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Fire chief: Coffee shop owner was told to leave before blast


Virginia county approves Amazon incentives despite protests


Chemours to pay penalty, speed up plan to cut chemicals in Cape Fear


South Carolina deputy fatally shoots man


Folt leaves UNC-Chapel Hill after Confederacy tiff


UNC system president wants no return of 'Silent Sam' statue


One dead after accident at Raleigh construction site


Investigator fired, another resigns over man charged in Hania Aguilar murder


Man dies after trooper-involved shooting in Brunswick County


Police: Woman shot during downtown Raleigh New Year's celebration


Fallen Lumberton officer laid to rest Thursday


Judge rules no punishing Smithfield Foods in nuisance case


Visa denied for father of slain Lumberton teen


New joint venture formed to convert pig poop to power


Utility reaches $2B settlement over failed nuclear plants


Quota bump for an economically important fish north of NC


Officials say fire at Cary mosque not intentional


Plane crashes in ocean in Myrtle Beach


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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced.

Disney World employee tried to lure 8-year-old girl into sexual encounter, authorities say

Frederick Pohl, 40, who worked at the Magic Kingdom, allegedly sent explicit photos of himself and arranged to meet with the child at an Orlando hotel.

Indianapolis 500 officials will offer measles vaccine at race

IndyCar medical director said that a "very limited supply" of vaccines will be available to fans at the race.

Mnuchin hit with questions about Sears from top Democrats

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin served on the board of Sears Holdings before he quit to join the Trump administration.

JPMorgan is cutting off OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma

JPMorgan's decision underscores a drive among banks to reassess their relationships with clients and industries in response to controversy and political debates over matters such as immigration detention and mass shootings.