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There has been plenty of focus nationally in recent months on sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s impacted the business world, the entertainment world and government.
A federal court's decision to strike down North Carolina's congressional map has cast uncertainty over the state's 2018 U.S. House races.
More than 30 states now offer some assistance for parents to send their children to private or religious schools or to pay for outside services. But North Carolina, where Democrats prevented such programs for decades, has quickly jumped near the head of the class.
Age-old criminal misconduct and challenges from new technology are addressed in that 20 North Carolina laws that take effect partially or in full Friday.
The expert who federal judges asked to redraw some North Carolina House and Senate district lines rejects Republican arguments that he set race-based population targets within new boundaries, saying he focused on other redistricting criteria instead.
A North Carolina appeals court agrees that state lawmakers can have the last word on confirming Gov. Roy Cooper's top aides.
The complaint names sate leaders involved in appropriating the funds for the aquarium.
North Carolina's complicated formulas that send billions of dollars annually to the public schools are supposed to get overhauled by a special committee now starting up.
On Thursday, the House Select Committee on North Carolina River Quality met at the General Assembly to hear directly from researchers and state officials dealing with the issue.