A job interview is a daunting task. Pressure builds. Stress looms. The handshake, the nods, the eye contact — it feels like a test.
N.C. Senate Minority Leader Martin Nesbitt (D-Buncombe) died unexpectedly Thursday at age 67, days after stepping down from his position as he sought treatment for an undisclosed medical condition.
Raleta Summers lived the life of a typical graduate student — grading papers, taking classes, going out with friends — before returning to sleep in her car.
RALEIGH — Several groups rallied in the Historic Thousands on Jones Street march in Raleigh on Saturday. Some marchers stood with Planned Parenthood, others with the NAACP. Zoe Nichols, 12, stood with Dumbledore’s Army.
N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office deemed N.C. students without documentation ineligible for in-state tuition in a letter released Thursday — but activists, embattled from a 30-mile march earlier this month in pursuit of policy change, say the fight is far from over.
Brian Link spends his days helping his students chart the corners of the justice system. Now he’s taking his subject beyond the classroom as he joins five teachers and the N.C. Association of Educators in a lawsuit opposing the demise of teacher tenure.
New voter identification requirements are sowing legal challenges not just in North Carolina, but beyond its borders — with Texas bracing to become a fresh legal battleground.
A federal grant aims to trim teen birth rates in rural N.C. school districts by laying the groundwork for abstinence education early — but tweaks to curriculums will be minor.
The proposed election omnibus bill could restrict where college students cast their ballots.
A crop of recent abortion legislation nationwide has bred controversy that could lead to the courtroom, and an N.C. abortion bill might face the same future if it becomes law.