Good morning, a look at where your Thanksgiving food comes from and a few essays to chew on, plus the usual NC madness. Have a swell holiday, friends. We’ll be back on Monday.
Good morning, refugees welcomed in the Triad, Board of Election chair resigns, McCrory joins the bathroom monitors, Folwell eyes Treasurer race, firepower is easy and the Eastern Band considers legalizing it.
Good morning, GOP primary for governor gets more possible, electoral apartheid, IT chief logs out, Henson Barnes dies, the coast gets more armored and the feds warn DHHS again.
Good morning, bathroom politics in the Gov race, Carteret OKs offshore drilling, Rucho and Dollar, a terror anniversary and High Point, Asheville and Fayetteville police have something in common with Greensboro.
The state’s October unemployment rate dropped to the same place it was a year earlier, as economists say they see growth trends. From The Charlotte Observer: The state jobless rate dropped from 5.8 percent in September to 5.7 percent in October, the same as it was one year ago, the N.C. Commerce Department reported Friday. […]
Elections, Politics, & Policy:
NC Gov. Pat McCrory and his top Democratic challenger for 2016 generally agree on keeping Syrian refugees from entering the state until they are … More
A new poll from High Point University Survey Research Center shows that most registered NC voters would rather vote for a presidential candidate who's … More
In response to requests from several Republican governors on Monday -- including Pat McCrory of North Carolina -- for the president to cease sending … More
NC Gov. Pat McCrory held a news conference in Charlotte Monday afternoon to announce that he'll block Syrian refugees from entering his … More