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Judge declines to give quick relief in amendment lawsuits

    Judge declines to give quick relief in amendment lawsuits

By Gary D. Robertson Associated Press RALEIGH   — A state judge declined Tuesday to give immediate relief to Gov. Roy Cooper and interest groups who want proposed constitutional amendments

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N. C. elections board back in court in power struggle

    N. C. elections board back in court in power struggle

GOP lawmakers and Cooper have been embroiled in litigation and political disputes since Cooper was elected governor in 2016.

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Civil rights leader Barber honored for 25 years as pastor

    Civil rights leader Barber honored for 25 years as pastor

Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro had a special service Sunday, July 29, to honor the Rev. Dr. William Barber II.

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N.C. lawmakers return to work on ballot wording

    N.C. lawmakers return to work on ballot wording

The North Carolina legislature called itself into an unscheduled session starting Tuesday, July 24.

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N.C. senators react to Trump-Putin meeting

  N.C. senators react to Trump-Putin meeting

In an extraordinary embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump on Monday openly questioned his own intelligence agencies’ firm finding that Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. election to his benefit.

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Ernie Barnes honored with arts exhibit in Durham

  Ernie Barnes honored with arts exhibit in Durham

By Martha Waggoner, The Associated Press RALEIGH — At heart, Ernie Barnes the professional football player was always Ernie Barnes the

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Supreme Court nominee begins making his case to senators

  Supreme Court nominee begins making his case to senators

By Lisa Mascaro and Catherine Lucey, Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, mapped out strategy with

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3 for-profit college campuses in N.C. expected to close

  3 for-profit college campuses in N.C. expected to close

For-profit colleges are expected to shut down three campuses in North Carolina cities before the end of the year.

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Senate overrides Cooper vetoes of judicial district, election bills

  Senate overrides Cooper vetoes of judicial district, election bills

Republican legislators are moving to try to override Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s vetoes.

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NAACP threatens lawsuits over charter school and voter ID

  NAACP threatens lawsuits over charter school and voter ID

RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina civil rights leaders are threatening to sue the state over a recently passed law that

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