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Philadelphia to restore indoor mask mandate as cases rise

April 12, 2022

By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Philadelphia became the first major U.S. city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate on Monday after reporting a sharp increase in coronavirus infections, with the city’s top health official saying she wanted to forestall a potential new […]

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Judge rules US military can’t discharge HIV-positive troops

April 10, 2022

By DENISE LAVOIE U.S. service members who are HIV-positive cannot be discharged or barred from becoming an officer solely because they’re infected with the virus, a federal judge in Virginia ruled. Advocates say it’s one of the strongest rulings in […]

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Nucor to build $350M North Carolina plant, create 200 jobs

April 8, 2022

Steel maker Nucor Corp. announced on Thursday that it will build a $350 million manufacturing plant in North Carolina, which would be its second in the state. A news release from the Charlotte-based Nucor said the mill, which will be […]

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Jackson confirmed as first Black female high court justice

April 7, 2022

By MARY CLARE JALONICK and MARK SHERMAN The Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court on Thursday, shattering a historic barrier by securing her place as the first Black female justice and giving President Joe Biden a bipartisan […]

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Residents clear storm debris as more severe weather looms

April 7, 2022

After violent storms blamed for killing at least three people, Southerners cleared fallen trees from roadways Wednesday and began cleaning up debris from homes and buildings smashed by suspected tornadoes as forecasters warned more violent weather was likely on the […]

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QVC won’t rebuild NC distribution center destroyed by fire

April 6, 2022

QVC will not rebuild a North Carolina distribution center destroyed in December blaze that also killed a worker. The company said in a statement Tuesday that it made the decision not to rebuild the facility built more than 20 years […]

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Staley leads South Carolina over UConn for second NCAA title

April 4, 2022

By DOUG FEINBERG Dawn Staley hoisted the championship trophy high, strutted around the court and stopped for a brief victory dance. She handed over the hardware to South Carolina’s student band, then headed back to midcourt for more merriment. The […]

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Gunfire breaks out at Special Olympics carnival

April 3, 2022

A shooting at a a Special Olympics spring carnival in North Carolina has prompted authorities to cancel the last day of the event. Police in Knightdale said gunfire broke out about 9 p.m. Saturday after a large fight erupted among […]

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Black Republicans Step to the Front

March 31, 2022

Every year as Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel has hosted the annual RNC Black Republican Trailblazers Awards to honor Black Republican leaders. Last year, out of an abundance of caution and restrictions in Washington DC the event […]

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Duke-Carolina, Kansas-Nova set for epic Final Four showdowns

March 27, 2022

By DAVE SKRETTA Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski refused to let his players ponder the possibility of facing North Carolina for the first time in the NCAA Tournament after the Blue Devils had punched their Final Four ticket with a win […]

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