It’s time for me to leave this place.
My phone shed its mortal coil last week.
I’ll always remember one of my first poli sci classes at UNC when the professor asked us to define politics. Someone raised their hand and said in Latin “poli” means many and “ticks” are small bloodsucking termites.
Betrayal is all I can seem to do these days — which is odd, because I don’t think of myself as a traitor.
Of the fanatics I’ve met in this world, I think journalists are the most impressive. Take my friend who covered the Women’s March on Washington.
I remember once trying to solve a problem during high school algebra that was way over my head and making a few unnecessary steps along the way.
Can I just have a moment of your time and ask a silly question please? I’m just wondering, we can all agree that punching people in the face and not in self-defense is wrong, right? Yes? Good.
The N.C. Republican Party abandoned an agreement to repeal House Bill 2 Wednesday by trying to introduce new terms to the arrangement.
The N.C. General Assembly has filed a bill for consideration during an emergency session held Wednesday.
For this week's Paigeturner Tuesday, Assistant State and National Editor Benji Schwartz gives Harper Lee's controversial "Go Set a Watchman" four stars, praising the book as a nuanced view of race and idolization.
While school was out over the summer, Congress was in, and N.C. politicians didn’t disappoint. Reps. David Price, D-N.C. jc, and Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., all made their way into the news.
After the pair of televised U.S. Senate debates on Oct. 7 and 9, students might have been able to sympathize with Sen. Kay Hagan — she was being called out on attendance.Republican challenger Thom Tillis called Hagan out at both debates for missing half of the 2014 meetings of the Senate's Armed Services Committee.
What does a high-profile White House break-in that occurred in September have to do with North Carolina's midterm election?Nothing, say many people.It shows that Kay Hagan has bad foreign policy experience, says Republican U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis.
The View from the Hill broke down the 2014 State of the Union address. Weigh in on the discussion in the comments.