A new report finds the industry is lavishing independent brokers with payouts and perks. Critics call them a "classic conflict of interest."
In the race for the 9th Congressional District, the elections board is expected to declare a winner or order a new election after a hearing.
There’s no moral difference between suppressing the vote through the law and stealing ballots. Both may have happened in North Carolina.
Modern-day redlining has ensured that people of color are routinely denied conventional mortgage loans, a new year-long analysis reveals.
Republican Mark Harris has been credibly accused of ballot tampering, prompting calls for an investigation by the Justice Department.
After a blue wave election, Republicans have seen their majorities in state and federal government dissolve. Now they're throwing a fit.
State election officials investigate fraud claims involving absentee ballots and a political operative hired by candidate Mark Harris.
An interview with anti-racist activist Maya Little, who explains why she risked legal consequences for historical justice.
In the wake of storms like Hurricane Florence, officials are spending a fortune rebuilding vulnerable beaches, devastating ecosystems in the process.