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North Carolina’s two virtual charter schools have been allowed to expand their enrollment in recent years and continue to have a long waitlist, despite continually poor student outcomes.
The pardons will be done through an administration process to be developed by the Justice Department, administration officials told reporters; it will cover citizens and lawful permanent residents.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Southwest Florida still don't have electricity or water. But Babcock Ranch, north of Fort Myers, was designed and built to withstand the most powerful storms.
Dozens of people, primarily children, were killed Thursday when a gunman opened fire in a child care center in northeastern Thailand, authorities said.
A North Carolina appeals court has determined that a lawsuit filed by University of North Carolina students seeking reimbursement of student fees they paid before in-person fall 2020 classes were canceled due to COVID-19 can continue.
North Carolina’s Supreme Court has heard more arguments in the state’s recent divisive round of redistricting.
Entering this election season, Republicans are just five seats shy of a supermajority in the state legislature, needing to gain three the state House and two seats in the state Senate. Both parties will be pouring money and resources into races that can be viewed as potential pick-ups.
This midterm is a crucial one for North Carolina, and for Congress. Due to population growth, the state gained a 14th seat this year, which is situated in Mecklenburg County. There are also no incumbents in races for the 13th, 11th, 4th and 1st districts.
On North Carolina’s horizon is a consequential midterm, which is headlined by an open U.S. Senate seat, and underscored in-part by races that will determine party control of the state Supreme Court.
North Carolina voters will make important decisions at the polls this year.
Forty years after Warren County, N.C., residents marched to a landfill to try to stop dump trucks, the EPA is creating an office for advancing environmental justice. (Aired on ATC on Oct. 3, 2022.)
Republicans already hold comfortable majorities in the state House. This fall, conservatives hope to expand their margins and avoid the threat of gubernatorial vetoes. With several Democrats playing defense, some races have turned heated, and increasingly expensive. On this episode of The Politics Podcast, Jeff Tiberii lays out the battleground districts in the House.
Anita pretty much stopped wearing bras in the pandemic, and she's likely not going back. But she knows that for many, a good bra is clutch for daily comfort. She traces the surprising history and technology of the brassiere with the inventor of the sports bra and an expert who consulted with the Army on their first-ever tactical bra. Then she meets two people whose bra stories bump up against how we define and redefine gender and social norms for ourselves and others. Meet the guests: Lisa Lindahl, an author and entrepreneur, tells the story behind the invention of the sports bra Jené Luciana Sena, a bra expert, author and host of the podcast "Visible Panty Lines," explains the technicalities of bra fit and shares her work collaborating with the Army on their first-ever tactical bra Destiny Liley, a freelance content creator, talks about the challenges of being a larger-chested person and her thoughts on bralessness Ren Gutierrez, a first-generation Latine advocate for queer and trans mental health, reflects on going through his bra collection in the weeks before getting top surgery Read the transcript | Review the podcast Follow Embodied on Twitter and Instagram Show Resources: The origins and evolution of the bra Behind the invention of the sports bra, via the National Inventors Hall of Fame
Who remembers the Before Times, when COVID-19 wasn’t a part of our vocabulary? In this Season 4 opening episode, Laura explores how the coronavirus has impacted our ability to make and maintain romantic connections.
Welcome to a new season of Dating While Gray! Laura is back with a fresh collection of experiences, conversations and reflections on romance and relationships after 50. We’ll hear about couples whose partnership revealed a new side over the course of the pandemic (for better or worse), and we’ll enjoy words of wisdom from millennial sages! All that and more coming soon to your podcast feed – stay tuned for all the upcoming episodes.
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