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WASHINGTON, D.C. (MCT) — Against the backdrop of gasoline prices rising at the pump in an election year, a new Obama administration report cites “significant progress” in reducing foreign oil imports and increasing domestic oil and gas production. But independent analysts attribute much of the fall in oil imports to slack U.S. demand in a still-anemic economy. And to a certain degree, the boost in domestic oil and gas production is the result of decisions energy companies made during the George W. Bush administration to develop key reservoirs.
MOBILE, Ala. (MCT) — First it was grits. Now it’s catfish.
North Carolina was not invited to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2001 on Monday. UNC will likely get a bid to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will speak at UNC on March 22.
Developers will break ground this month on the 300 East Main St. project in Carrboro.
After five years as Chapel Hill’s economic development director, Dwight Bassett announced his resignation last week to accept a similar position in Raleigh.
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit abstracts for University Research Day 2012.
Someone reported vandalism and larceny at 706 N. Columbia St. at 11:38 p.m. Saturday, Chapel Hill police reports state. Stolen items included televisions valued at $700, according to police reports.
Damages to three doors and a window totaled $500, police reports state.
CHICAGO, (MCT) — Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney’s campaign has long considered Illinois to be in its win column, but a new poll shows the candidate has some work to do to make that a reality.
CAIRO (MCT) — An Egyptian military tribunal Sunday acquitted an army doctor of giving women activists “virginity tests,” in a case that angered the nation over violent crackdowns on protests that included intimidating women with sexual abuse.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (MCT) — Despite President Barack Obama’s assurances that the United States will know if Iran begins to secretly build a nuclear bomb, some senior officials familiar with U.S. intelligence and spying capabilities in Iran are doubtful.
KABUL, Afghanistan (MCT) — A U.S. soldier killed 16 Afghan civilians on Sunday, including three women and nine children, in an unprovoked attack in southern Kandahar province, Afghan officials said.
Chapel of the Cross will host a TEDx talk today with the theme “beloved community.”
Chapel Hill police arrested Cumun Tramane Fearrington, 27, of Sunset Drive, on charges of counterfeiting and drug possession.
The Daily Tar Heel is seeking four students at large to serve on the editor selection committee, an 11-member board that will convene March 31 to select the next editor of the paper.
UNC Libraries will operate under different hours during Spring Break.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (MCT) — A GOP-led attempt to roll back new rules requiring insurance companies to provide free contraceptive care was dismissed by the Senate — a rejection of a Republican pivot toward conservative social issues and a victory for President Barack Obama’s health care law.
LOS ANGELES (MCT) — Davy Jones, the British Invasion-era singer who became a household heartthrob as a member of the Monkees, has died in Florida.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — North Korea will suspend long-range missile launches, nuclear weap- ons tests and activities at its key nuclear site, including the enrichment of uranium, as part of an agreement under which it will receive desperately needed food aid from the United States, the two countries announced Wednesday.
HARRISBURG, Ill. (MCT) — At least six people were killed and about 100 were injured after an apparent tornado early Wednesday ripped through the southern end of Harrisburg, Ill., authorities say.