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Movie review: <i>Hunger Games</i> turns dark in the series' latest installment

Movie review: Hunger Games turns dark in the series' latest installment

Splitting story into two parts hampers film but Jennifer Lawrence shines

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Live: At 52, Garth Brooks works to be a new boss

Live: At 52, Garth Brooks works to be a new boss

In Greensboro, Garth Brooks is an aged, excellent workhorse. But he's got to let go of that false modesty sometime.

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Humongous rivalry games highlight grid weekend

Humongous rivalry games highlight grid weekend

Titles on the line as uber-rivals square off.

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New report shows North Carolina can achieve 20 percent solar by 2030

New report shows North Carolina can achieve 20 percent solar by 2030

N.C.'s solar energy technical potential could meet the state's energy needs 33 times over

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