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Growing national attention to the 20th-century practice of forcibly sterilizing thousands of Americans has put new pressure on Virginia lawmakers to compensate survivors.
Three Senators Try to Hold Off G.O.P. in South New York Times, by Campbell Robertson & Jeremy W. Peters New Orleans - Things traditionally get started a little late down here, an inclination that runs from mealtimes to political races.
"Medicaid continues to be over budget and costs keep growing," said Mardy Peal, an adviser to state Health and Human Services secretary Dr. Aldona Wos.
Stacey Capps labels samples in the ImmunoReagents lab last week on N.C. State's Centennial Campus in Raleigh.
Kay Hagan is running for Congress . She is taking a stand regarding Agriculture.
The Clean Air Act requires that states not only bring their own air quality into compliance with federal standards, but also prevent pollution that "contribute[s] significantly" to air quality problems in downwind states.
We found out in October that infant mortality got worse in North Carolina last year, as it had the year before.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. : November 6th, 2013 - North Carolinians have a new tool to help locate registered sex offenders near homes, schools, parks or any location, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced Wednesday.
Jokes about "Polacks" have always been tasteless and silly. Based on the latest international test scores, trying to get a laugh today by portraying Polish people as ignorant or dumb is a good way to identify yourself as, well, ignorant or dumb.
You've heard the outcry over teacher pay in North Carolina. But do you recognize just how much worse North Carolina has been than every other state in the nation over the past decade? North Carolina ranks dead last - 51st - in what has happened with teacher pay in recent years, and we're not even close to 50th.
Many Democrats up for re-election next year have to find some way to defend their past support for ObamaCare.
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan released the following statement after the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry released a study on birth defects and childhood cancer resulting from water contamination at Camp Lejeune.
North Carolina's Medicaid-eligible population has increased at an average annual rate of 3.4 percent since 2004, bringing the total enrollment to more than 2 million in the past two years.
On the second day of the 12 Days of Broadband, MCNC highlights some of the critical steps North Carolina made this year to find better and more effective federated identity management solutions for education institutions throughout the state.