Between controversial HB2 and budget negotiations, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper rounded out his first 100 days in office April 10.
President Donald Trump signed legislation Monday repealing the Federal Communications Commission’s privacy protections for internet users, which were created in October under the Obama administration but never took effect.
The United States and the United Kingdom increased airline security measures Tuesday, banning passengers from carrying devices larger than a cellphone aboard direct, inbound flights from certain Muslim-majority countries.
Sea Grant, a $73 million national program that aims to educate and provide statistically sound information about costal ecosystems, is at risk of being defunded.
Between Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ comments and an executive order issued Feb. 28, historically black colleges and universities are in the national spotlight.
A Jewish day school in Durham received an anti-Semitic bomb threat Wednesday, joining a recent wave of anti-Semitic acts across the country.
The Center for Biological Diversity sent Durham and nine other cities 40,000 endangered species condoms in honor of Valentine’s Day
House Bill 2 might cost the state the ability to host all NCAA Championship events for the next six years, according to a letter from the North Carolina Sports Association to the N.C. General Assembly.
President Donald Trump announced he will name Vice President Mike Pence to lead a commission investigating voter fraud in an interview with Bill O’Reilly, aired Sunday.
The U.S. The U.S. House of Representatives passed House Resolution 7 on Tuesday — a bill that would permanently prohibit federal funding for abortion services if passed in the Senate and approved by President Donald Trump.