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Supreme Court strikes down congressional districts

The Supreme Court struck down two congressional districts in North Carolina Monday because race played too large a role in their creation.

Jordan High minority students discuss inequality

A panel of five African-American Jordan High School students spoke out about social and educational issues.

Nigerian artist adds talents to museum wall

The North Carolina Museum of Art is hosting Nigerian-American and D.C.-based artist Victor Ekpuk.

GSU valedictorian achieves academic, athletic success

Shaciarra Drake was determined to be a successful runner and college student.

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Time for Congress to restore $6 billion in HUD funding

From youth yearning for the time to have their own place to older Americans hoping to age in place, the need to have a home is a shared concern of consumers of all

Statement from Louise Pratt, mother of Kenneth Lee Bailey

On the afternoon of Wednesday, February 15, my son was killed by Durham police officers. Since I got the news, I haven't been able to find words. I told me (sic)

Upcoming Events

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ICON Lecture Series

Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Mark Krikorian, a

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Health Care

Famed physician-activist Dr. Margaret Flowers

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Tackle Student Debt Workshop

TACKLE STUDENT DEBT WORKSHOP IF YOU ARE

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Jordan High minority students discuss inequality

DURHAM – A panel of five African-American Jordan High School students spoke out about

Judge's ruling may cost NC more than $100 million

RALEIGH – North Carolina government could soon have to pay damages to retired workers and

H.B. Charles to be Pastors' Conf. nominee

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Oklahoma pastor Brad Graves has announced the withdrawal of his candidacy