Less than two weeks after a false bomb threat on Yik Yak sparked panic at UNC, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments for a high-profile case involving threats on social media
The National Council on Teacher Quality recently released a report implying that teacher education programs are less rigorous than other fields of study — but some education deans are disputing the findings.
State officials from North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia held a closed-door meeting Nov. 6 to discuss the possibility of oil drilling off the Atlantic coast — and environmental advocacy groups are disconcerted with their lack of access to the discussions.
Early voting turnout in North Carolina in 2014 increased substantially from the last midterm election — despite a shorter number of early voting days.
The Wake Forest University School of Business is no longer offering the traditional daytime master's of business administration program to incoming students.
A major historic site in Durham — where the largest and last surrender of the Civil War took place — needs to raise $310,000 by Halloween to purchase two acres of land surrounding the area.
Bicyclists who parked their bikes in Chapel Hill Thursday probably found that their bike was tagged with a brightly colored flyer when they returned.
Gov. PatMcCroryand state legislators have repeatedly refused to expand North Carolina’s Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act, citing hundreds of millions of dollars in cost overruns.
HPU College Republicans chairwoman in video: "I don't want to have any voting registration happening on this campus"
The chairwoman of High Point University's College Republicans has stirred national attention for trying to stop a voter registration drive happening on campus last weekend.