Friday 20 Jan 2017


Medicare Launches Revamp For Heart Attacks, Hip Fractures

Medicare wants to start changing how it pays for the treatment of life-threatening conditions. The goal is to promote quality and contain costs by encouraging doctors, hospitals and rehab centers […]

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Obama In Closing Stretch Of Presidency

President Barack Obama is entering the closing stretch of his presidency, an eleventh-hour push to tie up loose ends and put the finishing touches on his legacy before

GOP Will Get To Work Dismantling Obamacare

With Donald Trump just weeks away from assuming office, GOP lawmakers plan to open the 115th Congress tomorrow and immediately take steps to repeal President Barack Obama's health

People Around The World Ring In 2017

Revelers around the world have been welcoming 2017 with crackling fireworks displays and loud cheering, saying goodbye to a year filled with political surprises, prolonged conflicts and the

Cooper Tells McCrory Staffers Jobs End Sunday

The incoming administration of Gov.-elect Roy Cooper is already giving notice to stalwarts of Gov. Pat McCrory's administration that they're being replaced and shouldn't show up for work

Man Walking in Woods Found Missing NJ Woman, Child

A sheriff's office official says a man walking in a wooded area in rural Virginia stumbled across a missing New Jersey woman and her great-granddaughter. Maj. William Knott of

NJ Woman, Great-Granddaughter Missing on Trip to NC

Authorities are searching for a great-grandmother from New Jersey who went missing with her 5-year-old great-granddaughter during a holiday car trip to North Carolina. Hamilton Township police say 71-year-old

Judge Lifts Execution Stay for Ex-Fort Bragg Soldier

A Kansas federal judge has lifted a stay of execution for a former soldier who was sentenced to death for killing two women and three rapes. Ronald A. Gray

Year in Review: NC in National Spotlight in 2016

2016 is the year North Carolina's identity crisis ran squarely into the national consciousness. Long perceived as a progressive Southern state, the rest of the nation finally discovered that

Ex-Fort Bragg Cook Headed for Execution

A former Fort Bragg soldier who killed four women and raped others more than 25 years ago is again headed for execution. The Fayetteville Observer reports Ronald Gray last