- Executive councilors raise questions about Hassan nominations
- Scott Brown garners endorsement from NFIB
- Brown, Shaheen continue to battle for women voters
- Scott Brown speaks at Franklin Pierce forum
- NH Retirement System posts gain of 17.6 percent for FY2014
- Gubernatorial candidates speak on energy issues at summit
- Obama voices confidence Democrats can keep control of U.S. Senate
- Legislators talk farmstand regulations, recycling during Londonderry tour
- Obama: Intelligence underestimated Islamic State activity in Syria
- Political ads slamming Shaheen, Brown shade truth
The Manchester and Nashua chambers of commerce continue plans for a U.S. Senate debate - or a "forum" - but the candidates are at "impasse" on the format.
A "personhood" amendment reinforces the NH GOP's position. Republicans at their state convention also rejected a move to strike language that marriage is a legal union between a man and a woman.
Scott Brown launched a petition asking Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen not to leave Washington for recess until Congress secures the border and passes a bill to strip American ISIS fighters of their U.S. citizenship.
Setting sights on Nov. 4, Congresswoman Annie Kuster and Gov. Maggie Hassan agree to debate schedules with the Republican nominees, Marilinda Garcia and Walt Havenstein, respectively.
Senate Republican hopeful Bob Smith landed the highest mark of any federal candidate in the group's "Primary Grades" report.
The 2nd Congressional District Republican hopeful says it is time for "a new generation of conservative leaders to challenge the status quo."
Senator Shaheen, in new television spot, says the Helping Working Families Afford Childcare Act will help people keep up with rising costs.
Manchester attorney Maureen Raiche Manning is running for the Democratic nomination for Senate District 16.
The Draft Maureen Raiche Manning for Senate Committee is recruiting supporters to urge the Manchester attorney to run for District 16.
Berlin to host annual Lumberjack Festival
Hillary Clinton to join Shaheen fundraiser
State surplus isn't big enough
Weare police sergeant's firing rescinded
Racism in Lincoln? Looks more like ignorance