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Supreme Court Dismisses Social Media Censorship Suit

July 6, 2024

(AP) The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected arguments by Missouri and Louisiana that the federal government violated the First Amendment in its efforts to combat false, misleading and dangerous information online. In a 6-3 decision written by Justice Amy […]

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The Black Girl Art Show Pulls Into Raleigh Union Station

July 5, 2024

By Dominique Heath The Black Girl Art Show held in Raleigh, North Carolina, on June 30th, celebrated the art and achievements of Black women artists, drawing attention to their creativity and passion through a diverse exhibition ranging from paintings to […]

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The Controversy Surrounding Vetoed NC House Bill 237

July 5, 2024

By: Jordan Meadows Staff Writer Governor Roy Cooper’s veto on House Bill 237, primarily due to alterations in campaign finance regulations, was overridden by the General Assembly on Friday. These changes were introduced without prior inclusion in other proposed legislation; […]

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Biden Campaigns In Raleigh Amid Age Concerns 

July 5, 2024

By Jordan Meadows Staff Writer President Biden’s visit to Raleigh’s NC State Fairgrounds in the Jim Graham Building on Friday came after a disappointing debate performance that prompted some Democrats to discuss his potential removal from the ticket openly. Despite […]

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60th Anniversary Of Civil Rights Act: Reflecting On Progress

July 5, 2024

  By Stacy M. Brown NNPA  As the United States commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the nation reflects on a transformative law that reshaped American society by prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, […]

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Biden proposes new rule to protect 36 million workers from extreme heat

July 5, 2024

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden on Tuesday proposed a new rule to address excessive heat in the workplace, warning as tens of millions of people in the U.S. are under heat advisories that high temperatures are the country’s leading weather-related killer. […]

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Bronny James Taken By Lakers With 55th Pick In NBA Draft

July 4, 2024

(AP) It was the dream that LeBron James first floated a few years ago, the notion of playing in the NBA alongside one of his sons. And it’s a step closer to reality now. Bronny James – the oldest son […]

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What Caused The Revolutionary War?

July 4, 2024
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Franklin County Honors Civil Rights Activist Rosanell Eaton For Bravery

July 3, 2024

By Jordan Meadows – Staff Writer On Saturday, residents of Franklin County gathered in downtown Louisburg to pay tribute to Rosanell Eaton, a revered civil rights figure, during a building dedication ceremony. The event was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. […]

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NC DHHS Has Been Unable To Arrange Hill’s Exit Conference

July 3, 2024

According to the letter, Balanced Nutrition did not respond to several emails and phone calls from DHHS. The letter included the following statement: “Within ten (10) calendar days of receipt of this letter, the institution must submit three (3) or […]

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Shaw Graduation 2024

St. Augustine Graduation 2024

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