While voting in Chicago, President Obama and a couple, got into friendly exchange, after the man told the president “don’t touch my girlfriend”.
Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive officer of a large French Oil company, died after his plane collided with a snowplow on the airport’s runway.
Jeffrey Edward Fowle has been released by North Korea. Fowle was accused of leaving a bible in a night club.
A man was shot by cops after he tried to run down two Canadian soldiers in Montreal. A Canadian politician said it’s a “possible terror attack.”
Ernst is the Republican candidate in the hotly contested Iowa 2014 Senate Race. Self-described “mother, soldier, independent,” she is challenging Democratic opponent Bruce Braley.
Ron Klain has been named as America’s Ebola czar by President Obama. He served as Joe Biden and Al Gore’s chief of staff.
Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was kicked out of the Navy after failing a cocaine test.
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida refused to come out at the start of his debate with former Gov. Charlie Crist because Crist had been given a fan and Scott hadn’t.
Elaine Chao was Secretary for Labor under George W. Bush, and is married to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.
Doug Butzier, an Iowa Senate candidate, was killed in plane crash on October 13.
McConnell is the Senate Minority Leader, and is fighting to save his seat from Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in the 2014 Senate elections.
Cylvia Hayes, Oregon’s first lady, has admitted to marrying an Ethiopian man 15 years ago for money and so he could get a Green Card.
A document dump from Bill Clinton’s presidential library reveals the extent to which officials tried to obstruct the media on the Whitewater investigation.
In shocking new allegations regarding the infamous 2012 Secret Service hooker scandal, a senior White House aide named Jonathan Dach may also have gotten in on the act.
Congressman Bruce Braley is the Democratic opponent for the U.S. Senate seat in Iowa, where he’s up against Republican Joni Ernst.