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DURHAM — There is broad agreement that North Carolina is better suited to handle redistricting in a more transparent fashion than a decade ago, but further improvements can be made to the process according to a wide spectrum of speakers at Duke University's Redistricting and American Democracy two-day symposium.

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PEMBROKE— Four years ago, Austin Locklear earned a biology degree from UNC Pembroke to prepare for the rigorous course load in medical school. In an effort to become a stronger candidate, he went on to earn a graduate degree from Duke University. 

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HAMLET — Scotland County native Sage Atkins will be sporting a darker hue of blue this fall when he begins medical school at Duke University.

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PEMBROKE —Two UNC Pembroke students and two recent graduates have been admitted to professional schools at Duke University and Methodist University.

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Saturday, 27 April 2019 18:58

COLUMN: Ron Paul still roots for peace, liberty

Their views on government’s role in society may be polar opposites, but libertarian elder statesman Ron Paul and progressive populist Bernie Sanders agree on one thing — the U.S. needs to wash its hands of Yemen’s bloody civil war.

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WASHINGTON —Duke University has agreed to pay the government $112.5 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting applications and progress reports that contained falsified research on federal grants to the National Institutes of Health and to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Justice Department announced (Monday). 

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When Zion Williamson slipped in the opening minute of Duke's game against North Carolina, exploding his sneaker and suffering a right knee sprain, the sound reverberated through the NBA.

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