The city council in Charlotte, N.C., has repealed a local LGBT rights ordinance that sparked a national debate over transgender rights. It's part of a reported deal with state lawmakers that also repeals a state law to prevent the city from enacting such laws.
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A new Arizona law targets cities that pass laws state lawmakers deem to be in violation of state law by cutting off their funds. It's the latest escalation in a long-running conflict between rural and urban areas.
Protesters are being arrested for demonstrating against a set of bills Republican lawmakers are trying to pass to weaken the power of the incoming Democratic governor.
Following Donald Trump's victory, Democrats around the country have suddenly focused on Foster Campbell's campaign in an attempt to limit Republicans' incoming Senate majority to 51 seats.
Election 2016 isn't quite over yet. Louisiana voters will soon pick a new senator, and Republicans are trying hard to make sure they hold onto the seat.
The last unresolved governor's race of 2016 is over. N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory has conceded to Democrat Roy Cooper after a closely fought race in one of the country's most politically divided states.
Nick Fugate has a cognitive disability, but held a job and was independent for years. Then he lost his dishwashing job and learned there are long delays getting help he needs from Medicaid in Kansas.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is a few thousand votes behind his opponent, Democrat Roy Cooper. McCrory is challenging as many votes as possible and suggesting some votes were cast fraudulently.
There are still 2 million ballots left to count in California. Most of those votes will likely go to Hillary Clinton, further running up her lead in the popular vote.
On Election Day, Democrats lost their last statehouse in the South when the GOP won a sweeping victory in Kentucky. Democrats now have to figure out how to appeal to rural voters.