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Abigail Disney went undercover at her family’s amusement parks and now she’s ‘livid’


Lyft opens up its IPO road show, offers 30 million shares


IBM buying North Carolina-based Red Hat in $34B deal


Wells Fargo: Mistake contributed to hundreds of foreclosures


Tire firm cuts about 100 jobs amid restructure


North Carolina AG challenging Duke Energy coal ash charges


Krispy Kreme to buy Insomnia Cookies for undisclosed sum


Errant tweet inspires "National Blue Cheese Dressing Day"


Piedmont Airlines retiring its Dash 8 Fleet


Restaurant chain's "grill masters" available today to help make holiday meals


Harley, stung by tariffs, shifts some production overseas


Businesses increasingly allow employees to donate paid time off


Just 2 projects use NC's film grants so far this fiscal year


Gas prices still on the rise


Trump: US will help penalized Chinese company


Callers to SC city's hotline can report offensive odors


Hawaii officials encourage tourism despite volcano


Report: Legal marijuana boosts government revenue _ a little


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Trump admin accuses Duke, UNC of pro-Islam bias, threatens funding

The Department of Education is threatening to revoke funding for a joint Duke/UNC course because it allegedly favors Islam over Judaism and Christianity

Barron Hilton, hotelier and founding owner of Los Angeles Chargers, dies at age 91

Barron Hilton was an entrepreneur before succeeding his father, Conrad, as head of Hilton Hotels Corporation.