When the governor behind North Carolina's infamous "bathroom bill" is accused of not being Republican enough, it bodes ill for the future of the party.
A federal judge ruled Monday that North Carolina bureaucrats violated the Constitution when they tried to ban a Flying Dog beer over a possible penis on the label.
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A SWAT Team Wrongfully Raided Her Home. Now Cops Say Footage From the Raid Is Private Since No One Was Killed.
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The governor's recognition of North Carolina School Choice Week is a welcome gesture, but school choice advocates say his words don't match his actions.
The North Carolina congressman's opponents argue that the 14th Amendment disqualifies him from seeking reelection.
The dog died after the man went to jail for exercising his First Amendment rights.
"Do you really want to live in a country where government bureaucrats, based on whim and personal preference, can censor whatever they don't like?"
Now they'll have to explain to a federal judge how this isn't a violation of the First Amendment.
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Retired Engineer Offers Free Expert Testimony for Flood Victims. Licensing Officials Threaten Him With Criminal Charges.
Wayne Nutt worked as an engineer for decades. But because he's not licensed, North Carolina's engineering board says that he can't share his expertise in public.
State investigators say shooting justified because Andrew Brown Jr. drove toward law enforcement to escape arrest.
Don't punish businesses for raising prices during a crisis.
North Carolina's Terrible Body Camera Law Blocks Important Information in a Controversial Police Shooting
Will the public ever see why deputies shot Andrew Brown?
Unresponsive government institutions fuel state-level measures to help parents and children pick learning models that suit them.
The latest anti-trans salvo isn't just a treatment ban. It forces school officials to snitch on kids who don't act or dress as their birth sex.
Technological innovation makes gathering visual land data easier and cheaper—and threatens an industry’s status quo.
Judge Threatens to Jail North Carolina Town Officials for Seizing Man's Money, Refusing To Return It
A misdemeanor marijuana charge leads to an attempt to take $17,000.
The Incoming Biden Administration Raises the Possibility of More Infrastructure Weeks and More Infrastructure Spending
More spending doesn't necessarily mean better results.
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North Carolina Mother Sues School Resource Officer Who Handcuffed and Pinned Her 7-Year-Old Autistic Son
Just the latest in a string of incidents involving school police and children with disabilities
There are many unique challenges facing election officials this year, but widespread malfeasance isn't one of them.
Lindsey Graham just dodged a third-party bullet, but there are a handful of other tossup Senate races where third-party candidates could exceed the major candidates' margin.
A North Carolina officer was fired after saying, "We are just gonna go out and start slaughtering them fucking niggers."
Trump Wanted To 'Throw Massie Out of Republican Party!' but the Libertarian-Leaning Congressman Just Won His Primary Anyway
The 24-year-old real estate investor Madison Cawthorn also won his primary over Trump-backed businesswoman Lynda Bennett.
The government granted a temporary waiver allowing drone-based deliveries of medical supplies in North Carolina. That shouldn't end when the pandemic does.
A state trooper believed a man driving by and flipping the bird at the cops constituted disorderly conduct. (It didn't.)
The government has broad emergency powers, but that doesn't mean the Constitution is suspended.
The deputy now faces possible criminal charges.
"We’re still doing interviews, speaking with students, learning what was said and the context of the comment."
This year, Mississippi and North Carolina both ditched a vague "good moral character" clause that kept occupational licensing out of reach for people with criminal records.
State legislatures and Congress can (and probably should) take steps to limit partisan gerrymandering. This was never an issue for the courts to settle.
The debate about whether the killer should have been prosecuted for federal hate crimes shows how the Justice Department targets defendants based on the opinions they express.
It looked as though he was trying to put the gun on the ground.
Both companies say the city's restrictions are too burdensome to stay.