The crisis in Ukraine may appear to have escalated to its height in 2013 and early 2014. But this might not the case. A break of ceasefire in the Donetsk region and over 9,000 Russian troops in Ukraine seem to tell a different story.
The history of Ukraine’s relationship with Russia, and the resulting three key decisions, were explained by former ambassador to Ukraine, William Taylor, in a lecture on UNC's campus Tuesday.Read More
The Democratic Party was severely outperformed by Republicans across in the country in the 2014 midterm elections. On top of that, the N.C. Democratic Party is in a troubled place financially.Read More
North Carolina cities' public transportation stacks up decently compared to cities nationwide with similar populations — but there is still room for improvement.Read More
The State of the Union has long been a made-for-TV spectacle, but the rise of social media has given the event increased importance. It remains one of the few annual political events that still maintains national attention.Read More
Speaker of the House John Boehner is in the news again, but this time, it is not for his politics.
Instead, the speaker is in the news because he is the target of a death threat — from his bartender.Read More
The N.C. Board of Education voted Thursday to change North Carolina’s grading scale from a seven-point grading scale to a 10-point grading scale — affecting all current public high school students.
In North Carolina public school, a 93-100 used to mean that the student would receive an A, while a 90 was a B. But the new changes being ushered in will allow students receiving anywhere from a 90 to a 100 to receive an A.Read More
A report released Thursday ranked Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and Bank of America among companies and law firms labeled “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” in the state.Read More