Ignoring poverty elsewhere increases migration
Instead of protesting the process, Democrats should say how to fix it.
The week started with the ouster of the ECU chancellor and ended with more Republicans being added to the BOG.
They should have stood up to protect the dignity of a deceased war hero.
Too many ‘breaks in the action’ ruin the tempo of games.
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Milan fashion houses are finding that their dramatic styles and remarkable statements are looking threadbare.
United States Vice President Mike Pence: We will not tolerate the imprisonment or the intimidation of the legitimate government of Venezuela. And those responsible will be held accountable.
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Technology should not crowd out emotion in the care of patients
The bribes were about parents’ pride, not education.
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Top chefs are pushing the Triangle up the foodie chain.
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The champions of non-intrusive government want to regulate what you do with your leaves, grass and other yard waste
As income inequality gets worse, the minimum wage needs to go higher
Urban renewal destroyed historic neighborhoods in Durham just a few decades ago. Is gentrification just a new name for the same thing?
Because bait and switch routinely works so well, both parties employ it. For a good laugh, ask tea party survivors how satisfied they are with the fiscal stringencies their elections imposed on the Capitol.
The departing ECU chancellor had a vision, but he faced resistance from the start.
To equate “nasty social media” with physical assault is simply beyond the pale.
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