The latest news on North Carolina
In North Carolina, economic development means more than chasing after factories and call centers.
Republicans call for democracy in other countries while suppressing voters here in the U.S.
ACLU and NAACP allege law suppresses minority voter rights.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — With changes to its unemployment law taking effect this weekend, North Carolina not only is cutting benefits for those who file new claims, it will become the first state disqualified from a federal compensation program for the long-term jobless.
Twenty year Congressional veteran Mel Watt picked to head Fannie and Freddie's regulator.
The National Day of Reason is an alternative to the National Day of Prayer, also on May 2.
On healthcare, taxes, and unemployment benefits, Republicans are allowing ideology to trump sound policy judgement.
The North Carolina license plates don't violate the First Amendment.
The number of GOP governorships surges to its highest level in 12 years.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Dozens of volunteers armed with clipboards and voter registration forms gather at President Barack Obama's field office here every day. Their mission: Fan out across the city seeking new voters in this rapidly growing state.