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April 23. 2014 1:55PM

Jezebel - Kelly Faircloth: Would America lose it over a two-woman presidential ticket?

The New York Times points out that there are several women among the Democrats who qualify for a VP spot, or even their own run for president. There's Senator Elizabeth Warren (even though she says she isn't running), Minnesota's Senator Amy Klobuchar, Senator Kristen Gillibrand, and New Hampshire's Maggie Hassan.

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Audience laughs at Shaheen for ducking question on Obama

Sen Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) was laughed at by the audience at the New Hampshire Senate Debate on Tuesday when she would not give a clear answer on whether she approved of the job President Obama is doing.

Lads of 'Top Gear America' race the Appalachian Trail in 24 hours

Everyone's pretty confident as they move from Maine into New Hampshire, and promptly cause a jam on a covered bridge.

Part of Rockingham Park could be sold

Nearly one-third of the 170-acre Rockingham Park property may be sold to prominent restaurateur Joseph Faro.

Jeanne Shaheen lied about her nuclear energy record

Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown caught incumbent Jeanne Shaheen (D., N.H.) in a blatant lie about her position on nuclear energy during a debate Tuesday night.

HuffPo: Jeanne Shaheen says she's 'absolutely' proud of Obamacare tax

Shaheen, one of several vulnerable Democrats up for re-election in November, forcefully defended the health care law moments after Scott Brown, her Republican opponent, said he would fight to repeal it.

HotAir: Jeanne Shaheen’s victory lap on chemical weapons in Syria exposes ignorance

New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen may not have delivered the worst performance of her political career in a debate with former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, but she also provided opposition researchers and Republican ad makers with quite a bit of fodder to use against her in the remainder of the campaign.

WaPo: GOP wave will lift a lot of Senate candidates, NH will just be gravy

At this point, wins in North Carolina and New Hampshire would be gravy — welcome and very possible, but not essential to a Senate takeover.

Claremont teen pleads guilty to spray painting her name on a boulder atop Mt. Ascutney

A New Hampshire teenager pleaded guilty Tuesday to spray painting her name at an observation point on top of Mt. Ascutney last month.

Attorney in LaBarre murder trial sued over unpaid taxes

The attorney who represented Sheila LaBarre in her murder trial is now being sued over unpaid taxes.

Apple’s iCloud service suffers cyber-attack in China, putting passwords in peril

'A lot of users are likely to just click through this, and that’s something to worry about,' said Jonathan Zdziarski, a security researcher based in New Hampshire.

WSJ: Jodi Picoult on building her dream home

Today, I live in rural Hanover, N.H., with my husband and three children. It’s a beautiful, peaceful place, but like anything idyllic, fate had a hand.

Dramatic drop in childhood obesity, tooth decay

A statewide survey that tracked the actual weights of third-graders finds obesity rates have dropped by a whopping 30 percent since 2008.

Blue Latitudes back on its feet after sewage tsunami

DOVER — Blue Latitudes is back open, nearly nine weeks after a construction-related sewer backup damaged multiple downtown buildings. Owner Jeff Roemer said the restaurant opened quietly on Sunday and served dinner on Monday and Tuesday nights.

UNH scientist: Change in sun's behavior results in increased cosmic radiation that may thwart manned Mars missions

'Over time, it's become increasingly clear that the space environment is not returning to normal. There's been a sustained change in the way the sun is behaving,' the study’s lead researcher Nathan Schwadron of the University of New Hampshire, said.

Teal Pumpkin Project aims to help kids with allergies enjoy trick-or-treating

Linnea Clary's son, Brady, was diagnosed with nut, egg and dairy allergies at 6 months old.

Somersworth pumpkins pilfering probed

Sometime late Saturday night or Sunday thieves made off with hundreds of pumpkins.

Abu-Ghazaleh invited to join the Bretton Woods Committee

The Bretton Woods institutions were created in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire in 1944 at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference.

Conspiracy gives way to pleas on bribery charges

Robert Lustyik Jr., a 24-year veteran of the FBI, allegedly sold confidential, internal law enforcement information to Rizve Ahmed, with the help of co-conspirator Johannes Thaler.

FBI agent sold intel to Bangladeshi political operative in murder-for-hire scheme

Two Connecticut men pleaded guilty to bribing a FBI special agent as part of a scheme to threaten and possibly murder a Bangladeshi politician, the Justice Department announced Friday.

FairPoint accuses striking workers of intimidation

FairPoint Communications is accusing striking workers of intimidating contractors and employees and said automated phone-jamming attempted to disrupt call centers.

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