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Trump’s intel chief ends election security briefings to Hill

ational Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe sent letters to Congress on Saturday telling lawmakers that they now will be receiving only written updates about election security to help ensure the information “is not misunderstood nor politicized.”

US Senate nominees in North Carolina accept 3 debate hosts

North Carolina’s two major-party U.S. Senate candidates are now in agreement on three debate hosts leading to their November election.

North Carolina Rep. Walker won’t run in ’20, eyes Senate in ’22

U.S. Rep. Mark Walker announced late Monday he won’t run for anything in 2020 — making him the second North Carolina Republican congressman standing aside because of recent redistricting.

What does an impeachment inquiry mean? Expert breaks down the process

As new developments surface in the investigations into the actions of President Donald Trump, what does this all really mean? What can we expect to see in the coming months?

Rep. Joe Kennedy formally announces US Senate campaign

U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III formally declared his candidacy for the U.S. Senate on Saturday, becoming the first member of the Kennedy political dynasty to bid for the upper chamber of Congress since Edward M. Kennedy in 1962.

Hickenlooper ends White House bid, mulls Senate run in 2020

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has ended his longshot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, and says he's giving "serious thought" to running for the Senate in 2020.

Rand Paul undergoes lung surgery stemming from assault

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he underwent lung surgery in a procedure he says stems from injuries suffered when a neighbor tackled him outside his home in 2017.

House approves 9/11 victims bill, sends it to Senate

The House has overwhelmingly approved a bill ensuring that a victims compensation fund for the Sept. 11 attacks never runs out of money.

Biden says he was wrong in comments about segregationists

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday apologized for recent comments about working with segregationist senators in his early days in the U.S. Senate, saying he understands now his remarks could have been offensive to some.

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BALLOT MIX-UP: Brunswick County woman told she ‘already voted’

Imagine going to the polls to cast your ballot, only to be told you've already voted. That's exactly what happened to a Brunswick County woman on Wednesday.

Supreme Court leaves NC absentee ballot deadline at Nov. 12

The Supreme Court will allow absentee ballots in North Carolina to be received and counted up to nine days after Election Day.

Dogs say “I do” for a good cause in Sunset Beach

A pair of dogs in Sunset Beach tied a knot stronger than any leash on Wednesday night at Sunset Beach. 

Counties reach 50% turn out during early voting, expect to surpass 2016 numbers

There are still three full days left of early voting, but we're seeing turnout across the state far surpassing numbers in years past. Counties in the Cape Fear are already reaching the 50% mark of ballots cast.