See how much your taxes would be if you win the big jackpot.
If the measure passes, consumers would lose a loophole that has resulted in years of tax-free online shopping.
A daily wrap up of the best moments from late-night talk shows.
An interactive tracking the latest snow storm news in the U.S., and providing insight into storm preparations, historical blizzards and "nor'easters" is now available
Southerners more accustomed to sunshine than snow began digging out Monday from a wintry blast that stranded drivers and air travelers, cut power to thousands of homes, and even forced Auburn University to cancel viewing parties for the national championship bowl game.
The air is cool and crisp. Fall is beautiful in North Carolina. Show us your colors.
Key ships stationed over BP's crippled well in the Gulf of Mexico were ordered to evacuate Thursday ahead of Tropical Storm Bonnie, and engineers have grown so confident in the leaky cap fixed to the well head that they will leave it closed while they are gone. Tropical Storm Bonnie, which blossomed over the Bahamas and was to enter the Gulf of Mexico by the weekend, could delay by another 12 days the push to plug the broken well for good using mud and cement, retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen and BP officials conceded. Even if it's not a direct hit, the rough weather will push back efforts to kill the well by at least a week.
Learn more about the 2012 Nobel Prize winners and facts about the annual prizes in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, economics and literature, as well as peacemaking efforts.
An interactive map of the U.S. shows which states require identification and photo IDs to vote.
An interactive shows the sequence of events of a shooting outside the Empire State Building in New York City.
A gunman opened fire Sunday and killed six people at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee before he was killed in an exchange of gunfire with one of the first officers to respond to the chaotic scene, authorities said.
A jury acquitted John Edwards on one charge that he accepted illegal campaign contributions but deadlocked on five other charges, forcing the judge to declare a mistrial.
Think about the challenges many of us face every day. We worry about our jobs and making enough for our family's needs. We stress about our children getting a good education, staying healthy and finding good friends. We struggle to find balance between work, play, and family.
- What's on Tap
What's on Tap: Bike, swim, run and eat: Doughman is back
Doughman, the intense competition that combines biking, swimming, running, and, of course, eating, is returning to Durham for its sixth year. While registration for the race is closed, you can still volunteer or come watch the race.
WRAL and The Fayetteville Observer have joined forces and are now working from the same newsroom to cover the city of Fayetteville, the military and surrounding counties.
- WRAL WeatherCenter Blog
WeatherCenter: Low tornado count continues
- Get Out of Debt Guy
Get Out of Debt Guy: My financial life was in traumatic accident
Milesa writes in asking for help with debt following a major accident.
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