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5/04 - NEW BREAKING: Kasich to drop out of presidential race
5/04 - NEW Paul Ryan proposes ending Obamacare's coverage of pre-existing conditions
5/04 - NEW Man poses as military bomb disposal expert, lives in Fort Bragg barracks for months
5/04 - NEW PoliticsNC: Hillary will turn out to be a much better campaigner than people think
5/04 - NEW Ted Cruz is out, but John Kasich isn't going anywhere
5/03 - Randleman's notorious Seabord Chemical dump still awaits cleanup, and threatens city's water supplies
5/03 - Waikiki beach may be next landmark to vanish due to climate change
5/03 - Landfill fire moving closer to nuclear waste dump in Missouri
5/03 - The GOP has a demographic problem they show no signs of fixing
5/02 - Report: FBI foiled attack on Florida synagogue
5/02 - Unhealthy ozone days could increase by more than a week in coming decades
5/02 - Rev. William Barber II on NC's retreat from voting rights
5/02 - Brad Pitt builds 109 homes for the homeless in New Orleans
5/01 - NCGOP removes first Black chairperson
5/01 - The strong evidence against spanking
5/01 - Why the people picking California's tomatoes can't afford to eat them
5/01 - Poll shows a majority of young Americans believe our economic system can't face today's challenges
4/30 - McCrory still peddling myth of 'Carolina Comeback,' using faulty metrics
4/30 - Clinton camp says she's been forced to the left enough
4/30 - Sen. Burr blocks nomination of Fayetteville woman for federal judgeship
4/30 - Bank of America CEO reiterates call for HB2 repeal at annual meeting
4/29 - NC senator Buck Newton: 'We must fight to keep our state straight'
4/29 - Belgium issues iodine pills to all citizens in new nuclear emergency plan
4/29 - Thirteen small earthquakes near Weaverville since Sunday
4/29 - The librarian who saved Timbuktu's cultural treasures from Al Qaeda
4/28 - Thousands take to streets in Costa Rica to demand more taxes for rich
4/28 - These guys discovered one weird trick for building a clickbait empire
4/28 - Young workers today have lower wages despite more education
4/28 - Who really benefits from the HB2 boycott?
4/27 - Majority of NC voters oppose HB2, new poll shows
4/27 - Alabama voters to decide whether women who get abortions to be prosecuted as murderers
4/27 - After inflation, NC teacher pay has dropped 13 percent in the past 15 years
4/27 - Research shows a wider ideological gap between more and less educated adults
4/26 - James Fallows on why Asheville is so nice
4/26 - FCC commissioner calls low-power FM a 'phenomenal success story'
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