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This letter to the editor can be found in today's print edition on page A4.
North Carolina’s two Republican U.S. senators waded Wednesday into the debate on whether the state should withdraw from accepting the final three months of federal extended unemployment benefits.
This letter to the editor can be found on page A4 of today's print edition.
The U.S. Justice Department has ended its investigation of U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., apparently declining to bring charges of insider stock trading, according to statements Tuesday from Burr and his attorney.
Shock, anger and sadness are sweeping over the community with the death of Officer Jason Shuping, who was killed in the line of duty Wednesday night in Concord.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cal Cunningham stopped by Plush Kutz Barber College to speak with students Friday.
Sen. Thom Tillis and conservative activists Diamond and Silk were among the speakers at a rally for Republican candidates at L.P. Frans Stadiu…
Two of the Republicans on the Judiciary Committee, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Mike Lee of Utah, tested positive for coronavirus after they attended Barrett's Rose Garden announcement at the end of last month, and a third Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, tested positive soon thereafter.
HARRIS: "The president said it was a hoax.”
A feverish and fatigued President Donald Trump was spending the weekend at a military hospital for treatment of COVID-19 as new cases emerged among some of his top advisers and allies. Here's the latest.
Republican senators facing tough reelection races this fall steered clear of criticizing President Donald Trump after his stunning admission that he downplayed the severity of the crisis caused by the spread of coronavirus, dodging questions regarding his remarks or defending his overall response to the pandemic.
Never has there been a greater opportunity for conservatives to lead on clean energy than right now. The COVID-19 pandemic brought our nation’…
The National Republican Senatorial Committee, along with conservative outside groups such as Americans for Prosperity Action, have invested heavily on North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis’ behalf in recent weeks, but it may not be enough to compensate for Trump’s eroding support in the Tar Heel State. The NRSC disclosed spending shy of $4 million in ads against Tillis’ challenger, Democrat Cal Cunningham, an Army veteran and former state senator. Democratic super PACs are also making the race a priority.
Calls for U.S. Sen. Richard Burr to resign following two COVID-19-related developments are supported by half of North Carolinians, according to a Public Policy Polling poll released Tuesday.
Perhaps someday politicians who show a complete lack of leadership, courage, and basic interest in governance will come to be known as a Tilli…
The U.S. Senate has joined the House in voting to terminate President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration for border wall funding. The resolution sets Trump up for the first veto of his presidency.
The third and final compensation payment to North Carolina eugenics victims is expected to be mailed soon, state administrative officials confirmed Wednesday.
We taxpayers foot the bill when the city builds parking decks in downtown Hickory. Therefore I believe they should be available for all to use.