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Members of North Carolina student chapters of the NAACP sit in the gallery of the House chamber of the North Carolina General Assembly as lawmakers vote on voter identification legislation in Raleigh, N.C., on April 24, 2013.

Are Fears Over New Voting Restrictions Overblown?

African-American turnout in North Carolina increased during the most recent primary following a new law.

Christie and Paul Consistent in N.H.

Granite Staters have been stubbornly consistent when it comes to the GOP in 2016.

Chemical in W.Va. Spill Worse Than Thought

A chemical used to clean coal that leaked into the Elk River is even more potent than was stated.

GOP Wants to Send Immigrant Kids Home

GOP wants Bush-era trafficking law changed.

DOJ Won't Probe Alleged Spying on Congress

Sen. Dianne Feinstein claimed in March the CIA improperly surveilled staffers.

The FBI Spied on Nelson Mandela

New documents released by a FOIA lawsuit shows the FBI considered anti-apartheid activists a threat.

Market Volatility Thursday No Cause for Panic

Investors react to the FOMC minutes and overseas volatility.

Why LGBT Groups Turned on ENDA

Recent political shifts raised concerns about the anti-LGBT discrimination law's religious exemption.

Home, Rental Prices Rising Faster Than Wages

Trulia report finds that Miami's the most expensive rental market, while St. Louis is the most affordable.