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Humans of Greenville

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Local photographer Joe Pellegrino explores Greenville to create a photographic census of its people.

Op Ed

December 19, 2018

Times-News of Hendersonville

News that Henderson County ranks among the least economically distressed counties in North Carolina comes as no surprise, but it does not paint the full picture for residents who struggle to make ends meet.

The N.C. Department of Commerce ranks counties from 1 to 100…

December 19, 2018

Our arguments over a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border encapsulate much of what's wrong with American politics. The wall has become a much larger issue than it deserves to be, and the parties have been unable to make a deal over it that ought to be easy to make.

The debate is overwrought on both sides.…

PONNURU

December 19, 2018

It's long been understood by those who pay attention to public policy debates that the age-old conservative talking point about the supposed evils of "big government" was always just that – a talking point more than a genuine belief. The truth of the matter is that American conservatives love…

December 18, 2018

WINSTON SALEM JOURNAL

lThe major chickenpox outbreak at a private school in Asheville is evidence of the bad things that can happen when parents think they know more than scientists and pediatricians.

At least 36 students at Asheville Waldorf School — out of a total enrollment of 152 children…

December 18, 2018

Farmers care about clean water. We want to preserve and protect the natural resources on our farms for our children, so they can pass it on to their children. We have a vested interest in protecting the land and water because most of us want our farms to stay in the family for future generations.…

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December 18, 2018

Nobody likes UNC-Chapel Hill leaders' plan for the Confederate statue known as Silent Sam.

After the statue was torn down by protesters, university leaders had to figure out what to do next. Opponents of the statue want to see it relocated to the local landfill, or at least to a Civil War historic…

Colin Campbell

December 17, 2018

The Washington Post

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's proposed revisions of regulations governing how colleges handle allegations of sexual harassment and assault are now out for public comment and, not surprisingly, have generated a great deal of controversy. Some of the criticism, to our…

December 17, 2018

Are you frustrated with our political dialogue at the moment? If your answer is no, you are in a distinct minority in North Carolina and beyond.

For example, in an October poll conducted by High Point University, more than two-thirds of North Carolinians said that people were “more divided…

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December 16, 2018

Republicans are beginning to jump the not-so-good-ship Trump, but in a most unusual and indirect manner. Instead of joining the cacophony chorus of critics emanating from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigations, increasing numbers of Senate Republicans are discovering alternate ways…

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December 16, 2018

The Washington Post

A federal judge sentenced Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, to three years in prison on Wednesday. His misdeeds include criminal violations of campaign finance law, to which Cohen connected the president. Specifically, Cohen, in league with the National…

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