Capital Tonight episodes

Capital Tonight Dec. 26: Changing Face of North Carolina

On Capital Tonight: We look at the changing face of North Carolina with Carolina Demography director Rebecca Tippett, politicos Joe Stewart and Morgan Jackson, and economists Michael Walden and John Connaughton. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 23: House Speaker-designee Tim Moore

On Capital Tonight: House Speaker-designee Tim Moore talks about his goals for the new legislative session. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 22: Gov. Pat McCrory

On Capital Tonight: Gov. Pat McCrory talks with Senior Political Reporter Loretta Boniti about his political year and his goals for 2015. Watch the program here and the full uncut interview here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 19: Bow Tie Caucus

On Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes for the final time of the year. Sen. Joel Ford and Larry Shaheen take on the redistricting decision and dropping unemployment. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 17: State Budget Director Lee Roberts

On Capital Tonight: We ask State Budget Director Lee Roberts about the budget deficit and when we may see the governor’s budget proposal next year. Our Advocates Becki Gray and Rob Schofield debate the issues of the week. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 16: 2016 Election Projections

On Capital Tonight: Kyle Kondik of Sabato’s Crystal Ball joins Tim Boyum to discuss the early outlook for the 2016 elections. Joe Stewart and Morgan Jackson look at a possible Jeb Bush presidential candidacy in our Insiders segment. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 15: Racial Profiling Bill

On Capital Tonight: Recent protests over grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Miss. and New York City have brought to light issues with police behavior. We talk with Rep. Rodney Moore about his bill to curb racial profiling. Rob Christensen joins the reporter roundtable. Watch the program here. 

Capital Tonight Dec. 12: Bow Tie Caucus

On Capital Tonight: The Bow Tie Caucus convenes to wrap up a busy week in politics. Bob Orr and Montica Talmadge talk the governor’s lawsuit over separation of powers and more. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 11: Congressman Howard Coble

On Capital Tonight: Congressman Howard Coble is retiring after more than 20 years in Congress. He sits down with our Washington Bureau Reporter Geoff Bennett and talks about his political career. We meet Gale Adcock, newly-elected Democrat to the General Assembly, in our Lawmakers segment. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight Dec. 10: Incoming Commerce Sec. John Skvarla

On Capital Tonight: Incoming Commerce Secretary John Skvarla talks with Tim Boyum about his plans for economic development in North Carolina. Our Advocates Jim Tynen and Kerra Bolton discuss how incentive grants could help small businesses. Watch the program here.