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4 hrs ago | WMUR-TV Manchester
President Barack Obama and members of the New Hampshire congressional delegation said the execution of American journalist James Foley shows that the fight against ISIS must go on.
17 hrs ago | The Hill
The Democratic and Republican fields contrast sharply. Hillary Clinton is the clear frontrunner while there is no frontrunner on the Republican side.
An ISIS video appears to show the beheading of James Foley, a photojournalist from New Hampshire, who has been missing for nearly two years.
New Hampshire's largest newspaper made headlines last weekend when it featured the marriage of a gay couple on its social announcements page, an apparent reversal of a four-year prohibition on same-sex wedding announcements, media blogger Jim Romenesko reports.
The image of a person dressed in a chicken costume following Sen. Jeanne Shaheen around the state to highlight her failure to hold town hall-style meetings in the state is a powerful one.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte reiterated her opposition to sending troops back into Iraq but said more aggressive bombing and action in concert with Kurdish and Iraqi forces is needed to stem the threat from ISIS.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has returned to New Hampshire to campaign - but this time, it's for former Sen. Scott P. Brown.
Mr. Jeffords, a Republican who shook up the Senate in 2001 by becoming an independent and caucusing with the Democrats, represented Vermont in the House for 14 years before being elected to the Senate in 1988.
John McCain won the New Hampshire primary twice, and seemed to understand that a crowd of Granite State voters - even one of full supporters - likes a little deference.
AUGUST 6: Joni Ernst, the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, poses for a photo in Des Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday, August 6, 2014.
Town hall-style meetings have been a tradition in New Hampshire for generations, but they may be disappearing from the state's political landscape.
Ferguson, Mo. - The police in Ferguson broke their weeklong silence on Friday and identified the officer involved in the fatal shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager.
To the surprise of many, three Republican U.S. senators have joined the Democrats in supporting the weakening of due process rights of students accused of rape and sexual assault in campus hearings.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 05:08 pm
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