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The U.S. economy is growing at such a fast clip and the unemployment rate is so low that ... there must be something terribly wrong. Does that make sense? No, but the healthy state of the country … more
In 2001, a grieving nation vowed it would “never forget” the 9/11 hijackers’ brutality or the first responders’ indomitable courage. Less than two decades later, our elected leaders have … more
GUEST EDITORIAL The timing, of course, was part of the intent. A gunman with a semiautomatic rifle walked into the Chabad of Poway synagogue during services Saturday morning and opened fire. It … more
THUMBS UP to Mecklenburg County Superior Court Judge Lisa Bell, who sent a powerful message about the public’s right to know when she ordered police to release the full contents of body camera … more
There are Americans cashing their first Social Security checks this year who had better make backup plans. By the time they hit their early 80s, the U.S. government might cut their retirement pay by … more
North Carolina already bans texting and driving. Now state lawmakers want to prohibit all handheld use of smartphones and tablet computers behind the wheel. House Bill 144, the Hands-Free N.C. … more
A bill currently before the legislature stands to do an awful lot of good for North Carolina youth, if it receives the attention and support it deserves. House Bill 725, whose sponsors are … more
As much as we worry about the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink, we find reason for hope in what Michael Regan said last week when he announced that Duke Energy will be required to … more
This past Monday was Tax Day, perhaps the least appealing day on America’s national calendar. This year, however, President Donald Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act gave Americans something to smile … more
About 1 percent of the world’s population has Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is estimated to occur in one out of every 59 births. More than 3.5 million Americans are living with an ASD. It is for … more
This is big for Fayetteville and even bigger for North Carolina and the South. The N.C. Civil War & Reconstruction History Center is an ambitious project with a simple mission: To tell the … more
GUEST EDITORIAL A bipartisan bill making its way through the state legislature with strong support would require that North Carolina public school students learn about the Holocaust, the … more
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