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Chuck Todd's debut as moderator of "Meet the Press" brought a spike in ratings for the long-running broadcast. The challenge for MTP's 11th permanent moderator is to match the excitement of landing PresidentMore >> Chuck Todd has been watching America's politics for many years. He recently took over as the new Moderator of the longest-running show on television, "Meet the Press", one of the staples of political coverage since 1947. Todd shares his goals for the show, and looks at the race for North Carolina's senate seat.More >> Next week, a potential presidential candidate will make his way to the Port City. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will appear in town, with House Speaker Thom Tillis on Tuesday. The two willMore >> Next week, a potential presidential candidate will make his way to the Port City.
Sen. Kay Hagan and Rep. Thom Tillis faced off Wednesday night for the first debate of the hotly contested U-S Senate race. It did not take long for both candidates to claim the other is out of touch withMore >> Sen. Kay Hagan and Rep. Thom Tillis met face-to-face Wednesday night for the first debate of their Senatorial campaign. The candidates used many of the same claims and accusations heard in political ads leading up to the event.More >> Retiring Seventh District Congressman Mike McIntyre was inducted into The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the highest civilian honor bestowed in the state of North Carolina. McIntyre received a certificateMore >> Rep. Mike McIntyre has received the highest honor given by the state of North Carolina, induction into the prestigious Order of the Long Leaf Pine. More >> Rep. Ted Davis (R-New Hanover) and Rep. Susi Hamilton (D-New Hanover) are spearheading an effort to get Gov. Pat McCrory to call a special session of the General Assembly to deal solely with economic developmentMore >> Local lawmakers' request for a special session is being met with some opposition tonight. Reps. Ted Davis & Susi Hamilton of New Hanover County believe a session focused solely on economic development is needed. But one conservative group is opposing the need for lawmakers to meet again to increase the JDIG program.More >>