Springsteen boycotts are one thing, but porn site xHamster is hitting North Carolina’s legislature where it really hurts.
A North Carolina judge was arrested this week for allegedly trying to bribe an FBI agent to obtain a log of text messages without a warrant.
Amos Shook was in his mid-40s when he went missing February 19, 1972. His daughter, Pamela, was just 14 at the time of his disappearance, and her father’s fate haunted her over the years. In June, she urged authorities to reopen the case. This time, the results were swift and startling.
They were carried out, according to the Eugenics Board of North Carolina,"for the best interest of the mental, moral, and physical well-being of the said patient, and/or for the public good."
A hurricane is poised to ruin the Atlantic Seaboard's barbecues this weekend. Gas prices might ruin the rest of the country's road trips. And over in Madrid, some, ahem, questionable images are ruining the city's brand-new bike share kiosks. It's What's Ruining Our Cities. Happy Independence Day.
The Duke Energy company says their 82,000-ton coal ash spill from one of its retired power plants into North Carolina's Dan River is not dangerous. Thousands of dead fish disagree from their toxic cement graves. Just look at all that sludge.
North Carolina: home of BBQ, beaches, and Apple's gi-freaking-normous data center. It's where iCloud lives, and maybe Siri! And now the company is putting the finishing touches on a new center. Why? Nobody really knows. So Wired checked it out.
When things get tough, lawmakers get creative. Faced with predictions that sea levels in the coastal areas of North Carolina will rise by a meter in the next century, legislators are considering bold action: making those predictions illegal. A bill being circulated in the Tarheel state would force scientists to…
For certain rural residents of the Carolinas during the Cold War, apocalyptic anxiety hit disturbingly close to home. In 1958 and 1961, the American Air Force lost nuclear weapons over the skies of South and North Carolina, respectively, raining potential apocalypse on the folks below.
After Hurricane Irene made landfall early this morning, she proceeded to plow her way up north, taking power lines out with her. Check back here for updates and video as the storm continues on its path of destruction.
Just when I thought I had seen all the time lapses I needed to see, Daniel Dragon Films surprises me with this stunningly beautiful film of the Outer Banks. Speechless.
It's the US' first house to be made from hemp, the fiber that's harvested from cannabis plants. Funnily enough, it's located in Asheville, North Carolina—but don't drop by expecting to smoke it to get high, whatever you do.
When Apple asks to buy your farm, there's your chance to apply the "big corporation tax." The Fulbright family asked for $1.7m when Apple fancied their acre of land adjacent to their iTunes data center in North Carolina.
Tim Peeler of Cleveland County, NC was having a normal night calling coyotes at 3 AM, when suddenly a gorgeous, blond humanoid emerged from the brush. After two totally indecipherable 911 calls, Peeler's quest for the truth has gone national.
This is footage taken in the sewers under Cameron Village in Raleigh, North Carolina. Is it a disgusting new life form, or just a great special effect? Either way, I want to know more.
I guess the first step towards the future is new lighting. At least that's what Raleigh, N.C. is banking on. They are going to replace every single public light with brand spankin' new LED's. While it will cost a lot more to purchase LED's, the increased price-tag should be negated by a decreased energy & maintenence…