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Why is Roy Cooper pandering to our basest instincts?

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate wants a pointless pause in Syrian refugees

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Wake County workers will soon get a living wage

The county commission will vote Monday on one of the most robust wage ordinances in the state

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How is North Carolina’s economy doing, really?

A report says we have one of the best business climates in the country. Should we believe it?

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Under Margaret Spellings, will UNC’s liberal arts programs become a thing of the past?

An exchange between an alumna and a member of the Board of Governors highlights questions about the university system’s future

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Why can’t we study gun violence?

Local congressman David Price leads an effort to restore federal funding for gun-violence research

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Does Black Wall Street need to be blacker?

How should Durham rebuild what was once an epicenter of African-American commerce?

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Duke University gets in the union-busting game

The school’s efforts to keep adjunct professors from organizing raise ire

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Immigrants ask Gov. McCrory to veto a bill targeting them

Unfortunately for them, he’s already fundraising off of it

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Will parking fees crush downtown Raleigh?

Business owners worry about how the city’s new plan will affect their livelihoods

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Does the light-rail line have a math problem?

Two local economists are trying to figure out if GoTriangle’s numbers add up

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Renee Ellmers’ horrible, no good, very bad week

Salacious Washington skullduggery was only the beginning

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Why is Research Triangle Park building its own mini-city?

RTP announced plans last week for a massive redevelopment

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What you should know about Raleigh’s DrunkTown wars

Some final thoughts on the defining fault line of the city’s election

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A Raleigh neighborhood doesn’t want the city’s street “improvements”

They’ll get them anyway. But will their anger impact next week’s election?

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N.C. lawmakers lust after PAC dollars

The Senate wants to rescind cities’ antidiscrimination efforts

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Ahead of N.C. Pride, we recap the year in gay

At last year’s event, same-sex couples in North Carolina couldn’t wed. Now, there are gay Doritos.

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Bidding adieu to Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez

Forced into retirement, the chief’s legacy is one of racial division

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Is Durham’s affordable-housing punt an epic fail?

The city declined to fast-track a nonprofit’s proposal, leading to questions of when deeds will match words

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Can young voters swing Raleigh city elections?

The youth movement is registering voters, but will they show up?

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Will Durham finally tackle affordable housing downtown?

Advocates want the city to turn some land it owns over to a nonprofit to build affordable units near Durham Station.

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