After coming off a big win over No. 2 Michigan State on Tuesday, the expectation coming into Friday’s game was that the Duke Blue Devils should easily take care of business against Southern, which had lost three games to start its young season. But that wasn’t the case.
The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would disproportionately affect poor North Carolinians of color, aggravating health and economic disparities, the NAACP says. The pipeline’s developers say it would help “fence-line communities,” not hurt them.
A sculpture of raised fists now sit atop the pedestal that once held the controversial Confederate soldier monument in front of the Durham County administrative building on Main Street until demonstrators pulled it down on Aug. 14.
Creator of Miami Hurricanes’ turnover chain was created by Anthony John Machado, a South Florida jeweler who was banned from interacting with North Carolina Tar Heels athletes at the start of the NCAA’s investigation into the UNC football program in 2010.
The Durham Police Department reported that a man and a woman suffered serious gunshot wounds on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, as they allegedly attempted to break into a home in the 2200 block of Dallas Street.
Bubba Cunningham, athletic director at UNC-Chapel Hill, has a new contract, with a 4.9 percent annual raise plus $1 million in retirement contributions over five years and potential bonuses based on championship wins.
When searching for historical analogues to the Trump presidency, political analysts have landed again and again on Andrew Jackson. For both men, an obsession with personal honor triggers their volatile temperaments. Their political appeal is tied to their opposition to the Washington establishment. And Jackson set the precedent for politicians to use a populist appeal to frame their rhetoric.