Constitution en The Document That Ended American Slavery Hits The Road <p></p><p>North Carolina's copy of the 13th Amendment is now on tour.&nbsp; The document that marked the formal end of slavery in the US will be on display at the courthouse in Historic Edenton.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p>Officials say the series of stops at historic sites across the state is part of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War.&nbsp; The timing is also linked to Juneteenth. African Americans observe June 19th as when the last of the enslaved learned they were free in the summer of 1865.&nbsp;</p><p></p> Thu, 05 Jun 2014 12:48:03 +0000 Eric Hodge & Rebecca Martinez 36743 at The Document That Ended American Slavery Hits The Road Congressman Price Advises On Tunisian Constitution <p>Chapel Hill Democratic Congressman David Price is celebrating Independence Day far from home this year. As Asma Khalid reports he's spent the week in a small North African country that only gained its freedom a year and a half ago.<br><br><strong>Asma Khalid:</strong> Congressman Price is visiting Tunisia as the co-chair of the House Democracy Partnership. He's meeting with Tunisian politicians who are working on crafting a new constitution for the country.<br> Wed, 04 Jul 2012 17:00:00 +0000 Asma Khalid 2157 at ACLU Seeks to Protect Cell Phone Records <p>The American Civil Liberties Union is taking a stand to protect cell phone records in police investigations.<br><br><strong>Gurnal Scott:</strong> About 40 North Carolina police agencies responded to the national ACLU's question on how cell phone records were obtained. The ACLU said the responses were inconsistent ranging from getting court orders as a safety net to having no written policy at all. North Carolina ACLU spokesman Mike Meno says the intent is not to hamper how police track suspects.<br> Wed, 04 Apr 2012 13:47:00 +0000 Gurnal Scott 2952 at