Were Michigan and Arizona called for Donald Trump? Was New Hampshire called for Hillary Clinton? Why weren’t those states called right away?
Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are relying on winning New Hampshire on November 8th. What are both candidates’ chance of victory there?
In addition to President, Senate and House seats, New Hampshire voters also vote for Governor in 2016.
A new poll from New Hampshire shows Donald Trump even with Hillary Clinton, while another shows her up by a single point.
New Hampshire has become a battleground state this election cycle, as Hillary Clinton’s clear lead has eroded. One poll even shows Donald Trump ahead.
Latest U.S. Senate polls shows control of the Senate is for grabs as a number of races are still toss ups. Democrats have a chance to take control.
A “mentally ill” man who believed he had been implanted with a radio transmitter by the government is accused of shooting two cops in New Hampshire.
Richard Simone was arrested after a police pursuit in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Videos show police punching repeatedly him at the end of the chase.
Videos taken by news helicopters show police officers punching a suspect at the end of a chase that began in Massachusetts and ended in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Bernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary. Watch video of his victory speech here.
Taylor Woolrich, a student at New Hampshire’s prestigious Dartmouth College, may drop out of the school because of their anti-gun policy. Woolrich has been stalked by a man in San Diego since she was in high school.
Abigail Hernandez was missing for nine months, now the 15-year-old is reunited with her family, but nobody knows where she’s been all this time.
Michael Nolan, 47, allegedly shot and killed police officer Steve Arkell moments before his Brentwood, New Hampshire, house caught fire and exploded on live TV.
One person may have died from a rare and incurable condition called Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease and that 13 other patients may have been exposed to it.
Former Republican Senator Gordon Humphrey from New Hampshire emailed Edward Snowden to thank him for his leak of the NSA’s massive surveillance programs.