4:34pm Jun 27, 2016
Politics & Government Politics & Government

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Appeal On Congressional Maps

The question of whether North Carolina's political maps are racially gerrymandered will be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court, the latest step in a long journey through the courts.

11:55am Jun 28, 2016
Education Education

$500 Tuition To Apply To Elizabeth City State Students

Lawmakers are moving ahead with a plan to cut tuition at some University of North Carolina campuses. The controversial proposal has caused friction between educators, students and lawmakers.

Dino Bone Haul
1:00pm Jun 26, 2016
Science Science

Can Ancient Fossils Prepare Humans for the Future?

Recently, Drs. Lindsay Zanno and Victoria Arbour took a brief scouting expedition to New Mexico, looking for dinosaur fossils exposed at the surface of 90-million-year-old rock. Only three North American dinosaur species have been identified from this time period. They want to find more.

Local
11:55am Jun 28, 2016
Education Education

$500 Tuition To Apply To Elizabeth City State Students

Lawmakers are moving ahead with a plan to cut tuition at some University of North Carolina campuses. The controversial proposal has caused friction between educators, students and lawmakers.

4:34pm Jun 27, 2016
Politics & Government Politics & Government

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Appeal On Congressional Maps

The question of whether North Carolina's political maps are racially gerrymandered will be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court, the latest step in a long journey through the courts.

National
5:29pm Jun 28, 2016
National National

Call Logs Reveal New Details From Orlando Shooting

The city of Orlando released hundreds of pages from police and fire communications the day of the nightclub shootings that killed 49 people and injured more than 50 others.
World
5:25pm Jun 28, 2016
World News World News

Londoners Gather In Trafalgar Square To Protest Brexit Vote

Forty-eight percent of British voters wanted to stay in the European Union, but their voices did not carry the day in the Brexit referendum. Angry protesters gathered in Trafalgar Square Tuesday evening.
Arts
4:38pm Jun 28, 2016
National National Books Arts Politics & Government

'The Innocent Have Nothing To Fear' Echoes Real-Life Republican Race

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Stuart Stevens, a former strategist for Mitt Romney, whose new novel, The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear, tells the story of a neck-and-neck Republican primary campaign that ends up at a brokered convention.
4:38pm Jun 28, 2016
World News World News Books Arts

In 'Hustling Hitler,' A Jewish Vaudevillian Scams The Third Reich

It seems everyone has one: the eccentric relative much gossiped about. For Walter Shapiro, it's his great-uncle, Freeman Bernstein. The vaudeville manager, boxing promoter, card shark and stock swindler managed to scam the Third Reich. Shapiro writes about this in his new book, Hustling Hitler.
Icon By Genevieve Valentine
11:48am Jun 28, 2016
Books Books Arts

'Icon' Keeps The Shutters Clicking And The Danger Growing

We first met diplomat Suyana Sapaki in Persona; she was a C-lister in a world where statecraft and celebrity are interchangeable. But now she's on the rise — and the stakes are getting higher, too.