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Republican Courtney Geels is running for U.S. House with a focus on decentralizing federal power

(10/24/22 1:44am)

Courtney Geels is the Republican Party’s nominee for U.S. House of Representatives in North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District, which includes Durham County, Orange County, Person County, Granville County, Alamance County and parts of Caswell County.


After nearly 10 years as state senator, Democratic candidate Valerie Foushee is running for U.S. House

(10/24/22 1:44am)

Valerie Foushee is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives from North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District which includes Durham County, Orange County, Person County, Granville County, Alamance County and parts of Caswell County.


Students Supporting Israel hosts activist Bassem Eid, discusses Palestinian leadership, Israel-Palestine conflict

(09/22/22 3:20am)

Human rights activist Bassem Eid, a Palestinian, discussed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the Gaza Strip and voiced his opinions on Palestinian leadership in an event hosted by Students Supporting Israel Sunday.


North Carolina to tax student loan debt forgiven by Biden’s plan

(09/06/22 3:21am)

President Joseph Biden announced last month that the federal government would cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt for those who qualify. But while the forgiven debt is exempt from federal tax, North Carolina’s Department of Revenue has clarified that the forgiven debt is still “considered taxable income” by the state. 



N.C. Senators Burr, Tillis propose bill to prevent Biden administration from forgiving student loan debt

(05/30/22 4:19am)

North Carolina Senator Richard Burr, a ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, released a statement on May 18 announcing the introduction of the Student Loan Accountability Act. The bill would prohibit the Biden administration from forgiving student loan debt. 




North Carolina is ditching Russian vodka to support Ukraine. Will it help?

(03/17/22 3:27am)

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order Feb. 28 directing the North Carolina Alcohol Beverage Control Commission to quickly suspend any approved products made by Russian entities. In accordance with the order, North Carolina ABC stores will no longer sell spirituous liquor products produced by Russian entities until further notice.