More Videos

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing 5:05

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football 1:15

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game 3:11

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care 1:34

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art 0:54

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art

Trump Team Has Frequently Claimed 'No Contact' With Russia' 1:46

Trump Team Has Frequently Claimed 'No Contact' With Russia'

Fight at Sanderson High under investigation 0:08

Fight at Sanderson High under investigation

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet 0:28

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen 4:10

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen

  • Walking to DC to protest health care changes and the impact on his daughter

    Video: James Brigman is walking from his home in Rockingham, NC to Washington DC to protest changes to current health care laws. He's worried how it will affect his handicapped daughter. He came through Raleigh Monday to bring his message to Sen. Thom Tillis.

Video: James Brigman is walking from his home in Rockingham, NC to Washington DC to protest changes to current health care laws. He's worried how it will affect his handicapped daughter. He came through Raleigh Monday to bring his message to Sen. Thom Tillis. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Video: James Brigman is walking from his home in Rockingham, NC to Washington DC to protest changes to current health care laws. He's worried how it will affect his handicapped daughter. He came through Raleigh Monday to bring his message to Sen. Thom Tillis. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

With his daughter and others in mind, NC pastor marches closer to DC

July 18, 2017 12:26 PM

UPDATED July 18, 2017 02:23 PM

More Videos

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing 5:05

U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football 1:15

Toy shopping with Wolfpack football

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game 3:11

Top 10 plays from a sold-out #7 Greene Central at #10 Kinston boys basketball game

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care 1:34

How UNC Rex is changing emergency mental health care

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art 0:54

Chainsaws turn storm debris into wildlife art

Trump Team Has Frequently Claimed 'No Contact' With Russia' 1:46

Trump Team Has Frequently Claimed 'No Contact' With Russia'

Fight at Sanderson High under investigation 0:08

Fight at Sanderson High under investigation

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet 0:28

Can food stamps cover the costs of a healthy diet

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen 4:10

2017 Tar Heels of the Year: renowned chef and restaurateur, Ashley Christensen

  • U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

    U.S. District Court nominee Matthew Petersen was interviewed by Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) during his confirmation hearing on Dec. 13, 2017. In the exchange, Petersen acknowledged he had never tried a case in court and struggled to answer some basic questions of law.