Carrboro Mayor Damon Seils spoke at a local Pride event in the Orange County town about anti-LGBTQ legislation and court decisions impacting North Carolinians.
Nationwide, more than 45 million people owe $1.6 trillion in federal loans for college, according to government data, and as many as 43 million of them stood to benefit from the cancellation program.
Cardinal & Pine's Leah Sherrell breaks down the implications of a massive case at the U.S. Supreme Court that will upend the way colleges build diverse campuses.
The Court’s decision reverses decades of precedent. In 1978, the Court ruled that affirmative action was lawful, which it later upheld in 2003 and 2016.
The Moore v. Harper case, which originated in North Carolina, has the potential to dramatically alter American elections.
The Moore v. Harper ruling will have serious electoral and political implications on both the state and federal levels, as well as decide whether state lawmakers should have total control over election rules–without any checks or balances.
Over these last weeks of the election season in North Carolina, the state Republican Party has lumbered past that often faint line that separates politics from disinformation.