The U.S. Geological Survey said a 2.6-magnitude earthquake occurred in western North Carolina Tuesday morning near Hot Springs, northwest of Asheville. The report on the earthquake on the USGS site said it occurred 6.1 kilometers (3.7 miles) beneath the surface. The Citizen-Times reported the temblor could be felt in downtown Asheville, but no damage was reported.
CAIRO – A Twitter account associated with Islamic State on Sunday posted a photo purported to be Omar Mateen, identified by U.S. authorities as the shooter who killed at least 50 people in a massacre […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. A fixture in the N.C. Senate, Sen. Dan Blue (D-Wake) has ascended to the role of president of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), a role he also held 1998-1999. Created […]
WASHINGTON Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, faced his second of four days of Senate hearings on Tuesday. Known for his independence and scholarly approach to law, he told lawmakers that […]