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Wade Rawlins

Asian-American soldier faced punishment before he shot himself, trial told

Jul 28 2012

FORT BRAGG, North Carolina A Chinese-American soldier in Afghanistan was forced to crawl about 50 yards (45.7 meters) as punishment while his superiors yelled and hurled rocks at him hours before he took his own life, a fellow soldier testified on Friday in a court-martial hearing.

North Carolina voters pick Republican candidates for U.S. House

Jul 17 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Three North Carolina Republicans survived crowded primary fields to clinch their party's nomination for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives in runoff contests held on Tuesday.

Republicans battle in runoffs for North Carolina congressional seats

Jul 17 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Republicans hoping to maintain their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives and turn back Democratic efforts to regain ground are looking to several competitive congressional races with primary run-off contests in North Carolina on Tuesday.

Duke Energy board unhappy with "autocratic" Johnson

Jul 10 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Duke Energy Corp directors grew increasingly worried about Progress Energy Chief Executive Bill Johnson's "autocratic" management style and lacked confidence he could lead the largest U.S. utility, Duke CEO Jim Rogers told North Carolina regulators on Tuesday.

Duke Energy board unhappy with "autocratic" Johnson

Jul 10 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Duke Energy Corp directors grew increasingly worried about Progress Energy Chief Executive Bill Johnson's "autocratic" management style and lacked confidence he could lead the largest U.S. utility, Duke CEO Jim Rogers told North Carolina regulators on Tuesday.

Duke Energy board unhappy with "autocratic" Johnson

Jul 10 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Duke Energy Corp directors grew increasingly worried about Progress Energy Chief Executive Bill Johnson's "autocratic" management style and lacked confidence he could lead the largest U.S. utility, Duke CEO Jim Rogers told North Carolina regulators on Tuesday.

Duke Energy board unhappy with 'autocratic' Johnson

Jul 10 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Duke Energy Corp directors grew increasingly worried about Progress Energy Chief Executive Bill Johnson's "autocratic" management style and lacked confidence he could lead the largest U.S. utility, Duke CEO Jim Rogers told North Carolina regulators on Tuesday.

Duke Energy board unhappy with "autocratic" Johnson

Jul 10 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Duke Energy Corp directors grew increasingly worried about Progress Energy Chief Executive Bill Johnson's "autocratic" management style and lacked confidence he could lead the largest U.S. utility, Duke CEO Jim Rogers told North Carolina regulators on Tuesday.

North Carolina lawmakers reject sea level rise predictions

Jul 03 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina Lawmakers in North Carolina, which has a long Atlantic Ocean coastline and vast areas of low-lying land, voted on Tuesday to ignore studies predicting a rapid rise in sea level due to climate change and postpone planning for the consequences.

North Carolina lawmakers set record overriding government on budget, fracking

Jul 03 2012

RALEIGH, North Carolina The Republican-led North Carolina legislature voted to override Democratic Governor Beverly Perdue on the annual budget late on Monday, a state record 11th time in the last two years they have overturned her veto.

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