Politics & Government
Unlike Charlotte 2012, Democrats can raise money from corporations and lobbyists
But the target is millions higher in Philadelphia
Congress no longer gives $18 million to the parties – to party
Food & Drink
As a rim-protector, Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside could help the Charlotte Hornets. But is the quirky, sometimes volatile Gastonia native a good fit?
The McCrory administration has lost a round in its court fight against news organizations that contend the state has systematically defied its own public records law.
Investors have approved a settlement agreement that will bring new management to land deals arranged by Rep. Robert Pittenger’s former real estate company, according to an email sent to investors Tuesday.
More than two decades ago, Charlotte’s leaders started the conversation that brought us the Lynx Blue Line light rail system.
Johnson & Johnson has lost multiple lawsuits that link their talcum powder to ovarian cancer
The company says it adequately labels its products and that they are safe for use
Here’s what you should know about talcum powder
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Having a first-class cabin correlates with a big increase in the chance of an air rage incident in economy
And the odds go up if economy-class passengers have to pass through first class on their way to their seats
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