In an online video released Monday morning, the Democratic governor says she's running to bring a bipartisan, common-sense governing approach to Washington that mirrors that of New Hampshire.
Democrats fare well in New Hampshire during presidential elections, when the party's voter turnout spikes, creating a tougher landscape for Ayotte than her first election in 2010.
Hassan mentions the budget deal in her nearly 2 1/2-minute video, as well as the state's Medicaid expansion law that took effect in 2014 and a tuition freeze at the state university system during her first year in office.
The document notably includes a long-term goal for reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions, but details and deadline remain to be discussed.
The Paris conference on climate is aiming for an ambitious deal to keep the rise in worldwide temperatures below 2 degrees Celsius this century.
When you read New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel, there's no mistaking whom the writer is.
The acid-tongued stage gossip has written a book about Broadway's history and he's not opinionated or snarky at all.
The Battle for Broadway, a very entertaining look at how the Great White Way has been shaped over the past century.
To write his history of the Great White Way, he decided to interview all the key players, set scenes and let the story be told through the characters.
The book explores the rivalry between the two big theatrical dynasties — the Nederlanders and the Shuberts — as well as the transformation of Broadway from a seedy, scary place to family-friendly tourist trap.
"A lot of writers, certainly people writing their first books, feel this need to impress on every line how smart they are," said Ben Loehnen, Riedel's editor at Simon & Schuster.
Riedel, who is also a co-host of PBS' "Theater Talk," has been a fixture on Broadway for more than two decades.