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Topic - Council Of State
A majority of North Carolina's top elected leaders agreed Tuesday to move ahead with a pilot project that might reduce algae in a man-made lake that provides drinking water to the Triangle.
PARIS (AP) — A French comic who is considered anti-Semitic was banned from performing Thursday night just hours after a court in Nantes said he could go ahead with his show.