Saunders: Rev. Barber says Moral Mondays successful, even if they didn't yield many results at polls
The Rev. William Barber doesn't judge the Moral Monday movement based on the results of one election.
North Carolina lawmakers have begun filing substantial bills during the state legislature's long session, which likely will last into summer. As expected, Senate leader Phil Berger, an Eden Republican, has filed a bill that follows last year's sharp...
North Carolina business leaders on Wednesday called for the legislature to increase state transportation spending by billions of dollars over the coming decade – but they refused to discuss possible new taxes.
A widely expected new round of layoffs has begun at IBM sites across the country, including its sprawling campus in Research Triangle Park.
The collecting of trading cards goes back much further than Pokemon or even baseball cards. In 1949...
The News & Observer has a new cooking website featuring favorite recipes, hunger-inducing photos...