There’s a lot in store for this summer’s N.C. legislative session.
After a vote of approval from the N.C. legislature in the fall, concerns remain over the N.C. Guaranteed Admissions Program.
Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz is confident he can beat Donald Trump in the race for the White House.
Despite the challenge of a funding cap, a project to connect Durham to the UNC Hospitals system via light rail train could actually happen.
With the last debates before the New Hampshire primary having concluded, the stage is set for the primary election.
Not a single state legislature in the United States accurately reflects the Asian-American and Latino populations it governs, according to a report by the New American Leaders Project.
For those willing to brave the odds, a $2 investment is the only thing standing in the way of a chance to win the largest lottery jackpot in United States history.
When it comes to the presidency, voters in North Carolina value innovation over experience — according to a recent poll by High Point University. Among registered N.C.
A Place at the Table, a pay-what-you-can cafe, is under construction in Raleigh. The restaurant will allow patrons to set their own price for their meal or pay for someone else’s.
The N.C. General Assembly allocated nearly $2 billion to the UNC system last week in the form of a bond package — including more than $68 million to the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to make free public college a reality — but Americans are divided on the issue.
House Republicans have put Planned Parenthood on the chopping block