The GE Hitachi plant in Wilmington held a rally today to try to gain the attention of lawmakers. A spokesman says they hope Congressmen David Rouzer, Richard Burr and Thom Tillis vote to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank of the United States before it expires June 30.
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has pleaded not guilty to charges in a federal hush-money case.
Former US Rep. Mike McIntyre has a new job.
Southeastern North Carolina's Congressional delegation says it is working to put Brunswick County back into the Wilmington area. Statistically speaking, that is.
The first 100 days in Congress are now in the rear view mirror for Rep. David Rouzer.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has visited Capitol Hill to reaffirm support to open more of the Atlantic Ocean to look for natural gas and oil deposits.
Gov. Pat McCrory has told Congress the federal government must be a strong and reliable partner with North Carolina and other states to improve roads and other transportation infrastructure.
President Barack Obama says his new war-powers request to Congress won't become the authorization for another ground war like the US fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Advocacy groups have filed ethics complaints against North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and US Rep. Mark Sanford of South Carolina over six-figure stock payouts they received while in office from an online mortgage broker.
Two House Republicans from North Carolina declined to support John Boehner for a third term as speaker.
Tuesday's televised roll call for the speaker's election had Reps. Walter Jones from the 3rd District and Mark Meadows of the 11th District each voting for Rep. Daniel Webster of Florida. Webster received the most votes from about 25 GOP defections to someone other than Boehner, who still won the speaker's job.