I have observed American politics for good part of my life, but never have I experienced the unashamed, wholesale attack on the working, middle and poor classes that is taking place under the Trump presidency.
How much of a person’s background should be researched and publicized when he or she runs for office or takes a job in public service?
The number of deadly train collisions keeps piling up years after Congress mandated that railroads install an automatic-braking technology to prevent such accidents.
While attending the N.C. Association of Fire Chiefs mid-winter conference, I had the opportunity to talk with fire chiefs from all areas of North Carolina.
More than four months after German voters punished their coalition government at the polls, the two main parties have agreed to try again.
For a solid 30 minutes, it looked like state legislators might actually have a bill that everyone could support.
Proposals to have the federal government help new parents take paid leave from their employment have generally come with serious disadvantages.
Politicians in North Carolina and just about everywhere else in the United States seem fixated on attracting large companies to their states, often by any means necessary.
U.S.Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., is a cautious guy. That’s a good trait for the senator leading his chamber’s Intelligence Committee.