President Trump has certainly hit the ground running.
One of the best gifts I received this Christmas was a history book entitled “The Country Church in North Carolina.” (Yes, I’m just that nerdy.)
The separation of powers principle shouldn’t be so vexing to state leaders.
Politicians need to follow ethical guidelines
The new president’s pledge to “drain the swamp” of corruption in Washington must be news to our Sen. Richard Burr.
In the ongoing annual debate about the efficiency of the influenza vaccine against various strains of the disease, one thing holds true: it’s still our best shot at preventing the flu.
“For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”
Let me say this with as much tact and respect as I can muster: If you truly believe that the level of democracy in North Carolina is in any way comparable to the level of democracy in Cuba, then yo
History is full of good ideas launched with not very good blueprints.
Take the airplane.
If North Carolina were to secede from the union and become an independent country — no, conspiracy theorists, I’m not actually proposing this as a reasonable response to recent political events — h
Lawyers know never to ask a question for which they don’t know the answer.
As cold weather begins to usher into the region, now is an excellent time to make plans for radon testing in your home.
When it comes to House Bill 2, legislative Republicans are absolutely hapless.