Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rev. William Barber II discussed and answered audience questions concerning a variety of pressing political issues, such as inequality, military spending, racism and Russia.
Public university systems in states like California and North Carolina are rejecting students that would have been accepted in prior years.
Raleigh has been ranked as the 11th best city in the country for food trucks, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Government regulations have eased up over the years and the city is teeming with food trucks in an industry that is booming.
North Carolina has its fair share of HBCUs, each with unique personalities. However, these schools face financial difficulty, and the government wants to step in to help. U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, R-N.C., is an organizer of annual meetings between legislators and historically black college and university leaders. Staff writer Michael Meeks spoke with Walker about his work with HBCUs, as well as future plans for higher education.
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities is introducing a new project designed to encourage institutional cooperation and increase college graduation rates.
Despite being out of session, the NC General Assembly continues conversations about gun control, Silent Sam and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
The U.S. Department of Education will not hear complaints from transgender students who are banned from using the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity.
A new study shows humanities majors close the gap with STEM majors over time when it comes to income.
Very low rates of young people are getting tested for HIV, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
N.C. State students take an unusual approach to their solar vehicle competition, astronaut Christina Koch keeps busy as she awaits her first mission, and an ECU professor combines economics, farming and the environment.
Duke University Chapel hosted a "public conversation" with U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, and the Rev. William Barber II moderated by Luke Powery Thursday. The three discussed race, poverty and militarism to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.