One brother wants to suppress the vote. The other called him out on it. Mom must be proud.
Eliminate the runoff? Instant runoff voting? Changes may be coming to Durham elections—just not anytime soon
The airport’s Vision 2040 master plan isn’t done, but there are already protests
It’s been a tough week at DHHS. Let’s review how we got here
Overall, however, crime is down 10 percent
An HB 2-specific exhibit at Horse & Buggy Press will feature some of the top names in cartooning, including our own Cullum Rogers
Four times this year, courts have ruled state laws in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment
On Sunday, the state Board of Elections appointed a former Jesse Helms aide to the Wake County elections board
Black churches come together to preach the gospel and take the city back
In November, the school system will ask for $91 million—mostly for new buildings
The court finds the law was designed to keep black people from voting
Officials have no record of an application they say the Republicans needed to file
The fallout from Donald Trump’s feud with Khizr Khan continues
The Durham police are still investigating, but the officer at the center of the incident is no longer with the DPD
Own it, Governor.
Union leaders are obviously happy with the decision.
And now the golfers
As the INDY reported last week, the area where Daniels's body was found—just north of N.C. Central University campus—is increasingly blighted and crime-ridden.
The rapper encouraged African Americans to put their money in black-owned banks. It’s working.
Governor McCrory’s former employer gets a big win from the legislature and looks to score another from the Utilities Commission