No longer content playing supporting roles, more women ran for and were elected for office than ever before
by Megan Henshall | November 08, 2012
Outspent but energetic, she's not saying good bye to politics just yet
by Joanne Spataro | November 07, 2012
The mood at the Historic Excelsior Club last night was hopeful - hopeful that in his second term, President Obama will finally get the respect he has earned.
by Mary C. Curtis | November 07, 2012
But you knew that, didn't you?
by Ana McKenzie | November 02, 2012
Who knew I was the one who needed a lesson in tolerance?
by Aileen Arreaza | October 23, 2012
“Because we don’t have the kind of money Robert Pittenger has, we have to find other ways of supporting Jennifer to equal measure."
by Joanne Spataro | October 18, 2012
The 9th District Republican candidate should shake his own hand
by Ana McKenzie | October 16, 2012
Considering most everyone has either decided on his or her candidate - some even voting for him already - who will Obama and Romney address in the next two debates?
by Jarvis Holliday | October 08, 2012
I made a big parenting mistake when I tried to explain the presidential candidates to my son
by Ailen Arreaza | October 08, 2012
Forget political commercials and emails - let CL be your election guide
by Mike Cooper | October 03, 2012
The dark horse rises
by Mike Cooper | September 19, 2012
Kal Penn of "Harold & Kumar" stardom used to work for Obama - and is a huge NASCAR fan
by Mary C. Curtis | August 09, 2012
History can tell us why Tar Heel Democrats are in danger of losing big in November
by Mike Cooper | August 01, 2012
Michelle Obama, Ann Romney and Ashley Judd give North Carolina a woman's perspective of the presidential campaign
by Mary C. Curtis | July 23, 2012
What the legendary actor meant to North Carolina — and to American culture
by John Grooms | July 12, 2012