WSJ: Justices question aspects of Voting Rights Act
WASHINGTON - Majority conservatives on the Supreme Court criticized one of the pillars of 1960s civil-rights legislation, suggesting the Voting Rights Act had outlived its relevance and was imposing undue burdens on states whose practices are subject to extra federal supervision.
LATEST NEW HAMPSHIRE ANGLE
NH hospital systems pursue affiliation
Ski resorts turn to terrain-based teaching
City Matters: Another storm, another chance to do your part for your city to do the right thing
Win tickets to see Bruno Mars!