The final report of a UNC-system campus security initiative was unveiled Thursday at the Board of Governors meeting in Chapel Hill.
North Carolina residents gathered Tuesday to give testimonies in support of the Environmental Protection Agency’s new carbon pollution standards.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision has garnered criticism by those supporting access to contraceptives, from the dissents of four Supreme Court justices to U.S. congressmen bent on passing new legislation.
About 700 people have filed claims to receive compensation for being forcibly sterilized by the state — but hundreds of potential living victims could have missed last Monday’s deadline.
In a time of rising health care costs and lack of Medicaid expansion, new N.C. tax laws will stop state agencies from collecting patients’ tax returns in exchange for medical debts.
Moral Monday protesters traded shouted words for taped mouths inside the North Carolina legislative building.
After claiming early leads in Tuesday night’s primaries, Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) and N.C. Speaker of the House Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) won the Democratic and Republican nominations, respectively, for the U.S. Senate race this November.
The election of two new leaders, resolutions confronting student voting concerns and a handful of proposed and passed reforms filled the UNC-system Association of Student Governments’ penultimate meeting this weekend.
Surrounded by male high school students of color, President Barack Obama said during a speech last week that American children deserve the same chances that he had.
The definition of in-state students might be broadening next year, inviting military students and some in neighboring states to pay lower rates in the UNC system — blurring the bounds of tuition categories amid swelling out-of-state tuition rates.
This is the second in a four-part mini series focusing on different angles of federal campaign finance reform, an issue augmented by the rise of undisclosed spending for candidates.
This is the first in a four-part mini series focusing on different angles of federal campaign finance reform, an issue augmented by the rise of undisclosed spending for candidates.
By 2015, up to 5 million more college students and graduates will be able to cap their monthly federal student loan payments.
Lt. General Richard Zilmer is not a climate scientist, but he knows how to prepare for a risky situation — and climate change, he says, is looming.
November’s primary election is set to be one of the most contested in the nation, pitting two candidates with plenty of funding — but low approval ratings — against each other.
As the election season winds up for November, the N.C. Democratic Party is using Tillis’ legislative record to their advantage.
Tonight’s primary will prove to be a crowded affair, with 13 candidates vying for their parties’ nominations in the U.S. Senate and many more competing for positions in the U.S. House of Representatives and state government positions.
James “Jim” Snyder, Jr., is a Republican who addresses many issues not emphasized by his GOP competition.
As part of View from the Hill's series of profiles on U.S. Senate candidates, meet Republican Thom Tillis.
This is the second in a series of profiles on the 2014 U.S. Senate Candidates on View from the Hill.For Heather Grant, former member of the Army Nurse Corps and a nurse practitioner, the upcoming election is an opportunity for her to build a foundation for future citizen legislators. But can she compete?