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With all the differing information swirling around COVID-19, it is always helpful to put that information in context.
With all the differing information swirling around COVID-19, it is always helpful to put that information in context.
 
Today’s data release from the NC Department of Health and Human Services showed the state reached a new threshold: over a thousand people in North Carolina hospitals with COVID-19.
Today’s data release from the NC Department of Health and Human Services showed the state reached a new threshold: over a thousand people in North Carolina hospitals with COVID-19.
 
There’s no question that Donald Trump defies precedents set by prior presidents. With or without Trump, American partisan political divisions appear as stark today as anyone can remember.
There’s no question that Donald Trump defies precedents set by prior presidents. With or without Trump, American partisan political divisions appear as stark today as anyone can remember.
 
The average salary of a public schoolteacher in North Carolina was about $54,000 last year, up 20 percent since 2014. That was one of the largest increases in the nation.
The average salary of a public schoolteacher in North Carolina was about $54,000 last year, up 20 percent since 2014. That was one of the largest increases in the nation.
 
Before Wake County asks taxpayers to pay for more buildings, the school system needs to ensure its population estimates are accurate.
Before Wake County asks taxpayers to pay for more buildings, the school system needs to ensure its population estimates are accurate.
 
In 2008, a committee of faculty members at UNC-Chapel Hill was astounded to discover that the average grade of a Carolina student was 3.213 - well over a B average. Led by Andrew Perrin, a professor of sociology, the school's Educational Policy Committee began looking at how other universities...
In 2008, a committee of faculty members at UNC-Chapel Hill was astounded to discover that the average grade of a Carolina student was 3.213 - well over a B average. Led by Andrew Perrin, a professor of sociology, the school's Educational Policy Committee began looking at how other universities...
 
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