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The Morning Roundup: HB 2 Is Doomed

The Morning Roundup: HB 2 Is Doomed

Plus: school is back, and so is Mike Nifong.
Federal Judge Issues an Injunction Against HB 2

Federal Judge Issues an Injunction Against HB 2

The ruling prevents the UNC system from enforcing the law ahead of the trial.
Meet the Latest Media Start-up: <i>The Daily Tar Heel</i>

Meet the Latest Media Start-up: The Daily Tar Heel

Yeah, it's been around awhile, but it's trying something different.
The Morning Roundup: Hillary Shot a Campaign in Reno Just to Watch It Die

The Morning Roundup: Hillary Shot a Campaign in Reno Just to Watch It Die

Also: UNC’s new sports scandal, Caroline Sullivan’s missing seat, and McCrory gets some much-needed help (that probably won’t help all that much).
In a New Ad, Richard Burr Loves (the Wrong) Black People

In a New Ad, Richard Burr Loves (the Wrong) Black People

Not the best minority outreach here.

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What Aetna’s Decision to Leave the Obamacare Exchange Says about the Future of For-Profit Health Care

What Aetna’s Decision to Leave the Obamacare Exchange Says about the Future of For-Profit Health Care

Can big corporations and universal coverage peacefully coexist? That doesn’t seem likely.

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Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem <i>Little Men</i>

Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem Little Men

Ira Sachs's latest film opens in the Triangle on September 9.

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Food

As Southern as Shilla Market: Cucumber Kimchi Spices Up a Tomato Sandwich

As Southern as Shilla Market: Cucumber Kimchi Spices Up a Tomato Sandwich

At least twice a week, Sunnyeo Bak makes five to seven cases of kim-chi varieties for Shilla Market, which she has owned for six years with her husband and daughters.

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Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Adam Cave Fine Art and Lee Hansley Gallery are both moving to the fringe of downtown.

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Sports

A Free Self-Defense Camp in Durham Empowers LGBTQ Youth to Stand Up to Oppression

A Free Self-Defense Camp in Durham Empowers LGBTQ Youth to Stand Up to Oppression

For some, martial arts are just fun. But for LGBTQ teens in Squad! Self Defense’s “Fighting Back” camp, it's a matter of survival.

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