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Editors at National Review Online question President Biden’s latest step on climate change.
Editors at National Review Online question President Biden’s latest step on climate change.
 
Families at the lower end of the income scale could end up among the biggest winners if lawmakers adopt the N.C. Senate’s latest tax package.
Families at the lower end of the income scale could end up among the biggest winners if lawmakers adopt the N.C. Senate’s latest tax package.
 
AAAS students perform interdisciplinary research with goal of helping others
 
President Joe Biden is expected to announce a massive spending bill later this week
 
N.C. Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln, has introduced a bill that would make daylight saving time permanent in the Tar Heel State.
N.C. Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln, has introduced a bill that would make daylight saving time permanent in the Tar Heel State.
 
Colleges have been trying to stop COVID-19 from spreading on campus, and after a year of experimentation, failure, and success, officials may have found their way.
Colleges have been trying to stop COVID-19 from spreading on campus, and after a year of experimentation, failure, and success, officials may have found their way.
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced several recent senior personnel changes within the Governor’s Office.
Governor Roy Cooper announced several recent senior personnel changes within the Governor’s Office.
 
A former South Carolina congressman says it’s possible to get N.C. conservatives to back a carbon tax and other progressive climate change policies if the left uses an economic argument to do so.
A former South Carolina congressman says it’s possible to get N.C. conservatives to back a carbon tax and other progressive climate change policies if the left uses an economic argument to do so.
 
Aaron Sibarium writes for the Washington Free Beacon about a controversial staffing change at the nation’s most prominent newspaper.
Aaron Sibarium writes for the Washington Free Beacon about a controversial staffing change at the nation’s most prominent newspaper.
 
The COVID-19 crisis has brought death, economic destruction, and wrenching social change.
The COVID-19 crisis has brought death, economic destruction, and wrenching social change.
 
105 Republican congressional members send letter to President Biden asking him to rescind his climate change executive order.
105 Republican congressional members send letter to President Biden asking him to rescind his climate change executive order.
 
The North Carolina Republican Party has hired Livy Polen to serve as the Press Secretary.
The North Carolina Republican Party has hired Livy Polen to serve as the Press Secretary.
 
With President Biden in the White House and Democrats in control of both houses of Congress, conservatives are bracing for a flurry of policy changes on issues they care about.
With President Biden in the White House and Democrats in control of both houses of Congress, conservatives are bracing for a flurry of policy changes on issues they care about.
 
ECU tests wastewater from residence halls
 
Collin Anderson of the Washington Free Beacon highlights the Biden climate team’s latest bizarre pronouncements.
Collin Anderson of the Washington Free Beacon highlights the Biden climate team’s latest bizarre pronouncements.
 
It took five weeks to settle the final race, but when the N.C. Supreme Court’s session opens in a few weeks, there will be a new chief in Raleigh.
It took five weeks to settle the final race, but when the N.C. Supreme Court’s session opens in a few weeks, there will be a new chief in Raleigh.
 
As Postrel points out, our thinking about social and technological change is warped by the materials that happen to survive to be studied.
As Postrel points out, our thinking about social and technological change is warped by the materials that happen to survive to be studied.
 
Effective December 4, 2020, the following operational changes are being implemented at the Yeatesville solid waste collection site located at 16954 US 264 Hwy E, Washington, NC 27889.
Effective December 4, 2020, the following operational changes are being implemented at the Yeatesville solid waste collection site located at 16954 US 264 Hwy E, Washington, NC 27889.
 
Victor Davis Hanson ponders at National Review Online the COVID-19 pandemic’s long-term impact on the ways Americans live their lives.
Victor Davis Hanson ponders at National Review Online the COVID-19 pandemic’s long-term impact on the ways Americans live their lives.
 
The election lawsuit merry-go-round keeps turning, as tens of thousands of North Carolinians cast ballots at early voting sites, and legislative leaders urge the State Board of Elections to “stop this chaos.”
The election lawsuit merry-go-round keeps turning, as tens of thousands of North Carolinians cast ballots at early voting sites, and legislative leaders urge the State Board of Elections to “stop this chaos.”
 
A U.S. District Court judge will not permit N.C. election officials to count absentee ballots that lack a witness signature required by law.
A U.S. District Court judge will not permit N.C. election officials to count absentee ballots that lack a witness signature required by law.
 
A federal judge has temporarily blocked the State Board of Elections’ attempt to rewrite N.C. elections law.
 
Permanent Proposed Changes Open for Public Comment through October 8th
 
Douglas Carr offers National Review Online readers a critique of the Federal Reserve‘s latest policy change.
Douglas Carr offers National Review Online readers a critique of the Federal Reserve‘s latest policy change.
 
Yuval Levin explains for the American Enterprise Institute why officials ought to start explaining now that election results might not be clear on the first Tuesday in November.
Yuval Levin explains for the American Enterprise Institute why officials ought to start explaining now that election results might not be clear on the first Tuesday in November.
 
Amid reports of a coin shortage striking retailers and other businesses nationwide, one bank chain is now offering rewards for those who bring in their spare change.
Amid reports of a coin shortage striking retailers and other businesses nationwide, one bank chain is now offering rewards for those who bring in their spare change.
 
A man who walked more than 1,000 miles from his home in Huntsville, Alabama, to the place where George Floyd died in Minneapolis said he did so for his son’s sake and to protest injustice.
A man who walked more than 1,000 miles from his home in Huntsville, Alabama, to the place where George Floyd died in Minneapolis said he did so for his son’s sake and to protest injustice.
 
The Washington Redskins officially announced Monday they will retire their 87-year-old name and Indian head logo, finally caving to pressure that the name is offensive to Native Americans.
The Washington Redskins officially announced Monday they will retire their 87-year-old name and Indian head logo, finally caving to pressure that the name is offensive to Native Americans.
 
America’s system of education has failed in one of its most important goals: forming future generations of American citizens.
America’s system of education has failed in one of its most important goals: forming future generations of American citizens.
 
You never hear anyone use the word now in any other context than identifying a National Football League team, the Washington Redskins.
You never hear anyone use the word now in any other context than identifying a National Football League team, the Washington Redskins.
 
What follows is a press release by N. C. Election Executive Director. We realize not many people will read, much less understand, what she is saying.
What follows is a press release by N. C. Election Executive Director. We realize not many people will read, much less understand, what she is saying.
 
Emily Larsen of the Washington Examiner highlights a political change on Capitol Hill.
Emily Larsen of the Washington Examiner highlights a political change on Capitol Hill.
 
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the State Board of Elections is providing notice of a change of procedure for the public hearing on the proposed amendment to rule 08 NCAC 01 .0106.
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the State Board of Elections is providing notice of a change of procedure for the public hearing on the proposed amendment to rule 08 NCAC 01 .0106.
 
College entrance exams are canceled or postponed nationwide due to the coronavirus outbreak.
 
The State Board of Elections on Thursday released a list of legislative recommendations to help make voting in North Carolina safe and accessible in 2020, despite the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
The State Board of Elections on Thursday released a list of legislative recommendations to help make voting in North Carolina safe and accessible in 2020, despite the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
 
Appeals to President Trump for Flexibility to Help North Carolinians in all 100 Counties
 
It’s been a brutal few weeks for the stock market, which has now officially lost all of the gains of the “Trump bull market” amid panic over the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s been a brutal few weeks for the stock market, which has now officially lost all of the gains of the “Trump bull market” amid panic over the coronavirus pandemic.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has sought authority from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to temporarily waive certain Medicaid and NC Health Choice policies as part of North Carolina’s response to the COVID-19.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has sought authority from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to temporarily waive certain Medicaid and NC Health Choice policies as part of North Carolina’s response to the COVID-19.
 
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