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WRAL capitol bureau chief Laura Leslie sat down with David Price, who just finished his final term as Congressman representing North Carolina.
Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023 -- It is a stark and dramatically different delegation representing North Carolina in Congress now than any time since the dawn of the current millennium. The current delegation starting service Tuesday - two Republicans in the U.S. Senate and a House delegation of seven Republicans and seven Democrats - is likely as diverse as has ever served in Washington. But with the departures of Republican Sen. Richard Burr along with Democratic Reps. G.K. Butterfield and David Price, the depth of experience, knowledge and leadership is significantly diminished.
Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023 -- No legislation is ever perfect. But in this omnibus bill North Carolina taxpayers are seeing their dollars come home: helping our military preparedness, the people and families who serve our nation and our veterans; boosting local economies; fighting hunger; improving community health, housing, public education and the environment; and strengthening law enforcement and public safety.
Lisa Price, the wife of U.S. Rep. David Price, died in Chapel Hill following an illness, the congressman said in a statement Thursday.
Candidate Clay Aiken sees hypocrisy in outside spending in the race for North Carolina's 4th Congressional District. Meanwhile, a prominent legislator pulled support of a top candidate in the race over funding sources.
Paul Specht, WRAL state government reporter
The election to replace longtime U.S. Rep. David Price has become a three-way race between an establishment candidate backed by big money, a progressive local official, and a former talent show star.
Paul Specht, WRAL statehouse reporter
State Sen. Valerie Foushee received criticism from Democrats after a campaign finance report showed she got money from a group that has also supported Republicans who voted to overturn the 2020 election.
Bryan Anderson, WRAL state government reporter
North Carolinians who care about the balance of power in Washington and Raleigh now have a clearer picture of the state's most consequential races.
Paul Specht and Bryan Anderson, WRAL state government reporters
Redistricting is forcing out some Congress members and creating new political rivalries in the Tar Heel State -- a scenario that could have ramifications in the legislature.
Paul Specht, PolitiFact reporter
North Carolina leaders discuss the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill just passed by the House that would will provide significant local investments to the state's roads, transit, bridges, clean drinking water, broadband and more.
Thirty years after 25 people lost their lives in a fire at a North Carolina chicken processing plant, two federal agencies haven't lived up to their promises to improve workplace safety, which irritates Congressman David Price.
Democratic 4th District Congressman discusses his career and what's ahead as he announces he won't seek an 18th term in office and will retire at the end of 2022.
Democratic Congressman David Price, who has represented much of the Triangle in the U.S. House for more than 30 years, said Monday that he won't seek re-election next year and will retire at the end of his term in December 2022.
David Crabtree, WRAL anchor/reporter, & Matthew Burns, WRAL.com senior producer/politics editor
Democratic 4th District Congressman David Price discusses voting rights in the 1960s and today, as well as other changes he's seen in his decades in Washington, D.C.
Tuesday, March 23, 2021 -- No one can guide us more expertly than the former Duke University professor and 17-term congressman. He's a politician and a political scientist; a scholar and a senior leader in Congress; a battle-tested campaigner and an insightful student of government. ... He knows how to make the levers of government work, a talent that is underappreciated and denigrated in today's polarized, hyper-partisan politics.
Representative David Price said that Trump's actions leading up to the election were "out of bounds." His attempts to overturn the election results and urge armed supporters to invade the Capitol were unthinkable, he said. "The result is this extraordinary impeachment," Price said.
Locked in his Capitol Hill office, Democratic 4th District Congressman David Price talks about the protesters that stormed into the Capitol in an effort to halt the process of approving President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
North Carolina Congressman David Price reacts to President Donald Trump's criticism of the $600 stimulus payments,
Representative David Price reacts to the president suggesting he would not sign the coronavirus relief bill on Tuesday night. If the bill is not signed, the government would not be funded and relief would not go to millions of Americans.
"We may look back on November 3rd as the day we saved our country," said N.C. Rep. David Price after it became apparent that Joe Biden would win the presidency.
Democratic 4th District Congressman David Price says he hopes President Donald Trump quickly recovers from a coronavirus infection.
Friday, July 24, 2020 -- It's irresponsible for Congress and the president to stop providing this critical support now when the virus still is spreading rapidly and states, especially in the South, are seeing record high case counts. ... It's not safe for some people to go back to work and many don't have jobs to return to yet. Benefits from the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program have not only helped people pay their bills -- they've been critical to the health of our local businesses when unemployed people use their benefits to put money into the economy by purchasing food, paying rent and buying other necessities.
Federal officials are demanding a North Carolina group home repay more than $3 million in taxpayer money originally awarded to the company last year to house migrant children separated from their families.
Tyler Dukes, WRAL investigative reporter
Democratic 4th District Congressman David Price discussed congressional efforts to overhaul policing in the U.S.
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 -- This is a time for action and legislation introduced in Congress Monday offers the nation's members of the House of Representatives and Senate the opportunity to act to address systemic racism in law enforcement. The Justice in Policing Act of 2020 looks to address the use of excessive force by establishing national standards of conduct; make it easier for citizens to track and address officer misconduct and limits the transfer of military-grade equipment to state and local law enforcement agencies.