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As Republicans begin their fourth year leading our state legislature it is fair to assess how they and we are doing under their control.
As Republicans begin their fourth year leading our state legislature it is fair to assess how they and we are doing under their control.
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, where he discussed the threat posed by ISIS and the Obama administration’s negotiations with Iran.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, where he discussed the threat posed by ISIS and the Obama administration’s negotiations with Iran.
 
In "Maintaining rigor and listening to teachers in the debate over academic standards," Keith Poston of the Public School Forum argues against changing the Common Core math and English standards, since he believes members of the state's Academic Standards Review Commission (ASRC) are working to...
In "Maintaining rigor and listening to teachers in the debate over academic standards," Keith Poston of the Public School Forum argues against changing the Common Core math and English standards, since he believes members of the state's Academic Standards Review Commission (ASRC) are working to...
 
Governor Pat McCrory spoke with teachers from throughout the state today for a meeting of his Teacher Advisory Committee, a committee re-established in September 2013 to address the needs of North Carolina K-12 teachers and students.
Governor Pat McCrory spoke with teachers from throughout the state today for a meeting of his Teacher Advisory Committee, a committee re-established in September 2013 to address the needs of North Carolina K-12 teachers and students.
 
Mae Bell Lewis Carawan, 89, of Aurora died Friday, March 6, 2015, at home.
Mae Bell Lewis Carawan, 89, of Aurora died Friday, March 6, 2015, at home.
 
Charles Archer Williamson, Jr. 68 of Oak Island passed away on March 10, 2015 in the SECU Hospice House of Brunswick.
Charles Archer Williamson, Jr. 68 of Oak Island passed away on March 10, 2015 in the SECU Hospice House of Brunswick.
 
Mrs. Gracie Mae Topping Battle, 85, of 696 Old County Rd., Belhaven, died Saturday, March 7, 2015.
Mrs. Gracie Mae Topping Battle, 85, of 696 Old County Rd., Belhaven, died Saturday, March 7, 2015.
 
Ms. Carol Ann Condon Newman, age 68, a resident of 504 Northwood Road, Washington, passed away peacefully at her home, Friday, March 13, 2015.
Ms. Carol Ann Condon Newman, age 68, a resident of 504 Northwood Road, Washington, passed away peacefully at her home, Friday, March 13, 2015.
 
Mr. Fred Maxline "Max" Rayburn, Jr., age 75, a resident of 106 Cedar Circle, Washington, died Thursday, March 12, 2015 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mr. Fred Maxline "Max" Rayburn, Jr., age 75, a resident of 106 Cedar Circle, Washington, died Thursday, March 12, 2015 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Edna Taylor Whitley Spruill died March 10, 2015 in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Oaks at Whitaker Glen, the retirement community to which she had moved in July 2010.
Edna Taylor Whitley Spruill died March 10, 2015 in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Oaks at Whitaker Glen, the retirement community to which she had moved in July 2010.
 
Edward John Mullen, Sr., age 80, a resident of Croatan Avenue in Bath, passed away on Monday, March 9, 2015 at his home
Edward John Mullen, Sr., age 80, a resident of Croatan Avenue in Bath, passed away on Monday, March 9, 2015 at his home
 
During the progressive era, federal antitrust enforcement agencies were known as "trustbusters." They were usually depicted as righteous warriors courageously fighting to rescue helpless ordinary citizens from the machinations of rich and powerful monopolists. In reality, federal trust busting...
During the progressive era, federal antitrust enforcement agencies were known as "trustbusters." They were usually depicted as righteous warriors courageously fighting to rescue helpless ordinary citizens from the machinations of rich and powerful monopolists. In reality, federal trust busting...
 
East Carolina University is moving ahead with plans to rehabilitate a seven-block area in Greenville's warehouse district as a millennial campus - a site where the university can collaborate with private companies to commercialize research discoveries and offer advanced training to benefit the...
East Carolina University is moving ahead with plans to rehabilitate a seven-block area in Greenville's warehouse district as a millennial campus - a site where the university can collaborate with private companies to commercialize research discoveries and offer advanced training to benefit the...
 
The common complaint about economic incentives is that they amount to having the government pick winners and losers. That's certainly true. However, as recent events in Charlotte show, another problem with incentives is that government handouts can go to winners and losers.
The common complaint about economic incentives is that they amount to having the government pick winners and losers. That's certainly true. However, as recent events in Charlotte show, another problem with incentives is that government handouts can go to winners and losers.
 
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