54.6 F
Sunday, November 29, 2020
Tags Politics

Tag: Politics

Democrats answer YouTube questions

The race for the White House has moved squarely into the age of the internet. Real voters got to ask their own questions of the democratic presidential candidates at a debate Monday night through YouTube video submissions.

Council Members vying to keep seats

The deadline has passed and the candidates are ready to go. A dozen candidates have filed to run for the Wilmington City Council. Some of them are already speaking out. Laura Padgett has been on Wilmington's City Council for 12 years and is running to keep her seat.

Democratic hopefuls prepare for debate

Not much campaigning today for the Democratic presidential candidates, who are preparing for a debate tonight at The Citadel in Charleston.

Almond resigns from N.C. House one day after allegations surface

Two-term Republican State Representative David Almond has resigned from the Legislature due to an unspecified personnel complaint filed with House leadership.

Edwards seeks to show a rich man can care about poor

Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards has a ready answer the criticism about his expensive haircuts and huge home.

Obama heads to Edwards territory for fund-raiser

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is coming into John Edwards' territory today for a fund-raiser while Edwards is unveiling his health care policy in Michigan.

Democrats clash on war on terror, Iraq

A year and a-half before the election, the Democrats who want to be president have faced each other in another joint appearance. Sunday night's TV debate was broadcast by CNN from New Hampshire, which holds the leadoff primary. The dominant themes were once again Iraq and how to keep the nation secure.

Edwards says best way to honor veterans is to end war in Iraq

Presidential hopeful John Edwards says Americans should speak out against the war in Iraq this Memorial Day weekend, renewing a call that's come under criticism.

Poll shows Republican Romney, Democrat Edwards lead in Iowa

Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat John Edwards are atop a poll of likely Iowa caucus voters, and activists say that's because they've spent so much time and energy in that state.

Most Read

Dueling protests in Raleigh shut down streets by executive mansion

ReOpen NC and some Trump supporters were on one side of Jones Street. Biden supporters and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement were on the opposite side.

Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

Consumers spent an estimated $9 billion on U.S. retail websites on Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks online shopping. That was a 22% increase over the previous record of $7.4 billion in 2019. Meanwhile, in-person traffic at U.S. retail stores dropped 52%, according to Sensormatic.

1 dead, 14 injured following shooting at SC nightclub

Authorities responded to 7th Lounge just before 1 a.m. Officials say they found several victims.

Champion Ken Jennings will be first interim ‘Jeopardy!’ host

Jennings begins taping next week and his first episodes will air on the week of Jan. 11.