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An Autopsy Appears to Contradict the Durham Police Department’s Account of How Frank Clark Died

The report released last week supports witnesses who say he was shot from behind while fleeing
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Theater Review: An In-Process Adaptation of <i>De Profundis</i> Is Still Floundering in Oscar Wilde's Seas

Theater Review: An In-Process Adaptation of De Profundis Is Still Floundering in Oscar Wilde's Seas

As theater, Wilde's dense and intricate prose is very hard to swim through. On Wednesday night, the artists in this effort were nowhere near safe harbor.
Movie Review: In <i>Silence</i>, Scorsese Taps a Deeply Spiritual Vein in a Visceral Story of Faith

Movie Review: In Silence, Scorsese Taps a Deeply Spiritual Vein in a Visceral Story of Faith

Three Jesuit priests journey to Japan in the seventeenth century and confront brutality that tests their convictions.
Cooper Picks Commerce and Administration Secretaries

Cooper Picks Commerce and Administration Secretaries

Commerce nominee Anthony Copeland is a prolific Democratic donor.
NC Comicon and Oak City Comicon Consolidate Brands as New Competition From Florida Looms

NC Comicon and Oak City Comicon Consolidate Brands as New Competition From Florida Looms

The Triangle's premier annual comics convention is now a double-header, NC Comicon: Bull City and NC Comicon: Oak City. Meanwhile, Raleigh Supercon enters the fray.
Pennies on the Dollar: A Tour of the North Carolina’s Gender-Wage Gap

Pennies on the Dollar: A Tour of the North Carolina’s Gender-Wage Gap

Statewide, women make 86 cents for every dollar a man earns. For women of color, however, the numbers are much, much worse.

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Isabelle Huppert Unforgettably Avenges Herself in <i>Elle</i>

Isabelle Huppert Unforgettably Avenges Herself in Elle

Director Paul Verhoeven’s superlative French-made thriller opens locally on Friday, Jan. 13.

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