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Good times abound at ACC women's media day

Good times abound at ACC women's media day

Hatchell's return a big boost to Tar Heel spirits.

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Investigation pins UNC-CH academic scandal on a pair of academic administrators

Investigation pins UNC-CH academic scandal on a pair of academic administrators

Report scolds the university for failing to offer any meaningful oversight.

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More election fun: Watch the Orange County candidates' forum

More election fun: Watch the Orange County candidates' forum

Hear from commissioner and state legislative candidates

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Latest Public Policy Polling survey: Kay Hagan 46, Thom Tillis 43, Sean Haugh 5

Latest Public Policy Polling survey: Kay Hagan 46, Thom Tillis 43, Sean Haugh 5

In the homestretch, Hagan's lead steady but slim

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Two views of ever-changing Hillsborough Street

Two views of ever-changing Hillsborough Street

One relishes the Hillsborough Street that is grimy, the other says that it's time for the street to "grow up"

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The legislature's neo-Redeemers may have set us back half a century

The legislature's neo-Redeemers may have set us back half a century

What’s the matter with North Carolina? New book spells it out

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Movie review: Realistic tank warfare and murky ethics in <i>Fury</i>

Movie review: Realistic tank warfare and murky ethics in Fury

The maxim "ideals are peaceful; history is violent" saturates a bleak World War II film starring Brad pitt

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