North Carolina's top law enforcement official says he'll vote against a proposed constitutional amendment on next month's ballot that would make clear traditional marriage is the only recognized domestic legal union in the state.
Opponents of a proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in North Carolina are unveiling a pair of television ads which they say describes how the measure would hurt children and victims of domestic violence.
Edwards pleaded not guilty to six criminal counts related to nearly $1 million in secret payments from two wealthy supporters. Much of the money was used to hide the then-married politician's pregnant mistress during his 2008 campaign.
The redrawn boundaries for North Carolina General Assembly districts are expected to give Republicans the advantage over Democrats to preserve their new majorities in the Legislature through the rest of the decade.
Mitt Romney has staked much of his fate as a presidential candidate on an argument that Democratic incumbent Barack Obama has failed the nation fiscally, and as a Republican commander in chief, he’d be a better steward of the economy.
Charles Colson, the tough-as-nails special counsel to President Richard Nixon who went to prison for his role in a Watergate-related case and became a Christian evangelical helping inmates, has died. He was 80.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's urgent task now: Learn the lessons of a primary season peppered with tactical and communications errors that cost time and money while reinforcing doubts about him.
Some North Carolina judges have ordered Republican legislative leaders and attorneys who worked on redistricting maps last year to provide more documents requested by Democratic elected officials and allies challenging the maps in court.
The widow of the driving force behind a constitutional amendment on next month's ballot in North Carolina urged women at a pro-amendment rally to bring others to the polls to support traditional marriage.
With the Republican presidential primary season essentially over and with the general election campaign now under way, President Barack Obama begins the race with a six-point lead over presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
In an election season when the economy is king, the central debate between President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney comes down to what is enough. Enough growth in the economy. Enough job creation.