baby pig reportedly saved by mysterious words appearing in spider web.

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A video has emerged on YouTube, allegedly from a NASA live feed from the International Space Station, showing three blurred UFOs — in the form of white dots — blasting out of Earth’s atmosphere

A diamond in the rough was discovered in Arkansas by a lady. It was half the size of a coin and the site of the finding was the Crater of Diamonds State Park.