In the early hours of Friday, April 14, five cadets from Elizabeth City State University’s Army ROTC program stepped off to link up with their fellow cadets at Norfolk State University before heading to the Pentagon later in the day.…
The issue: North Carolina voters have given Republicans the power to set the state’s legislative agenda, which GOP leaders seem intent on using to influence all branches of government and the rights of state residents.
Our position: This urge for complete control over the state and the…
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.