Secretary Of State Coverage
Editorial: Determined NPR reporter won't let Trump officials bury the truth
Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020 -- When President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo don't like the questions reporters ask, they attack, belittle and even question the patriotism and loyalty of news organizations. It is a repetitious ploy to avoid telling the truth. President Trump has well-documented that he cannot be trusted to tell the truth. Pompeo is following in line. With dignity and determination, NPR's Mary Louise Kelly wouldn't be intimidated and stood her ground.
NC investigators seize counterfeit clothes, gaming consoles from area stores
State authorities have seized more than $1 million in knockoff goods from stores across central North Carolina in recent weeks.
Report: Charitable giving in NC down, but charities using more for programs
The percentage of donations to North Carolina charities rose to a record level last year, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Secretary of State's office.
Conspiracy theories, criminal investigations plentiful in NC bail bonds world
Tendrils of a long-running battle between opposing bail bonds groups reach toward the highest corridors of North Carolina politics.