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With an election less than two weeks away, North Carolina’s U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers has gone on the attack to defend her seat from District 2 – the only congressional race in the country this year where two incumbents from the same party are squaring off in a heated primary. Ellmers is criticizing Rep. George Holding, a fellow Republican, over what she calls extravagant spending on congressional trips to India and Jordan.

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Greensboro body cam video shows officer killing woman

Body camera footage from an officer-involved shooting in 2014 was thrust into the state’s debate about the devices when the city of Greensboro opted to release the video this month. Wayne Scott, Greensboro police chief conducted the press conference. WARNING: The following video contains graphic content.
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