Perhaps you remember an old sidewalk carnival con called “the shell game.”
North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Douglas McCullough, a Republican, admirably resigned his position Monday in advance of mandatory retirement, which gave Gov. Roy Cooper the opportunity to appoint his successor, John Arrowood, a Democrat.
WASHINGTON – Shall it be the MOAB (Mother of All Bombs), cruise missiles, tactical nuclear weapons, massive artillery barrages, or troops, or shall it be sanctions, Chinese economic intervention, and hard-nosed diplomacy?
Most of us don’t worry about unfair treatment when we shop at our favorite stores, rent an apartment, or apply for a job.
There was voter fraud in North Carolina last year.
For the past year, some of North Carolina's leading Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, left-wingers and right-wingers, tried something different.
According to many reports, Donald Trump is getting frantic as his administration nears the 100-day mark. It’s an arbitrary line in the sand, but one he himself touted in many pre-inauguration boasts.
RALEIGH — While North Carolina legislators and Gov. Roy Cooper haven’t yet received the report on state income taxes paid or refunded by the April deadline, they shouldn’t count on a positive “April surprise” to make fiscal decisions for them.
On June 15th, the Class of 2017 will gather with their friends, family members, and school system staff to celebrate a major life milestone as they receive their high school diplomas.
RALEIGH — Friends and readers — lawmakers here in Raleigh are taking a swipe at your local newspaper.