By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle State Republican lawmakers may be pleased with themselves after redrawing North Carolina’s 13-district congressional maps last week, but the N.C. NAACP is not.
Frank Clemente Guest Columnist Surprisingly, Congress’s $680 billion holiday-season tax deal will bring some cheer to working families and not just to big corporations this year. Refundable tax credits putting
Imagine that you were driving on the interstate like everyone else, then a big semi-truck slows down in front of you, making you slow down. You ask, “Why is this
Disappointed in Senator Tillis’ vote To the Editor: Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) on Thursday, Feb. 26, released the following statement regarding North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis’ vote against the
Associated Press Both of North Carolina’s U.S. senators are opposing the confirmation of Greensboro native Loretta Lynch for attorney general,
(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S.
In photo: Mia Love will represent Utah’s U.S. House 4th District in a state where Blacks account for just 1.3
Pundits are likely to spend the next several weeks attempting to explain the many reasons that Republicans simply kicked the
So, let’s be clear about what is transpiring before our eyes in Gaza. It most recently started when the Palestine Authority
(pictured above: Candidates (from left) State Rep. Marcus Brandon, Curtis Osborne, State Rep. Alma Adams, State Sen. Malcolm Graham, Ravjive Patel