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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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Fiery bishop at royal wedding served in W-S

    Fiery bishop at royal wedding served in W-S

The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, the first black leader of the Episcopal Church in the United States, was hand-picked by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to address their 600 wedding guests on May 19.

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N.C. restaurant owner ‘Mama Dip’ dies

    N.C. restaurant owner ‘Mama Dip’ dies

North Carolina restaurant owner known as much for generosity as her fried chicken has died at the age of 89, her family said Monday, May 21.

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Obama jokes he failed to get artist to give him smaller ears

    Obama jokes he failed to get artist to give him smaller ears

Former President Barack Obama talks about his official portrait that will be displayed at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.

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Election, prescriber rules altered with new 2018 laws

    Election, prescriber rules altered with new 2018 laws

All or portions of roughly 20 state laws took effect Monday, Jan. 1, in North Carolina.

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Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

    Wallace to drive for Petty in 2018

Darrell Wallace Jr. will become the first black full-time driver at NASCAR’s top level since 1971.

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Clinton to NAACP: Hard work ahead

    Clinton to NAACP:  Hard work ahead

CINCINNATI – Hillary Clinton on Monday, July 18, called for an end to the “madness” after the death of three

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Commentary: U.S. and local governments should stop honoring Confederate traitors

    Commentary: U.S. and local governments should stop honoring Confederate traitors

In above photo: Fading Confederate flag (Ron Rogers/Illustration for The Chronicle) By George Curry, Guest Columnist Can you imagine waving

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Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

    Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S.

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