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  • Sabato's 'Crystal Ball': North Carolina Senate race favors Democrats

    Part of the reason Hagan is so strong, writes Crystal Ball Managing Editor Kyle Kondik, is because her Republican opponent Thom Tillis is underperforming.

  • Foxx won't run for Senate in 2016

    "[Foxx] has no intentions of running against a senator who supported his nomination and told Senator Burr in so many words several months after being confirmed," spokeswoman Meghan Keck wrote.

  • Sen. Kay Hagan expands lead in North Carolina Senate race: Poll

    North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan has opened up a 9-point lead over her Republican challenger Thom Tillis, according to a new poll released Monday.

  • Voting has already begun in North Carolina

    There are only 50 days left until this year's midterm elections -- but voting has already begun in some states.

  • Future could see more RICO cases like Garlock’s, expert says

    Grell MINNEAPOLIS (Legal Newsline) – The future will see more racketeering lawsuits like those filed by Garlock Sealing Technologies against plaintiffs attorneys, an attorney/professor says. In January, four lawsuits were filed by Garlock Sealing Technologies against asbestos firms in U.S....

  • Company owners charged with bilking federal preference programs

    Owners of a North Carolina construction company face charges they fraudulently obtained federal contracts using preferences reserved for small businesses run by disadvantaged minorities or disabled veterans, according to federal prosecutors.

  • Brookings removes rich man from influence list

    North Carolina businessman Art Pope successfully got himself removed from the think tank's "U.S. Billionaires Political Power Index."

  • Republican poll shows tie in North Carolina race

    Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., was tied with Republican challenger Thom Tillis at 44 percent, according to a GOP poll shared with the Washington Examiner.

  • O'Malley to keynote at NC Democratic dinner

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has another keynote address scheduled at a Democratic dinner outside of his home state. The North Carolina Democratic Party has announced O'Malley will speak at its 2014 Western Gala in Asheville, North Carolina, on Oct. 18. The term-limited...

  • North Carolina Senate debate becomes a numbers game

    It's one of the closest, most competitive races in the country, propelled by many millions of dollars in spending, and with one Senate seat as the prize.

  • North Carolina woman pleads guilty in Medicaid scam

    The woman admitted this week to running a business based entirely on using Medicaid patients' ID numbers to bill the government for services, whether they needed them or not. 

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders continues his unorthodox 2016 campaign

    The Vermont senator, an independent who aligns with Democrats, hosted a town hall forum at a Baptist church in Raleigh to discuss "the fight for economic justice."

  • GOP: Obama only interested in 'playing pool, drinking beers'

    The GOP is charging that President Obama's photo ops at blue collar bars and pool halls have done little to help the unemployment and weak economy slamming Middle America.

  • VIDEO: Obama announces new executive actions for veterans' health care

    On the same day President Obama announced new executive actions aimed at improving health care for veterans, the Veterans Affairs Department's Office of Inspector General released a report saying that there's no proof delays in care caused deaths at the Phoenix VA hospital.

  • Obama: A 'new culture of accountability' at Veterans Affairs

    President Obama on Tuesday insisted that his administration has improved access to medical care at beleaguered Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals, telling veterans that the White House would not sweep aside chronically ignored health care problems.



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