By Jheri Hardaway Special To The Carolinian Reginald Alexander Thompson, the epitome of Aggie Pride, was affectionately known to the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University New City Alumni Association as Mr. Reggie. Mr. Reggie channeled the same affection […]Read More
South Carolina House approves Sunday liquor sales, potentially lifting another religious restriction
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The South Carolina House has given key approval to a bill allowing liquor stores to stay open on Sundays for a few hours if their local governments allow it. Supporters said it is time to update […]Read More
By: JORDAN MEADOWS, STAFF WRITER Professor Irving L. Joyner has been an integral part of the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law since 1982. As one of the university’s longest-serving faculty members, Professor Joyner’s journey is marked by […]Read More
North Carolinians should be concerned about the high stakes of the 2024 judicial elections – and beyond, social justice leaders say. “Our courts have been, and should be, the guard rails. They should function as a way for checks and […]Read More
By: Jonathan Sher ”Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update” joked recently that the menu on the Titanic — the infamous, ill-fated luxury ocean liner — included not only gourmet foods, but also “bottomless water.” Perhaps innocent joking about it has become […]Read More
BOSTON (AP) – Microsoft said Wednesday that U.S. adversaries – chiefly Iran and North Korea and to a lesser extent Russia and China – are beginning to use its generative artificial intelligence to mount or organize offensive cyber operations. The […]Read More
Breast cancer cluster suspected at NC State’s Poe Hall, contaminated with PCBs; separate study shows those chemicals linked to that cancer
NC NEWSLINE – A 2020 study of nearly 800 North Carolina women found that PCBs might increase the risk death from breast cancer, raising questions about a suspected cluster at N.C. State’s Poe Hall, which is contaminated with high levels of the […]Read More
Busy Medicare Advantage businesses have CVS Health and other insurance providers spooked about the new year. The health care giant said Wednesday that it was scaling back already cautious expectations for 2024 as it tries to understand why costs keep […]Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – U.S. health officials say 93 Americans have died after cosmetic surgery in the Dominican Republic since 2009, with many of the recent deaths involving a procedure known as a Brazilian butt lift. The operation has grown […]Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) – Women are far more likely than men to get autoimmune diseases, when an out-of-whack immune system attacks their own bodies – and new research may finally explain why. It’s all about how the body handles females’ extra […]Read More
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