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Democratic judicial candidate Tim Gunther is disqualified from election after admitting to the Wake County Board of Elections he violated state law.
Democratic judicial candidate Tim Gunther is disqualified from election after admitting to the Wake County Board of Elections he violated state law.
 
The issue in Zadeh v. Robinson is a doctrine called “qualified immunity.” The U.S. Supreme Court developed the doctrine in response to a federal statute—42 U.S.C. § 1983—that gives citizens the right to sue individual law enforcement officers for violations of their constitutional rights
The issue in Zadeh v. Robinson is a doctrine called “qualified immunity.” The U.S. Supreme Court developed the doctrine in response to a federal statute—42 U.S.C. § 1983—that gives citizens the right to sue individual law enforcement officers for violations of their constitutional rights
 
The Department of Family Medicine at East Carolina University has landed several large grants this year aimed at enhancing primary health care in rural areas.
The Department of Family Medicine at East Carolina University has landed several large grants this year aimed at enhancing primary health care in rural areas.
 
Between 1933 and 1977 the State of North Carolina authorized the involuntary sterilization of more than 8,000 people, most of whom were women
Between 1933 and 1977 the State of North Carolina authorized the involuntary sterilization of more than 8,000 people, most of whom were women
 
On the whole, U.S. colleges and universities don't get everything right. They're overpriced, operationally hidebound, and ideologically stagnant. But American higher education does some things very well-well enough that students from around the world still choose to come to the United States to...
On the whole, U.S. colleges and universities don't get everything right. They're overpriced, operationally hidebound, and ideologically stagnant. But American higher education does some things very well-well enough that students from around the world still choose to come to the United States to...
 
Does that sound like federal policies of the last decade that in large part gave rise to the housing bubble, the bursting of which prompted our economy to spiral into the "Great Recession"?
Does that sound like federal policies of the last decade that in large part gave rise to the housing bubble, the bursting of which prompted our economy to spiral into the "Great Recession"?
 
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