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Most say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC poll
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Durham district attorney signs on to letter vowing not to prosecute abortion cases
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ACC eliminates football divisions, adopts new schedule model in 2023
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Cumberland and Hoke counties are under alert.
Author Jane Borden left North Carolina for the Big Apple. Her book tells about that adjustment.