The Republicans’ alternative may have died an ignominious death last week, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to give up.
Amid a rising tide of anti-Semitism, including a bomb threat at the Sandra E. Lerner Community Day School, the Jewish community rallies to protect the marginalized.
In its place: another fifty-foot-tall apartment building
Peterson pleaded guilty but maintains his innocence. Kathleen Peterson’s daughter and sisters don’t believe him.
This is not the story of a murder. This is the story of a victim—and the victim’s daughter, a legacy, and fading memories.
The bizarre tale that captured America's imagination is coming to an end. (Also, what’s up with the owl?)
While Peterson is pleading guilty, he is also maintaining his innocence. This is the defense’s theory of the case.
A quick guide to one of the longest legal sagas in the Triangle’s history.
For the last fifteen years, the Michael Peterson murder case has been a saga unlike anything the Triangle has seen. From the 2003 trial to the 2017 manslaughter plea, here is the INDY’s reporting and commentary on it.
The Durham resident came within a few days of being deported after his political asylum application was denied
They came here in search of a better life. In light of Trump’s “Muslim ban,” will those who want to follow be allowed to join them?
Trump’s first few days inspired fear. The mounting opposition inspires hope.
Riot cops, tear gas, concussion grenades, a limo on fire: the peaceful transfer of power was not all that peaceful
Much of the group’s energy seemed to be an expression of collective rage.
Three times as many people came to the Women’s March as went to Trump’s inauguration. Thousands of them were Tar Heels.
Facing a hostile legislature and federal government, undocumented immigrants are preparing to lobby the General Assembly
The legislature will fight him at every turn, but Cooper needs to remember the progressive movement that got him to the Executive Mansion
Recapping the year’s major events, in North Carolina and across the world
Rummaging through the dumpster fire of 2016 and six resolutions for living in Trump’s America