RALEIGH — A three-judge panel unanimously upheld North Carolina’s new congressional districts, just in time for 2020 candidates to start filing.
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North Carolina’s House Bill 2, widely decried as discriminatory against gay and transgender people, may have been repealed, but the legal fight it led to is far from over.
A lawsuit over a 2013 bus crash that killed six members of Statesville’s Front Street Baptist Church came to an anticlimactic end Tuesday just as a trial was set to begin.
WASHINGTON - A federal judge's decision to block Trump administration plans to phase out protections for so-called undocumented "dreamers" brought sharp backlash Wednesday from the White House, calling the injunction "outrageous."
Inmates blame Virginia women's prison for deaths, amputation
Two sisters involved in the car attack that killed Heather Heyer on Saturday filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler, James Alex Fields Jr., Richard Spencer and 30 other groups and individuals.
School district settles with transgender teens who alleged discrimination over bathroom policy
GREENSBORO — A three-member panel of U.S. District Court judges chastised the General Assembly on Thursday for not redrawing N.C. House and Senate maps after nearly a year has passed since those maps were ruled unconstitutional.
The motion to pay attorney and other fees, filed by Anita S. Earls of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, argues that the plaintiffs are entitled to reimbursement under the Civil Rights Attorney’s Fees Awards Act.