Before he was the creator of the HBO drama “True Detective” or the co-writer of a remake of the classic western “Magnificent Seven,” Nic Pizzolatto was standing at the front of a UNC classroom teaching undergraduates how to tell a story.
Intraparty disagreements among Republican leaders in North Carolina have come to the fore amid this year’s protracted budget fight and accusations of a lack of transparency during the Board of Governors’ UNC-system president search — which led to chair John Fennebresque’s resignation Monday.
After 10 months of dealings behind closed doors, the search for the next UNC-System president may be nearing its conclusion.
As America grows evermore accepting of the LGBT community, some religious communities have opened their congregations to people of different sexual orientations, but religiously affiliated adoption agencies have been slow to change.
The state’s long-overdue budget passed another legislative hurdle Thursday and needs to pass one more vote early today before reaching Gov. Pat McCrory’s desk.
When flu breaks out, doctors across the world often rely on Tamiflu, a medication considered so vital it is listed on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicine.
By Nick Niedzwiadek Senior Writer The state’s two-month overdue budget glacially neared completion Wednesday as the legislature reached an agreement on teacher pay. Teachers across the state will receive a one-time $750 bonus this year as opposed to the House’s original plan to give all teachers a 2 percent raise, according to documents provided by Sen.
It wasn’t long after Mark Yusko arrived in Chapel Hill in 1998 with big ideas about how to revitalize UNC-Chapel Hill’s slumping endowment that he met the brick wall of administrative bureaucracy.
In an event that featured as many umbrellas as signs, students, faculty and low-wage employees rallied Wednesday at Shaw University for a $15 per hour minimum wage.
Six months after Rolling Stone published the explosive “A Rape on Campus” article detailing an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, the UVa. chapter announced Monday that it will be suing the magazine.
Perhaps spurred by Carly Fiorina’s moving “I have buried a child” statement during one of the Republican debates, Chris Christie and Jeb Bush both spoke publicly about how America deals with drug addiction.
Sorry Carol Folt, but making you the chancellor at UNC was a mistake — it should have been Drake. Drake? Aubrey “Drake” Graham? Wheelchair Jimmy?
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Monday became the second Republican presidential candidate to toss in the towel, just 70 days after announcing.
After Kanye West, noted political activist and part-time Grammy-winning artist, announced his intention to run for president in 2020, many people remembered that there is actually a presidential race going on right now and started looking for a place to catch up on the race.
North Carolina was involved in yet another scandal involving an athletic team, as part of allegations that a softball team conspired to throw a game in order to eliminate a tougher opponent.
This week's cover of The New Yorker, the foremost purveyor of 10,000-plus word articles about IKEA, features 30 emoji of Hillary Clinton. This comes shortly after The Washington Post created emoji for every team in this year's NCAA basketball tournament.
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.
Election Day has come — and more important than the actual winners and losers, Nov. 4 means the cascade of political advertising will come to a close.Unfortunately for Louisiana and Georgia, their races will likely result in a run-off, and therefore will see much more of the same campaign propaganda.