The United States has made history again, but without the votes of North Carolina’s two senators. Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr voted against the confirmation of North Carolina native
Associated Press Both of North Carolina’s U.S. senators are opposing the confirmation of Greensboro native Loretta Lynch for attorney general, citing in part pending elections-law litigation by the Justice Department
Greensboro native Loretta Lynch is on her way to becoming the first African-American woman to become U.S. attorney general, but without the blessing of both North Carolina U.S. senators, who
(pictured above: Marchers depart from United Metropolitan on Sunday.) They marched. They chanted and sang. They voted. Souls to the Polls in Winston-Salem accomplished its mission Sunday. About 300 people left
Midterm elections tend to have far less voter turnout than presidential ones, but they can have just as big of
City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the
For the last five years, Kay Hagan has been a champion for North Carolina’s African American community in the U.
(pictured above: U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan addresses the crowd at the Benton Convention Center.) U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan on Saturday stumped