Duke graduate student unionization efforts lead to formal hearing with university and federal officials
Duke University graduate students are moving toward unionization after a ruling earlier this year said graduate students at private universities could be considered university employees.
Voters casting their ballots today in the race for attorney general will be deciding a close race between Republican candidate and N.C. Sen. Buck Newton and Democratic candidate and former N.C. Sen. Josh Stein.
N.C. cities scored zero potential points in nondiscrimination laws section of 'Municipal Equality Index'
The Human Rights Campaign, in partnership with the Equality Federation, released its fifth annual Municipal Equality Index last Monday. The index aims to score cities based on LGBTQ inclusive legislation.
At times speaking over chants of “Hillary for President,” Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton distanced herself from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a campaign event at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh Sunday.
Duke Energy finalized its $4.9 billion purchase of Piedmont Natural Gas company Monday after receiving approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission, but controversy over the merger remains.
Policy analysts agree state elections in November will likely be unaffected by the death of Keith Scott despite protests in Charlotte last week due to the candidates' measured responses.
Pat McCrory, incumbent Republican governor, and Roy Cooper, current Democratic Attorney General, faced off this Friday in the first debate of many before the approaching 2016 North Carolina gubernatorial election in November.
A week after Governor Pat McCrory vetoed Senate Bill 71, legislators and environmentalists remain in conflict over how to best manage coal ash pollution in North Carolina.
With their annual Memorial Day recess fast approaching, Congress remains locked in debate over funding to combat the growing threat of Zika virus in the United States.