SCOTUS’ ruling Monday in a key gerrymandering challenge is good news—but not the biggest and most important prize out there.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to hear an appeal that might have resurrected N.C.’s discriminatory 2013 ‘voter ID’ law. So it’s dead, right? Not really.
Tillis treads water. Two great stories on Reverend Barber. CMPD brass responds to 'Ferguson effect' charge. A Charlotte woman’s frightening faceoff with an off-duty cop with gun drawn.
This summer, children and adults will go into this region’s lakes and pools and never come out. If drowning is predictable, discriminate, and entirely preventable, why are so many people in Charlotte dying in the water?
On helping pets, helping people, and helping people help pets
Cities like Charlotte are working to close the gap between rich and poor. If something like the bill the U.S. House passed last week becomes law, we might as well pack up and go home.
Searching for victories with people “just like me”
A roundup: legislative chicanery over the Charlotte mayor’s race; requiem for Mark Binker, whose death Saturday shocked the capitol press corps; and the ascendance of ‘reactionism.’
A plane hit a deer at Charlotte Douglas in February. Still, statistics show that wildlife strikes are rare
The neighborhood hid in the shadow of Dilworth for years. Then South End growth started lapping at its edges.
One new report confirms the absence of widespread voter fraud. Another alleges potential criminal conduct on behalf of a defeated Pat McCrory in trying to prove it.
A GOP legislator from Winston-Salem filed a bill that would expand Medicaid for about 200,000 North Carolinians who would benefit from it. Hard to believe, I know.
A look back at those disorganized, wild years