North Carolina is the only state still treating all 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in the criminal justice system after the passage of Raise the Age legislation in New York earlier this month.
North Carolina legislators filed a bill Tuesday calling on the state to reject the U.S. Supreme Court's 2015 legalization of same-sex marriage.
Gov. Roy Cooper signed his first bill into law Friday.
On Tuesday, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein announced their intent to withdraw an appeal of a federal ruling that overturned the state’s voter ID law.
Though false news stories were far from the only unprecedented factor in the 2016 election cycle, they continuously attract attention.
Within hours of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a sea of red trucker hats had given way to thousands of pink, woven alternatives — leaving the District of Columbia warm but divided.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to rebuke a resolution passed by the United Nations Security Council in December condemning further Israeli settlements.
A North Carolina voting law and the state's voting districts for the General Assembly were contested by federal courts over claims of racial discrimination this election year.
Incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory officially conceded to Roy Cooper Monday, after weeks of challenges to the general election results.