Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris will visit North Carolina on Wednesday, almost a week after canceling a visit due to COVID-19 cases among a staffer and flight crew member in her campaign.
Medical research was an early casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. After cases began emerging worldwide, thousands of clinical trials unrelated to COVID-19 were paused or canceled amid fears that participants would be infected. But now, some researchers are finding ways to carry on in spite of the coronavirus. "It's been a struggle of course," says Joshua Grill , who directs the Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders at the University of California, Irvine. "But I think...
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Raleigh-born, Greensboro-raised musician Phonte Coleman has traveled all over the world, but there’s no other place he can imagine living than North Carolina. A founding member of the rap group Little Brother , as well as a member of the genre-bending music group The Foreign Exchange , Coleman appreciates the quiet, lowkey community he’s built in the state and the focus on his craft that it affords him.
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