by Katie Valentine Feb 3, 2016
Over 100 towns have pledged their resistance to the Obama administration's plan for drilling for oil off the Atlantic coast.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 25, 2016
The NAACP is also arguing that the legislature intentionally waited until the Supreme Court struck down key protections in the Voting Rights Act before going forward with the ID law.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 22, 2016
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline's proposed route crossed two national forests, and in doing so threatened endangered salamanders, flying squirrels, and restoration areas.
by Katie Valentine Jan 15, 2016
As of January 1, it's nearly impossible for citizens to legally gather evidence on and report instances of wrongdoing in North Carolina.
by Zack Ford Dec 2, 2015
One transgender teen's fight to use the same bathroom as other boys has invoked a response from several other states against his case.
by Emily Atkin Oct 27, 2015
The idea that Clinton should be impeached on her first day of office is not new.
by Carimah Townes Oct 17, 2015
She was trying to fight wage theft. But the local police force cracked down.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 21, 2015
He faced several counts of sexual exploitation for taking and possessing sexually explicit photos of a minor. The minor was himself.
by Scott Keyes Jul 25, 2015
If we take down monuments celebrating a slave-holding regime, State Rep. John Blust (R-NC) thinks that makes us like terrorists.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 22, 2015
"I’m pissed, very angry. My vote could have been the one that made the difference,” said an army veteran and North Carolina resident who was disenfranchised by the state's errors.