This is a Renaissance Faire wedding for the books, you guys. Cera and Gerrick said their vows last October in a medieval-style castle in New Hampshire. Of course, Gerrick wore a sword, and Cera had a beautiful corset made by her sister. Show More Summary
A New Hampshire political campaign worker faces a felony charge over a fake news release saying the opponent had dropped out, police said.
I don't want to end the month of terror in the sea without mentioning haunted lakes. Haunted Lake Francestown, NH Just outside of Francestown in New Hampshire, there is a pond that has come to be known as "Haunted Lake." They had reason to give it this nomenclature. Show More Summary
A New Hampshire man “who confessed to creating a hoax email leading voters to believe a candidate for state representative was dropping out of a special election has been charged with two crimes, including a felony, by the state’s attorney [...]
Some enterprising reporters have moved on, as New Hampshire's Dean Barker observes, from asking why Hillary Clinton isn't talking to political reporters to asking why she isn't talking to "regular people." The Boston Globe's Annie Linskey,...Show More Summary
A few days before a special election for a New Hampshire House seat, reporters received an official-looking news release via email informing them that one of the candidates was dropping out. This turned out to be news to the candidate herself, who was doing no such thing. Now a 28-year-old...
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A campaign worker for a New Hampshire House hopeful has been charged with a felony for sending out a fake news release saying the opponent had dropped out of the race. Attorney General Joseph Foster says 28-year-old...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton hasn’t been running the most stellar campaign so far. Her latest stumble comes from New Hampshire, where her camp demanded anonymity during a conference call with the media.
We knew it was coming: that inevitable, science-hating, pandering that must be part of the platform of any GOP candidate with a chance at the nomination. Jeb Bush, in a New Hampshire town hall meeting on Wednesday, showed his disdain...Show More Summary
Team Hillary made a brilliant stop at New Hampshire's Smuttynose Brewing Company, a national treasure for beer nerds. She was there for a round-table discussion with founder Peter Egelston — all about small businesses, of course. IsShow More Summary
In New Hampshire yesterday, Jeb Bush found something to disagree with his brother’s presidency—sort of: “I think that, in Washington during my brother’s time, Republicans spent too much money,” Mr. Bush said Thursday when asked to describe where there was a “big space” between himself and his brother George W. Show More Summary
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has back-to-back trips planned to Iowa and New Hampshire after his presidential announcement at the end of this month, according to activists in those early nominating states. The Democrat has heavily teased a “special announcement” the morning of May 30 at Federal Hill Park in Baltimore, the city he served […]
In New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is expected on Friday to criticize Republican presidential candidates’ call to shut down the Export-Import Bank—a move she says would hurt small businesses.
Hillary Clinton is scheduled to participate in a round table discussion about the economy with voters in Hampton, New Hampshire on Friday, May 22 beginning at approximately 11:45 a.m. ET. There is no indication that she will take questions from the press.
A new American Research Group survey finds that 74% of registered voters in New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district say Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) should resign from Congress following the FEC finding that Guinta broke federal campaign finance laws by accepting [...]
Good morning from Washington. The New Hampshire primary is gaining influence at the expense of the Iowa caucuses—a win for more moderate candidates like Jeb Bush. The Pentagon’s tongue-twisting on the fall of Ramadi comes at a cost. And Obama dreams of Cuba as he works to soothe Jewish concerns over the emerging Iran deal.…
Located just outside Rumney, near Plymouth, New Hampshire, Stinson Mountain (2900?) is way off the beaten track as far as White Mountain peaks go and finding the trail head is an adventure all by itself. Once I left pavement and headed down the unpaved road that surrounds Stinson Lake, I relied on my intuition and followed the […]
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) Rep. Frank Guinta's trouble with the Federal Election Commission shouldn't have come as a surprise to anyone. The $355,000 the New Hampshire Republican loaned his own campaign in 2010 was clearly shady from the beginning, since there was no way he had $355,000 to lend himself. Show More Summary
On his mind are the past fortunes of Mitt Romney and George W. Bush when they hit New Hampshire, and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s approach in this key state
Only seven of the 147 Granite State U.S. House members resigned - none under a cloud of controversy.