A decade after rejecting Medicaid expansion's in health care for low-income people, the GOP remains opposed, even if most in NC are not.
David Lewis resigned as word of his plea deal with prosecutors spread, but his legacy of voter suppression made a far greater impact in NC.
How electioneering in North Carolina and across the United States trumped (pun intended) leadership in the age of coronavirus.
In the midst of a pandemic and an election year, Cardinal & Pine’s Associate Editor Sarah Ovaska talks about why local news is so crucial.
Why an explosive insider trading investigation of Sen. Richard Burr amps up an already wild election year in North Carolina.
With close to 1,000 confirmed coronavirus cases among meat processing workers, NC officials in Gov. Cooper’s administration must put public health first.
Whatever you might have thought of Richard Burr—party-line voter, NRA titan, a D.C. insider's insider—you might not have thought of the NC Republican as an ethical quandary waiting to happen.
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