The Land of Oz park allows visitors to wander along the Yellow Brick road and meet all their favourite characters from the 1939 film
Would federal officials really withhold billions of dollars meant to help educate children who can’t afford to go to school?
The legislation passed in March sparked outcry across the nation
The US Department of Justice has set a deadline for the state to repeal its discriminatory bill, but the governor does not want to back down
No one was injured in the blast
Transgender people in Oxford, Alabama, will face a $500 fine or prison if they use a public toilet designated for a gender different to the one stated on their birth certificates
This week marks four years since the US student loan debt amount surpassed $1 trillion
The NBA’s flagship exhibition event is scheduled to be held in the state’s capital Charlotte next February
Gov McCrory issued an executive order Tuesday to change part of the controversial law
Police found an AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle with 27 rounds in it
'It's like when a kid gets upset and says he's going to take his ball and go home,' says US congressman
'Some things are more important than a rock show'
PayPal is willing to place paramount importance on the safety of its LGBT staff in a state that puts their lives at risk
Demonstrators call for 'immediate termination' of three Duke administrators, and also for an employee wage increase
400 jobs were on their way to the state
Jeanie Ditty, 23, an active soldier, has been charged with murder