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A New Study Shows That Turning Local Cops Into Immigration Enforcers Hasn’t Made N.C. Communities Safer

But that isn’t stopping Alamance County’s sheriff from rushing to sign up

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The First of the Murphy-Brown Hog-Farm Nuisance Trials Began in Raleigh This Week

These cases could have huge implications for commercial hog farming in eastern North Carolina

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Why Can’t North Carolina Let Go of the Lost Cause?

According to polls, most Tar Heels want Confederate monuments to stay put

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When Allison Dahle Challenged Duane Hall, She Didn’t Expect to Win. Then Everything Changed.

In an interview, Hall emphatically denies the sexual-misconduct allegations leveled against him

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What Will Donald Trump’s Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Mean for N.C. Businesses?

Some of the state’s largest industries, including aerospace and automotive manufacturing, textiles, and chemical production, rely on these products

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After the Parkland Massacre, N.C. Lawmakers Want to Arm Teachers. Students Want to Vote the Bastards Out.

“I can’t personally see how bringing more guns into a school will solve this problem.”

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Ronnie Long Has Spent Four Decades Behind Bars for a Rape He Says He Didn’t Commit. There’s Reason to Think He Got a Raw Deal.

The cops didn’t turn over potentially exonerating evidence. The lineup process was unusual and possibly illegal. The jury was all-white.

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North Carolina Has One of the Country’s Highest Infant-Death Rates. Expanding Medicaid Could Change That.

A new report from NC Child argues that better health care access for mothers will mean healthier babies

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The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Came to Raleigh to Learn More About Challenges to the Right to Vote

In 2013, the Supreme Court struck down a key part of the Voting Rights Act. Several states, including North Carolina, took advantage.

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In 2016, N.C. Nursing Homes Were Fined $3.4 Million for Failing to Protect Residents. Trump Is Putting a Stop to That.

For at least eighteen months, the federal government will stop penalizing nursing facilities

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The Year of Resistance

2017 has been a year of outrage and resistance.

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What’s Behind the Legislature’s Plan to Overhaul the State Court System?

“The legislature is unhappy with the system of checks and balances that our government has created”

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UNC’s New “Free-Speech” Policy Could Actually Chill Free Speech, Advocates Say

The policy seeks penalties up to expulsion for students who “substantially disrupt speakers on campus

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An N.C. Company Played a Big Role in the Bush Administration’s Extraordinary Renditions. There’s Never Been a State Investigation.

Last week, the Commission of Inquiry on Torture held a two-day hearing to discuss the matter

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Pressure Mounts for the Senate Judiciary Committee to Demand Answers from Thomas Farr

Both The Washington Post and a coalition of left-leaning groups have asked the Senate to take another look at Farr’s involvement in a Jesse Helms voter intimidation scheme.

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Cora Cole-McFadden Has Been a Durham Political Institution. That Could End This Week.

The trailblazing incumbent placed second in the Ward 1 primary vote in October

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Wildin Acosta’s Asylum Case Is Pending. What About the Rest of the NC6?

President Trump wants to make things more difficult for asylum seekers like Acosta

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Boosters Argue That the Proposed East Coast Greenway Could Revitalize Forgotten North Carolina Towns

The three-thousand-mile greenway could be to cyclists what the Appalachian Trail is to hikers

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Can Learning to Draw Make Duke Medical Students Better Doctors?

“This is how people learned the human body centuries ago—they drew it”

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The N&O Promises Less Spinach. What Does That Mean for Local News Consumers?

Given the industry’s dynamics, the paper’s move toward “reader-focused” content was inevitable

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