Last week, a newly-elected Republican majority on the state Supreme Court blocked millions of dollars for underfunded schools. They haven’t just undermined the courts. They’ve undermined all of us.
North Carolina’s GOP lawmakers are not moving in mysterious ways this time. At the first opportunity, they will pounce on reproductive freedom and LGBTQ+ rights.
It was a good night to be a Republican. But there are bright spots for the left-leaning North Carolinian.
There are candidates who want to to something about real school issues like school bus shortages and school funding. You just have to sort through the fringe far right candidates to find them.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a wake-up call about the startling racial disparities for people diagnosed with breast cancer.
As right-wing groups pour money into local school board races, a Charlotte historian breaks down the conservative movement to limit the teaching of U.S. history, censor books on sex and sexuality, and oppress LGBTQ students.
A worker from Charlotte on how crucial it is for working-class North Carolinians to vote this year.
Get exclusive North Carolina stories & news right in your inbox
"*" indicates required fields