RALEIGH – If you've never visited the state Legislative Building in Raleigh, it's worth your time, and not only because it's where your state lawmakers conduct their daily business when in session.
It's an architectural curiosity for a number of reasons, including its unique — some…
RALEIGH — Election season may not be the best time to go looking for sober reflection or respectful dialogue. For example, consider what happened recently when professors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill got wind of a new project on campus, created and funded by state…
WASHINGTON – Turkish troops crossed the border into Syria on Wednesday and together with Syrian rebels took back the ISIS-held town of Jarabulus, with the United States providing air support.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump's supporters can pretend otherwise, but deep down they must know the truth: Trump has been playing them for fools all along.
In 2013 the North Carolina Legislature implemented election reforms that included fewer early-voting days, voter ID and elimination of same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting.
Well it seems that Councilman Darius Horton has his driving privilege restored for now. It remains to be seen just how long it will take before his scofflaw attitude on the road results in another suspension or revocation.
Since N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles spokeswoman Marge Howell can't provide an explanation for how Elizabeth City City Councilman Darius Horton's revoked and/or suspended driver’s license was reinstated, maybe I can.
So our “golfer in chief” and worst president ever, Barack Obama, was embarrassed by Donald Trump into having to visit devastated Louisiana, after his 900th vacation.
I heard this amusing story recently: a preacher went to Abraham Lincoln and told him the Lord had appeared to him in a vision and told him he was on Lincoln’s side.
Anyone who has grown up or spent time in a small city or town has probably heard, or said: “There's nothing to do around here.”