President Obama faced a tough crowd of veterans in Charlotte Tuesday.
The President's visit comes during a heated Senate race in North Carolina. A campaign that could help swing the balance of power on the Senate floor.
While President Obama will be in Charlotte Tuesday to address Veteran Affairs, the visit comes in the midst of multiple controversies, from racial tensions in Ferguson to the escalating crisis in the Middle East.
Congresswoman Kay Hagan wants Obama to address the problems veterans face, including those with VA hospitals across the country.
The U.S. Supreme Court put the unions on hold Wednesday until it can decide whether they should be legalized nationwide.
New U.S. airstrikes Wednesday night against ISIS terrorists in Iraq. The strikes come as President Obama blasts the terror group over the murder of an American journalist.
ISIS terrorists claim to have beheaded an American journalist, and are threatening the life of a second journalist.
Prime Minster Nouri Al-Maliki is giving up his post. He says he won't be the cause of any bloodshed, and believes his decision to step down will protect the country's interest.
The White House is considering whether it's feasible to evacuate the 10,000 to 20,000 Iraqis hiding from the militants on a mountain.
The United States military is firing off more air strikes against ISIS, also known as ISIL, militants.
President Obama has authorized U.S. air strikes on Iraq, but says the U.S. will not be getting into another war in the country.
The truce comes after two deadly attacks in Jerusalem. A pedestrian was killed when a man used a bulldozer to flip over a city bus. A soldier was also killed.
Included are increased funding for kindergarten though college classrooms, and an additional $186 million for a Medicaid contingency reserve.
A step forward for supporters of same sex marriage. North Carolina officials say they will stop defending the amendment that bans this kind of union. Read More »
President Obama announced new sanctions against Russia as fighting flares up between Russian-supported rebels and the Ukraine army.
AG Roy Cooper made the comments after a ruling Monday by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that Virginia's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional.
The move comes as Ukrainian officials say they are seeing artillery attacks coming from Russian territory.
Some lawmakers in Washington accuse the Obama administration of using the ban to impose an economic boycott of Israel.
A large crowd at the Cornelius town hall proved people are not happy about toll lanes on I-77. The NC DOT says the hot lanes from uptown Charlotte to Mooresville would ease congestion and create jobs.
The Federal Aviation Administration has banned US carriers from flying to Israel for at least 24 hours after a rocket attack near the airport in Tel Aviv.
US intelligence officials say there is no direct evidence to show Russia provided the missile. Meantime, the black boxes from Flight 17 are now in the hands of Malaysian officials.
A plan to cap North Carolina's sales tax rate at 2.5 percent is headed to the full Senate. If it passes, it could impact raises for teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.
The US is warning Americans not to travel near the Israeli crisis. Secretary of State John Kerry was in Cairo Monday, calling for a cease-fire. A shelling at a hospital in Gaza killed at least five people inside.
Train cars full of bodies rolled away from the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 impact site Monday. Meanwhile, President Obama is pressuring Vladimir Putin to allow international investigators full access to the site.
Israel has invaded the Gaza strip, escalating a 10-day military campaign against Gaza's Hamas rulers. Another 18,000 reserve soldiers are on standby.