by Ian Millhiser Posted on December 14, 2014 Updated: December 13, 2014
On the surface, the education materials look quite impressive. Yet the materials also push a very clear agenda in subtle -- and often not-so-subtle -- ways.
by Emily Atkin Posted on December 5, 2014
"The whole bank was just bleeding this thick orange gooey stuff," Harrison said.
by Ian Millhiser Posted on December 1, 2014 Updated: December 1, 2014
A new study out of Duke University casts serious doubts on the reasoning of the justices who have thus-far refused to strike down unconstitutional gerrymanders.
by Emily Atkin Posted on November 20, 2014 Updated: November 20, 2014
"Since I've lived here, we have seen so many people diagnosed, watched so many people die," Sherry Gobble said. "Something has to be done."
by Alice Ollstein Posted on November 12, 2014 Updated: November 12, 2014
Adams is filling a seat in North Carolina’s 12th district that has sat empty for the past 10 months.
by Adam Peck Posted on November 4, 2014
"These people don't understand the struggle, but then they sit here and say they care about the people," she said. "How do you care about the people if you're hurting the people?"
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on October 31, 2014
The state is essentially arguing that women can't be trusted to make difficult decisions.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Posted on October 27, 2014
Though Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) said, "I support bipartisan commonsense immigration reform," she has not always backed pro-immigration reform policies.
by Zack Ford Posted on October 22, 2014
Senate Leader Phil Berger (R) believes taxpayer-funded magistrates should be free to refuse to marry same-sex couples.
by Zack Ford Posted on October 10, 2014 Updated: October 11, 2014
And Idaho and North Carolina make 29. Could Alaska be next?