Undocumented residents in North Carolina may soon be able to obtain driver’s licenses, if the “Highway Safety/Citizens Protection Act” passes the state legislature.
Pressure is building for universities around the world to divest from fossil fuel-related energy companies — but for many schools, including UNC, the process has proven to be slow.
An offensive book connected to an N.C. State University fraternity — the school’s third Greek-related offense of the spring semester — has caused the closing of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and sparked a comprehensive investigation of the school’s Greek system.
North Carolina might beat President Barack Obama to offering free community college, at least for top performing high school students.
Patsy Keever has been tapped as the new chairwoman of the North Carolina Democratic Party — and she knows she has her work cut out for her.
Attorneys general are fighting the illegal sale of synthetic marijuana with their pens.
Young Americans for Liberty met Saturday for their state conference at the Kenan Conference Center, and focused on sharing their philosophy of liberty — the idea of freeing Americans from the government’s fiscal and social infringement.? The event was structured in two parts — In the morning participants heard from speakers about civic engagement and activism, and the afternoon consisted of speeches from prominent politicians and Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) affiliates.
A candidate in the running to lead the North Carolina Democratic Party misidentified a transgender candidate at a forum in Gaston County on Tuesday — a problem that LGBTQ activists say is common for members of the transgender community.
Part of an update on UNC-system schools.
Bernie Sanders’ now notorious quip about Hillary Clinton’s “damn emails” is a sentiment that people — Hillary fans or not — across the board probably share.
The pope made his whirlwind visit to the United States three weeks ago.
House Representative Mark Meadows, R-NC, is flexing for the latest round of Congressional tug-of-war. The North Carolina politician seeks to oust John Boehner, R-OH, as Speaker of the House
They’ve already started. It’s only a matter of weeks before our televisions are consumed with mini horror films — intense music, shadowy and unflattering portraits of politicians, with flashy displays of legal documents and speeches taken out of context.