The White House says President Barack Obama will deliver a statement on Wednesday, the day after Islamic State militants released a video showing an American journalist being beheaded.
The state House has passed a bill that would require an independent commission to oversee the cleanup of 33 coal ash ponds throughout North Carolina. State senators are expected to approve the measure later today.
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- House defeats Senate gambit on TAs, Incentives
- Monday Wrap: 'We're still here'
- McCrory names chief justice for NC Supreme Court
- Martin calls for coal ash compromise
- Friday Wrap: Sine won't die
- TA funding, economic development bills remain for lawmakers
- Regulatory reform package goes to governor
- Senate inaction leads to House U-turn on crime bill
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- Hunter fills Martin's NC associate justice seat
- Canadian company to create 68 jobs in Scotland Co.
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- DENR sets deadline for Duke coal ash cleanup plan
- Lee chosen to succeed Goolsby in NC Senate
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