Raleigh Beltline squeeze continues this week

The squeeze of traffic on the southern Beltline continues, as workers prepare to shift traffic and close an eastbound travel lane between Hammond Road and Rock Quarry Road early this week.

Duke’s DeVon Edwards a quiet assassin

After DeVon Edwards introduced himself to the college football world in 2013 with a 100-yard kickoff return and back-to-back interceptions for touchdowns against N.C. State, he celebrated in his own way: a quiet dinner on campus with his girlfriend and uncle.

Legal experts see no criminal trouble for Clinton thus far

Experts in government secrecy law see almost no possibility of criminal action against Hillary Clinton or her top aides in connection with now-classified information sent over unsecure email while she was secretary of state, based on the public evidence thus far.

Why it’s hard to get behind Black Lives Matter

Barbara Reynolds: The baby boomers who drove the success of the civil rights movement want to get behind Black Lives Matter, but the group’s divisive tactics make it difficult. In the 1960s, activists confronted white mobs and police with dignity and decorum. At protests today, it is difficult to distinguish legitimate activists from the mob actors who burn and loot.

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he Nepal Center of North Carolina hosted a 5K Sunday and raised about $15,000 to build an elementary school in central Nepal. The country was devastated by an April 7.8 magnitude earthquake and a May aftershock. More than 8,800 people lost their lives, and nearly 600,000 homes were destroyed. Another 280,000 homes were damaged.