Doug Clark is an editorial writer who has also worked in High Point and Washington, D.C. He writes the Off the Record blog offering opinions on just about anything.
Hoax! Fake news! Witch hunt! An excuse!
Can't fly with those mean folks in coach.
Michael Cohen spends $130,000 of his own money to protect his client. Is it taking on other clients?
I enjoy breakfast with a couple of friends at the same diner every Saturday.
Gov. Cooper can claim public opinion supports his position.
The White House wants to "liberalize tolling policy."
He's very quick to use "mere allegation" against his political foes.
Rob Porter was never going to get final clearance, report says.
President Trump may have his new CDC director.
The man approached my car while I was waiting at a stop sign and motioned for me to roll down the window. I did.
Just tongue in check?
The FBI defends national security and American values.
Esmond Martin, an American who lived most of his life in Kenya as a crusader against poaching, was found murdered in his home outside Nairobi yesterday. He was 75.
The president accuses FBI leaders of political bias against Republicans.
Fact-checkers have to spoil everything.
Russia's spy chiefs visited the U.S. — as reported by Russian state media.
Republican legislators claimed they canceled court primaries because of redistricting, but there are no districts in statewide appellate elections.
My first newspaper job out of college, with The Mountaineer in Waynesville, was fun because of all the crazy outdoor stories.
Ambassador Sam Brownback must push the president to insist on basic human rights in China.
The president's claim about sea ice is 100 percent wrong.
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is leaving his post today to take a job in the Deep State.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans send unfortunate message along our highways.
They wanted a partisan court, and they got a partisan decision.
It's the biggest Deep State operation in years.
Treasury secretary's statement sends the greenback down.
The president will never know the difference.
Don't bother with your re-election campaign, congressman.
Hoodlums in four cars were firing at each other on MLK Drive in High Point.
As Republicans across the country celebrated Donald Trump’s improbable victory in the 2016 presidential election, their North Carolina counterparts were plotting a response to a pair of stunning defeats.