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Tuesday Hagan said she's drawing up a letter to circulate among colleagues seeking information from federal auditors.
North Carolina's supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children, commonly called WIC, will shut down this month when funding runs out.
WFMY News 2 reached out to U.S. lawmakers: Kay Hagan, Mel Watt, Virginia Foxx, Howard Coble and Richard Burr.
The Democratic-led Senate has rejected conditions that House Republicans attached to a temporary spending bill.
The looming government shutdown will impact states significantly if it stalls tourism.
It's been 17 years since the federal government last faced a partial shutdown because Congress and the president couldn't agree on a spending bill.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress are playing pingpong over funding the government and President Obama's health care law.
Congressional Republicans showed no signs Sunday of
relenting on their efforts to dismantle President Obama's health care law.
Republicans voted on a plan to delay the Affordable Care Act for one year, raising the prospects of an Oct. 1 government shutdown.
The House is holding a rare Saturday session where GOP leaders are scrambling to build consensus with the party for a stopgap spending bill that can avert an impending Oct. 1 government shutdown.
Lawrence Summers removes his name from consideration for Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
The University of St. Andrew's in Scotland awarded U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with with an honorary degree.
The White House is canceling its annual summer picnic on the South Lawn for members of Congress and their families.
President Obama told the nation Tuesday he is exploring a Russian diplomatic plan to end a chemical weapons dispute in Syria, but reserves the right to take military action if necessary..
Vice President Joe Biden will head to Iowa next month to headline Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin's steak fry fundraiser, a key stop for aspiring presidential candidates.
The poll gave Hillary Rodham Clinton a massive lead and Chris Christie a narrow lead in the state that traditionally hosts the first presidential primary.
Helen Thomas, the veteran White House reporter who covered every president from John F. Kennedy to Barack Obama, died Saturday at 92.
She announced her campaign in a statement Tuesday, and the news was confirmed by her campaign manager, Kara Hearn.
Republicans received a boost in their attempt to win back the majority in the Senate next year when a former Democratic governor bowed out of Montana's open Senate race.
Advances in DNA technology have led to a breakthrough in the last of the 1960s slayings attributed to the Boston Strangler.
Letters and packages cannot be opened without a warrant. The tracking program reportedly only collects images of the outsides.
The sources say Obama plans to nominate James Comey, a former deputy attorney general under President George W. Bush.
Police have arrested and charged a man for the murder of his brother Monday night at a home.
Fire ants look like ordinary ants, but they bite and inject venom.
The family of a 16-year-old girl who died during Christmas break two years ago is suing Remington Arms Company, LLC for $150 million.
The High Point City Councilman who owed more than $30,000 to the city he runs could lose his house to settle that old debt.
A historically black college in Greensboro is closing one of its five dorms to save money.
Texas A&M students build 21-foot high gingerbread house, setting a world record.
A viewer says he found a dollar on a store shelf. He thinks it could be a holiday wish come true.
CBS "Sunday Morning" looks at the rumors,
fears and conspiracy theories sparked by the Freemasons' fraternal order, its secrets and rituals.
WFMY News 2's Morgan Hightower interviewed Angelou on Monday at her home in Winston-Salem.
Art Pope says he's "saddened" and
"shocked" the NAACP and allied groups have decided to picket his
People all over the globe took time to sign books of condolence for the former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died on December 5th.
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