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Goldsboro High School’s principal is under the microscope after some say he required more than a dozen teachers to list examples of white privilege they observe in their daily lives and in the … more
Some college basketball players are calling out the NCAA for an ad that paints a misleading portrayal of a day in the life of a “student-athlete.” Good for them. The 30-second ad has been in … more
For those who were expecting fireworks, the long-awaited Mueller report, released on March 22, landed with a thud. Attorney General William Barr, a Trump appointee, spent the weekend preparing a … more
Even the crankiest pillow snugglers have adjusted to the time change after springing forward earlier this month. But daylight saving time is still making news because of a pending attempt in Congress … more
The U.S. Supreme Court heard a lot Tuesday about what is wrong with the way North Carolina’s congressional districts are laid out. There were no questions about the bad or the good. The job of … more
The national debate over Donald Trump’s presidency is slowly shifting from legal questions to political considerations following special counsel Robert Mueller’s nearly two-year probe into … more
The minimum wage is now less about pay and more about inequality. As a practical matter, the minimum wage doesn’t apply to the vast majority of workers. In North Carolina in 2016, only 38,000 … more
When you notice there’s a revolving door on the executive suite, it’s fair to wonder whether there’s trouble at the top. When highly qualified, accomplished leaders are making tracks out of … more
Remember those bold pronouncements from U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis about standing up to an abuse of power by President Trump? Never mind. He takes them back. Misspoke. Didn’t mean … more
The college admissions bribery scandal disclosed by federal prosecutors touched off national outrage on the juicy topics of elite education, privilege and celebrity criminal allegations. Wealthy, … more
To recklessly throw around claims of voting fraud is to play a dangerous game that could do lasting harm to our democracy. Yet politicians from the White House to the local level are indulging in … more
Perhaps they didn’t get word earlier. Maybe they missed the news stories. Whatever happened, it’s clear that some members of the General Assembly need to know this: America lost the War on … more
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