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2020 Election: The voting power of Latino youth

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VIDEO: Eight Latino first-time voters tell The World about their politics, priorities and concerns leading up to the November presidential election.

Brayan Guevara in front of Irving Park Elementary School, in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he is a teacher's assistant, June 3, 2020.

This young Afro Latino teacher and voter wants to be a model for his students

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Estos son los jóvenes votantes latinos de ‘Cada 30 Segundos’

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Campus housing takes on new meaning as US considers more caps on refugee resettlement

Global Nation Education
Alabama employs roughly 3,000 people working with farmed catfish. The domestic industry has been cut in about half over the past 15 years, primarily due to competition from Vietnam.

The great catfish war rages on


North Carolina Group Phive Releases Song for Mandela Day

Conflict & Justice

Greensboro-based hip-hop group Phive paid tribute to Nelson Mandela’s birthday today by releasing a special song. Marco Werman speaks with singer and songwriter Afika Nxumalo about his connection to South Africa and the song he penned called “Madiba.”

Former Senator John Edwards’ Campaign Finance Trial Begins

Former Senator John Edwards was once one of the country’s most promising politicians: a vice presidential nominee and presidential hopeful. But for the next six weeks, he will be a prominent defendant in a campaign finance trial that is unprecedented.  Edwards is being charged with using illegal campaign contributions to cover up an affair with Rielle […]

The World

Housing sales: snapshots, national and personal

The numbers are out: After months of steadily increasing, home sales tapered off in August. We speak to the director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University and take a look at the market from the perspective of three local players.

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North Carolina’s Senate race radically changed

Global Politics

North Carolina was another battleground state the Obama campaign targeted aggressively. The Takeaway checks in with Rob Christensen of the Raleigh News and Observer about North Carolina’s votes for president and senate.