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North Carolina churches are coming together to offer sanctuary to immigrants and families facing deportation.
Three female physicians filed a lawsuit against the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority and Carolinas HealthCare System on the grounds that the companies violated the Equal Pay Act of 1963.
A Charlotte triathlon changed its name last week after criticism regarding its connection to president Donald Trump.
The number of voters registered as unaffiliated has surpassed the number of voters registered as Republican— making unaffiliated voters the second largest voting group in the state by about 1,000 voters.
Although cesnsus data shows child marriages in the United States are rare, a report by the Tahirih Justice Center shows varying state laws directly contribute to minors getting legally married.
Tim Duane, professor of environmental studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, gave a lecture Tuesday exploring the scopes and limits of presidential power towards environmental deregulation at the UNC School of Law, just days after the Environmental Protection Agency cut roughly 400 employees under President Donald Trump’s administration.
North Carolina is ready to accept Hurricane Irma evacuees heading north from Florida, Georgia and South Carolina after opening five new Red Cross shelters across the state this weekend.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein joined 15 other state attorneys general in filing a lawsuit to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival grantees on Wednesday. This lawsuit comes on the heels of the Donald Trump administration’s announcement to end DACA Tuesday.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Irma, which is predicted to reach the state as early as Monday or Tuesday.
Though Mark Dorosin, managing attorney at the Center, might lose his job on Friday, he is more worried about what’s at stake if the center closes, and what will happen to the communities who would no longer be able to call the Center for Civil Rights an ally.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions formally announced the end to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — an Obama-era executive action that shields young, undocumented immigrants from deportation.
There are many words one could use to describe political discourse on a college campus, but “nonpartisan” isn’t often one of them. Senior political science major Tanner Glenn wants to change that.
UNC Health Care announced its decision to merge with Carolinas HealthCare System Thursday. The two entities signed a Letter of Intent to join their clinical, medical education and research resources.
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed 11 bills this year – but none of those vetoes have succeeded yet.
The Durham County Board of Education unanimously passed a policy Thursday banning clothing with imagery considered historically racially or religiously oppressive in the wake of the Charlottesville violence.
Charity workers, a congressperson, UNC researchers, and patients afflicted by a rare disease all gathered in the Carolina Club on Thursday evening to celebrate a grant from the Center for Disease Control to help combat HHT.
White nationalists are reported to be clashing with protesters in downtown Durham.
Baltimore's Confederate statues were removed from the city early Wednesday morning.
Protesters gathered on Tuesday outside UNC's Center for School Leadership Development to voice their disapproval for the proposed UNC Board of Governor's litigation ban against UNC Law School's Center for Civil Rights.
North Carolina will not hold 2017 special elections under remedied districts, but a three-judge panel has set a deadline of Sept. 1 for legislators to produce new maps.