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From his first days in office, President Trump wasted no time in putting his mark on U.S. immigration policy. And he did it through executive orders. WFAE’s Laura Brache looks at four of those policies and the scope of their impact in North Carolina.
CHARLOTTE TALKS WITH MIKE COLLINS
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    Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, much of America’s workforce has gone virtual. Working from home took a little getting used to at first. Now it’s working so well that some believe this could become a permanent fact of life. How long might working from home last?
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    The pandemic means many of us are cooking – some for the first time – and, as this drags on, you may be running out of ideas. We have some inspiration.
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