Sanders is well-liked in the Northeast, and, given the proximity of his home state of Vermont, was expected to break through among New Hampshire residents. He hasn't.
Matthew Williams appeared to be "heavily under the influence of illicit drugs," according to authorities.
"I shot a squirrel on my bird feeder today with a .50 caliber muzzleloader. Enjoy," the embattled lawmaker said.
The hiker's two relatives reportedly left the 80-year-old on the trail and advance to the summit and then descended from the mountain top via a different trail. They reported the man missing once they reached a visitor's center and realized that the man had not arrived from his hike.
"He would bunch up his fist and get in my face and act like he was going to hit me. He then said, 'I will beat the living s---t out of you.'"
Early settlers created these stone walls using compass readings—meaning they now show where the magnetic pole once was.
"Michael had this saying, 'I am the devil,'" Katherine Middleton told Newsweek. "He'd say it when he was drunk.
Alicia Grant is now embarking on getting her marriage annulled. But like the other two Mrs. Middletons she said, "Nobody can find him so we can't get these marriages dissolved."
The name sounds like a profanity, city managers say.
"People here would lose their minds over the sight of an inverted cross on that city park."
The song included the line "let's kill all the blacks."
The storm was strong enough to cancel hundreds of flights in Chicago.
We've ranked the 50 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia according to which drink the most—and least—alcohol.
Slightly more than 40 percent of registered Republican voters in New Hampshire said they would support a 2020 GOP challenger to President Donald Trump.
One man died and another person is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after they were caught in the current Sunday.
He was exposed when a pizza delivery driver noticed blood on his body and a foul smell from the house.
New Hampshire State Representative Eric Schleien is heading to trial in November to defend himself against sex assault charges.
A Manchester city worker was stung more than 200 times while trying to cut down a tree damaged by a recent storm.
Nathan Carman's aunts want to stop him from getting any of the family's fortune, around $7 million in inheritance.
"I remember when [Trump] was running for president, he talked about how beautiful New Hampshire was and how the drug problem here didn't make sense, and I agreed," said Rachel Behrens, who lives in the Manchester area and lost her 19-year-old son to a Fentanyl overdose last year. "At that time my son was alive, and now he isn't. It's way too late."