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There are 480 Publications Banned in N.C. Prisons. One of Them Is a Copy of Oprah’s Magazine.

Last week, the Department of Public Safety unbanned The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

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Could Trump’s New Infrastructure Plan Kill the Durham-Orange Light Rail?

Signs point to … no one really knows

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Environmentalists Aren’t Happy About the NCDOT’s Plan to Finish the I-540 Beltway

Here’s what you need to know about that

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Senator Tillis Says People Involved in Jesse Helms’s Voter Suppression Shouldn’t in Politics

But that doesn’t apply to Thomas Farr, whose nomination cleared Tillis’s Senate Judiciary Committee last week

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Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like

The board’s newest member on her first meeting, her plans to make City Hall more inclusive, and her love for the Bull City

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North Carolina’s Gerrymandering Saga Had a Wild Ride Last Week

New legislative districts—but not new congressional ones—are on the way

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A History of Donald Trump’s Racism, Abridged

“Shithole countries” was only the latest entry on a very long list

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By This Time Next Week, One of These Seven People Will Be a Durham City Council Member

The council will select its choice to fill a vacant seat on Tuesday

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For the First Time Since 2008, Raleigh Had More Murders Than Durham

How do the Triangle’s cities stack up against metros across the country?

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Here Are 18 Things We Want to See Happen in 2018

No. 2: General Assembly Republicans to lose their supermajorities

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The INDY’s Official, Definitive, Incontrovertible Star Wars Movie Ranking

From worst to best, according to me

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The Disruption on the New Raleigh City Council Is a Blast from the Past

Some council members rebelled against the mayor

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The Durham County Commission Asks the NCGA to Hold Off on Class-Size Reductions

DPS doesn’t have the money to comply

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This Week Could Mark the End of the Web as We Know It

The FCC is about to repeal net neutrality. Here’s what that means for you.

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New Jersey Offered Amazon $7 Billion for HQ2. Can the Triangle Keep Up?

A look at the incentives some of our competitors are proposing makes clear that the tech giant has us over a barrel

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Wake Commissioners Want Raleigh to Reconsider Granny Flats

Commissioners passed a resolution Monday night encouraging the proliferation of accessory dwelling units

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A Grand Jury Will Soon Look into Missing Funds at the Wake County Register of Deeds Office

More than $2.3 million vanished. Indictments are possible.

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Is Durham Getting Safer? Let’s Dig Into the Numbers and Find Out.

Last week, the DPD released its third-quarter crime report

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A Black Feminist Bookmobile Is Coming to Durham

“Literally, there are black feminist books in their cars and homes; they share black feminist books with other people.”

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Duke Energy Wants You to Pay for Its Coal Ash Mess

If the state’s utilities commission goes along, customers would pay an additional $200-plus a year

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Mr Guy. Thank you for your supreme grammar grading skills. I would note that speaking english(note the lower case e) …

by Timothy Oswald on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

Perhaps I was not direct enough.

Your point was that it was important that new immigrants learn to …

by Guy_Smiley on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

Mr Guy. Thank you for grading my comment. Although that was a lot of time spent to not address the …

by Timothy Oswald on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

Re: Mr. Oswald
The first of sentence of your comment has typo; Mr. Oswald means area not are.
The second …

by Guy_Smiley on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

"And having a bilingual society is bad for cultural cohesion. It creates a "then and us", mentality."

It has …

by vidvis on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

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Mr Guy. Thank you for your supreme grammar grading skills. I would note that speaking english(note the lower case e) …

by Timothy Oswald on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

Perhaps I was not direct enough.

Your point was that it was important that new immigrants learn to …

by Guy_Smiley on Javiera Caballero Wants One Durham City Council Meeting to Be in Spanish, So English-Speakers Know What It’s Like (Triangulator)

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