- Adding firefighters debated as curb to overtime
- Former President Bush, 90, hospitalized in Texas
- FairPoint strike prompts delay in state contract
- In Cuba, reactions to thaw with U.S. run cold to warm
- President Obama says Sony hack not an act of war
- Elementary school repairs can't wait any longer, board says
- State House Dome: Just past Concord session a mixed bag
- NH reacts to thaw with Cuba
- U.S., Cuba plan restored relations after 50 years of hostility
- Bush already reaches out to NH congressman-elect
The “Governor's Council” is unique to New Hampshire, and you can thank a king for it.
King Charles II, that is.
Two weeks' time has now passed since House Speaker Shawn Jasper challenged Bill O'Brien and defeated his fellow Republican with support from Democrats.
Primary instincts: Who isn't being lumped in with the potential pack at this point?
Five hours earlier, the House of Representatives had convened Wednesday to elect a speaker of the House, per Article 22, Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution. And then things went sideways.
Mitt Romney may need to be more Shermanesque. There's no clear Republican presidential front-runner for 2016 — except, maybe, Romney.
Bill O'Brien acknowledged being a lightning rod during a 2011 conversation. With a grin, he added, “I was hoping there wouldn't be so many lightning strikes.” His words come to mind as O'Brien prepares to wield the gavel again: Some lightning bolts are inevitable.
The Kentucky senator huddled up with key advisers on a likely presidential run.
As the Republican tide came in, only the strongest Democrats could rise to the top. Three of the top four Democrats in the state basked in victory, while their party peers around the country sank.
The New Hampshire phone number for inquiries and complaints on Election Day will be staffed from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 4.
'Interview' buzz spreads to NH
Murder suspect fit for trial?
Pipeline push gets a second wind