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Have tea time and an afternoon of fun and fairies at Midsummer’s Day Tea Party

If you fancy a spot of tea for your child, or a Victorian tale told by a fairy, the historic Latimer House is the place for you to be this weekend. Midsummer's Day Tea Party is a benefit happening Saturday and Sunday where the proceeds go to supporting the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society.

Azalea Belles honored with tea party

All the Azalea Belles gathered Sunday to be honored with a tea party by the Cape Fear Garden Club.

After mass turnout, can protests turn into political impact?

Organizers of the women's march on Washington and parallel demonstrations around the country have scored a success with huge crowds. But can they transform that into an actual movement?

Seeds of GOP splinter in opposition to all things Obama

Republicans can blame their united stand against President Barack Obama for their party's splintering.

GOP pragmatists protest tea party shutdown tactics

Rank-and-file Republican lawmakers are protesting the tactics of tea party colleagues who demand that legislation to keep the government open also take away federal funding for Planned Parenthood.

NC conservative activist quits $95K health job

A North Carolina anti-abortion activist and tea party organizer is quitting her $95,000-a-year job as a senior Medicaid adviser after a year. The state Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday that Margaret "Mardy" Peal is resigning next month. The single mother said she wanted more time with her family.

“One Cup of Tea” provides healthcare to more than 50,000 Hondurans

The first annual "One Cup of Tea" fills the cup of many in need, A fundraiser in support of Saludhondu.

Rand Paul endorses Brannon in US Senate race in NC

Kentucky US Sen. Rand Paul has endorsed Cary obstetrician Greg Brannon in the US Senate race in North Carolina. Brannon announced support from the national Tea Party favorite Wednesday.

NAACP says Tea Party ‘poll watchers’ are out to suppress minority vote

video With early voting underway and thousands hitting the polls, one group is openly trying to challenge minorities' right to vote in North Carolina. That is according to the state NAACP, which claims that the Tea Party is behind it all.

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