@NC Capitol: Top 25 Stories
State official: Not '1 iota' of business drag from LGBT law
North Carolina hasn't seen "one iota" of bad economic impact from a law limiting protections for LGBT people despite high-profile losses of major sporting events and business ventures, the state's top business official said Monday.
Ross raises more, but Burr has more to spend in final weeks
The upstart Democratic challenger to U.S. Sen. Richard Burr has continued to outraise and outspend the Republican incumbent in a tight North Carolina race that could help determine whether the GOP-controlled Senate shifts to Democratic hands.
Trump calls for lobbying reform, term limits
Zeroing in on what he calls pay-for-play in the State Department under Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday proposed a package of lobbying reforms in federal government.
Judge refuses to require more early voting in NC
A judge has refused to order North Carolina officials to expand early in-person voting in five counties after some voters alleged the counties' voting schedules didn't comply with a court's ruling last summer over ballot access.
Published: 2011-01-28 17:11:00
Updated: 2014-08-27 14:33:42