The conservative Civitas Institute announced Tuesday, Sept. 19, that it will no longer operate the Carolina Plott Hound website that came under fire last week for promoting an anti-Semitic blog post about NC Attorney General Josh Stein.
The N.C. Oil & Gas Commission postponed its inaugural meeting Wednesday amid questions of its legality. The commission now plans to meet this fall to consider citizen complaints about fracking moratoriums in Lee and Chatham counties.
Leaders of some of the world’s most influential – or controversial – countries skipped Donald Trump's debut at the United Nations rather than face the prospect of being caught up in an embarrassing controversy by the unpredictable U.S. president.
Two anti-nuclear weapons campaigners have scaled the entrance awning of Australia's foreign ministry and unfurled a banner to protest the government's failure to endorse a U.N. nuclear disarmament treaty.
Rhode Island lawmakers passed dozens of bills Tuesday, including legislation to mandate paid time off for workers who call in sick and to require anyone subject to a domestic protective order issued by a court to surrender guns.