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  • Republicans Key On North Carolina Race

    "Twenty-four times" is Thom Tillis' answer, delivered with a faint flicker of a Cheshire Cat smile. The question was: How many times, that his campaign knows of, has Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan of North Carolina said on camera that under Obamacare, if you like your health insurance, you can keep it? Tillis will be sharing some of her video promises with voters as he seeks to become part of a Republican Senate majority in January 2015.
  • Results are mixed when feds try to reform local police

    WASHINGTON As the Justice Department pursues new cases involving the deaths of black suspects, a recent North Carolina courtroom clash shows what can happen when the federal government becomes entangled with local policing. It can get uglier than a mug...

    Nichola D. Gutgold: Girls need to see women as political role models

    Nichola D. Gutgold: Girls need to see women as political role models
    Midterm elections are over, and women made some notable gains. Among them were the elections of Mia Love of Utah, who will become the first African-American female Republican member of Congress, and Elise Stefanik, a 30-year-old from New York who will...

    After expensive, brutal ad war, N.C. Senate candidates focus on voters

    At the close of the most expensive Senate race in history, Republican challenger Thom Tillis joined his volunteers in county GOP headquarters here in North Carolina's largest city on the afternoon before election day, making last-minute calls to voters....

    Women's Place In History Should Be Front And Center

    Women's Place In History Should Be Front And Center
    On the evening of April 26, 1777, 16-year-old Sybil Ludington, the daughter of a respected militia colonel, jumped on her horse and rode from her family's home in Patterson, N.Y., to warn of an impending attack by the British. Ludington rode 40 miles in a...