I'm totally noob to python so please forgive my mistake and lack of vocabulary. Long Story Short, I have the following list of array :
[url1, data1][url2, data2][url3, data3]etc...
for row in results.get('rows'):
[[url1, url2, url3,etc...]
If you just want the
url, and your data is basically a list of lists then you can just use the
index number, in this case
 as url is the 1st element in a nested list
l = [['url1', 'data1'],['url2', 'data2'],['url3', 'data3']] endlist =  for i in l: endlist.append(i) print endlist
['url1', 'url2', 'url3']
However, make sure how your data is structured. A list of lists looks like
[,,], where each nested list is seperated by a
, (comma) which is absent in the example you posted.