UNC-Greensboro’s Faculty Senate has voted to censure university’s chancellor and provost amid ongoing tensions over the process administrators are using to cut programs at the university. The resolution was “a motion to censure the Chancellor and the Provost for not initiating […]Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – Walmart plans to build or convert more than 150 stores in the next five years, while continuing to remodel existing stores. The plan, announced Wednesday, marks a big change for the discounter. In 2016, Walmart announced […]Read More
AP NEWS – Sexual predators. Addictive features. Suicide and eating disorders. Unrealistic beauty standards. Bullying. These are just some of the issues young people are dealing with on social media – and children’s advocates and lawmakers say companies are not […]Read More
NC NEWSLINE – North Carolina’s adoption of the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” law has led to school-based policies and practices that discriminate against LGBTQ students, the Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) alleges in a federal Title IX complaint against the State […]Read More
For about 15 years, Uriel Rincon told authorities he didn’t recognize the gunman who he saw kill Run-DMC’s Jam Master Jay in the rap star’s recording studio. But on Wednesday, Rincon – who was himself wounded in the gunfire – […]Read More
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) – Described by their parents as bubbly and constantly laughing, Spc. Kennedy Sanders and Spc. Breonna Moffett became close friends soon after enlisting in the Army Reserve five years ago. Sgt. William Jerome Rivers served a tour […]Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – A judge refused this week to toss out Fox News’ claims that voting technology company Smartmatic is suing the network to suppress free speech. The ruling means that both Smartmatic’s multibillion-dollar defamation lawsuit and the network’s […]Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) – After an extended period of gloom, Americans are starting to feel better about inflation and the economy – a trend that could sustain consumer spending, fuel economic growth and potentially affect President Joe Biden’s political fortunes. A […]Read More
Raleigh, NC (January 27, 2024) — Descendants of Holocaust survivors and Jewish Voice for Peace Triangle NC Chapter hosted an afternoon vigil in Moore Square in Raleigh NC for Holocaust Remembrance Day, with a message to President Biden to stop funding and enabling the genocide […]Read More
(AP NEWS) An Israeli company has received a preliminary green light from health officials to sell the world’s first steaks made from cultivated beef cells, not the entire animal, officials said. The move follows the approval of lab-grown chicken in […]Read More
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