Young Americans would rather entrust their money to the Tooth Fairy than the federal government.
During his freshman year, junior Michael Pruitt, a midshipman in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, shared an intimate moment with his then-boyfriend at a Central Campus party.
A Fortune 500 data storage company is expanding its network into Durham.
North Carolina’s current political landscape has the potential to come to a consensus, said State Rep. Ruth Samuelson, R-Mecklenburg, at a University forum Wednesday.
Complex wars generate complexities in law, and America’s War on Terror is no exception.
This fall, buses and trains will make their way into Triangle area ballot boxes.
When junior Talia Glodjo watched government policies unfold after the events of Sept. 11, 2001, she said it was easy to criticize the Bush Administration for some of its decisions.
The state’s employment rates are sinking, but Durham has bucked the trend.