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Why Police ‘Get Away With It’

Nearly 33 years ago, Charlotte police injured a man they incorrectly suspected of robbery. The law that emerged from that case helps explain why cops who hurt and kill people while on duty escape conviction.
June 2017

Inside A Medical Mission from Charlotte to Cuba

This spring, dozens of volunteers went to Cuba to perform pro bono joint replacements. Their rare collaboration helped 44 hopeful Cubans take their first steps on new legs
June 2017

22 Hours Between Press Conferences, Three Dead

After another round of murders in an increasingly violent year in Charlotte, CMPD and chief Kerr Putney search for answers in an 11-year-old task force report
June 2017

Editor's Note (July 2017): One Lesson From Atlanta

June 2017

Life Lessons: Cheryl Pletcher of Carolina Comfort Coalition

The founder of Serenity House tries to bring dignity to dying
June 2017

Charlotte’s Latino Food Scene Focus of SFA Symposium

June 2017

A Cheat Sheet for Father's Day Weekend 2017

June 2017

Opinion: Dan Bishop, Atwitter

Dan Bishop, famous as the co-sponsor of HB2, had a busy Thursday on a certain social medium.
June 2017

YMCA Locations Offer Teens Free Access on Weekends

June 2017

A Momentous Gerrymandering Decision, for Republicans and Democrats

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that North Carolina’s legislative district lines are unconstitutionally gerrymandered by race. We check in with a Republican and a Democrat who have argued against gerrymandering.
June 2017