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UNC chancellor who yanked Confederate marker, is forced out

UNC Chancellor leaving, orders removal of Silent Sam pedestal

Rallies held at Confederate statue in North Carolina city

Police asking for information on armed robbery in Elizabeth City

Chicken-and-biscuits chain Bojangles' moves closer to sale

Murder suspect in custody following high speed chase in Brunswick County

Rutherford Co. Sheriff's deputy wounds suspect in fight

Owner of land where Confederate monument sits wants it gone

Group asks House to not seat Democrat

Two seriously injured after crash involving a school bus

Parents of boy who died in hotel settle with North Carolina

Cumberland County teacher accused of hitting nonverbal child

DURHAM COUNTY: Put Confederate statue in indoor display

High school student shot at bus stop in Charlotte

Ex-NFL player accused of assault suspended from coaching job

Woman thwarts abduction by running into karate studio

Federal shutdown prompts judge to freeze hog nuisance trials

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Sherrilyn Kenyon, author of the "Dark-Hunter" series, says in a lawsuit that her husband, who has filed for divorce, orchestrated a plot to try and poison her over several years.

Black workers at GM plant where nooses were found allege ongoing harassment

"I left because it got to a point where I didn’t want to deal with the racial tension and toxic environment anymore," one former worker told NBC News.

Les Moonves is going to arbitration to fight for $120M payout from CBS

The entertainment mogul left the network last year under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Jury awards dishwasher $21 million after boss scheduled her to work Sundays

A jury has awarded Marie Jean Pierre $21.5 million, finding that her boss violated the devout Christian’s religious rights by repeatedly scheduling her to work on Sundays and ultimately firing her.

U.S. military using ‘role players’ for military training exercises

The village of Eugen looks like it’s somewhere in the Middle East, complete with homes, marketplaces, and mosques. But looks can be deceiving. “Eugen” is actually inside California’s Fort Irwin, home to the military’s largest, artificially-constructed town used to train U.S. troops.