You know them as the also-rans -- those colorful candidates who made a splash on the campaign trail, only to fade from the news after the election ended. These candidates may have tanked in the polls, but they certainly knew how to capture public attention. takes a look at what these also-rans are doing now.
Chris Ferguson says the official report about Sandy Hook shooting offers insights but no answer to the killing.
The White House said Thursday that President Obama briefly lived with an uncle who faced deportation from the United States, correcting its previous statements that the president had never met Onyango Obama.
Brandi Glanville may be best known as the loud-mouthed, combative single mom on the popular “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” but there’s much more to this 41-year-old former model than meets the eye.
In Rhode Island, Maine and Massachusetts so-called "blue laws" prohibit large supermarkets, big box stores and department stores from opening on Thanksgiving.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed landmark legislation Thursday to reform Illinois' massively-underfunded pension system, though the new law is certain to face threatened lawsuits by labor unions.
The host of HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” took a shot at Bostonians during Friday’s episode while speaking with guest Anthony Weiner regarding the Red Sox World Series parade on Nov. 2, which drew millions of baseball fanatics to Fenway Park months after the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15.
The Prince of Wales is preparing to meet some of the emergency workers who were involved in the Glasgow helicopter crash operation.
An elementary school in Frisco, Texas is believed to be the first in the state to violate “The Merry Christmas Law” after they banned Christmas trees and the colors red & green from an upcoming “winter” party.
Paul Flowers resigned as deputy chairman of Co-op Group in June because of concerns about his "excessive" use of expenses, the BBC learns.

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