Sen. Kay Hagan
A change to state law forced the federal government to drop long-term unemployment benefits for North Carolina residents. Language included in a Senate bill would bring federally-funded long-term benefits back to the state.
A new pro-Hagan ad buy by Democratic super PAC Senate Majority takes a swipe at GOP contender Thom Tillis.
More than 40 new state laws are scheduled to take effect on Sunday. Most deal with criminal offenses and punishments. Some of this year's laws came straight from the headlines.
A review of a second ad from Americans for Prosperity finds no outright falsehoods but some missing context in its arguments against President Barack Obama, the Affordable Care Act and Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan.
Candidates seeking the North Carolina seat in the U.S. Senate up for grabs in 2014 may want to keep a low profile over the next year.