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Graduation rates among North Carolina's growing number of Hispanic students rose nearly 21 percent in six years, but there is disagreement in identifying the reason for the trend.
Graduation rates among North Carolina's growing number of Hispanic students rose nearly 21 percent in six years, but there is disagreement in identifying the reason for the trend.
 
Republican Mark Meadows talked a tough, conservative game in his campaign for the 11th district congressional seat being vacated by Democrat Health Shuler.
Republican Mark Meadows talked a tough, conservative game in his campaign for the 11th district congressional seat being vacated by Democrat Health Shuler.
 
Concerning the November 13, 2012 meeting of the Beaufort County Commissioners and the request for a study on the impact of tourism in Beaufort County, the data to date seems to make little or no sense and the various sources do not even confirm each other's findings.
Concerning the November 13, 2012 meeting of the Beaufort County Commissioners and the request for a study on the impact of tourism in Beaufort County, the data to date seems to make little or no sense and the various sources do not even confirm each other's findings.
 
Leaders of Triangle-area philanthropies, already sharing the national pain as charitable giving follows the stock market into decline, are decrying the region's level of generosity when compared to peer metropolitan areas.
Leaders of Triangle-area philanthropies, already sharing the national pain as charitable giving follows the stock market into decline, are decrying the region's level of generosity when compared to peer metropolitan areas.
 
Josephus Daniels was a prominent journalist and newspaper editor from North Carolina. He purchased the Raleigh News and Observer in 1894 and became a leading "New South" political commentator.
Josephus Daniels was a prominent journalist and newspaper editor from North Carolina. He purchased the Raleigh News and Observer in 1894 and became a leading "New South" political commentator.
 
The closing arguments in North Carolina's initial Racial Justice Act (RJA) concluded a few weeks ago in Fayetteville, and the public will be waiting for another one or two months for the ruling.
The closing arguments in North Carolina's initial Racial Justice Act (RJA) concluded a few weeks ago in Fayetteville, and the public will be waiting for another one or two months for the ruling.
 
The Obama administration has asked states to let them know by THIS FRIDAY their plans for setting up health care exchanges at the state level.
The Obama administration has asked states to let them know by THIS FRIDAY their plans for setting up health care exchanges at the state level.
 
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is once again overstepping its bounds. Recent news reports suggest that the FTC will soon file a formal antitrust case against Google.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is once again overstepping its bounds. Recent news reports suggest that the FTC will soon file a formal antitrust case against Google.
 
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