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August 22, 2017

GPB Sports Inside Edition Thanks Cigna for Their Support

Football Fridays in Georgia Inside Edition returns September 15th at 7 PM!

August 22, 2017

Today on On Second Thought

We talk with Atlanta artist Dawud Anyabwile about a new exhibit chronicling the “Brotherman” comic universe. Listen today at 9 AM or streaming live at GPB.org.

August 22, 2017

Political Rewind

Tune in for Political Rewind today at 2 PM on GPB Radio as host Bill Nigut reviews the week in politics and what's ahead.

August 22, 2017

See GPB Radio’s Rickey Bevington at TEDxPeachtree 2017

“All Things Considered” host Rickey Bevington will be a featured speaker. Click here for a chance to win tickets to the event!

August 22, 2017

Los Angeles Sues Justice Department, Joining Other 'Sanctuary Cities'

Los Angeles sued the Justice Department on Tuesday over the Trump administration's threat to cut millions in federal funding for so-called sanctuary cities, which limit their cooperation with federal authorities on immigration enforcement. The lawsuit seeks to join similar legal challenges that the state of California and the city of San Francisco lodged earlier this month against the department over new conditions it has imposed on federal grants for local law enforcement. The city of Chicago is also suing the department over the matter in a separate suit. The legal claims all accuse the Trump administration of threatening to withhold funding to try to force local jurisdictions to enforce federal immigration laws. "We're suing to block the Trump Administration from unconstitutionally imposing its will on our city," Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said in a statement. "The administration would put L.A. to the untenable choice of risking a key public safety grant or making LAPD an
August 22, 2017

Pollution Buildup At Conowingo Dam May Harm Chesapeake Bay Cleanup

A decades-long effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, the nation's largest estuary, is showing signs of success. But scientists now say progress could be hindered by a hydroelectric dam, located on the Susquehanna River in northern Maryland. The Conowingo Dam has been holding back pollution for nearly a century, but recent research shows it has filled up with sediment faster than expected. "It's now at a point where it's essentially, effectively full," says Bill Ball, director of the Chesapeake Research Consortium. "The capacity's been reached." In 2010, the Environmental Protection Agency imposed strict new pollution limits on state and local governments in the bay watershed to sharply curb nitrogen, phosphorous and sediment by 2025. It was believed the Conowingo Dam would continue trapping sediment until then. But as the science around the sediment buildup has become clearer, Maryland responded this month by announcing a $4 million pilot program to dredge behind the dam. "If you don
August 22, 2017

Dakota Access Pipeline Owner Sues Greenpeace For 'Criminal Activity'

The developer behind the Dakota Access Pipeline , which for months drew thousands of protesters , has sued Greenpeace and several other environmental groups for their role in delaying the pipeline's construction. In the racketeering lawsuit it filed in federal court Tuesday, Energy Transfer Partners alleges these groups inflicted "billions of dollars in damage" with their "criminal activity and campaigns of misinformation" against the pipeline. Greenpeace led a "network of putative not-for-profits and rogue eco-terrorist groups" — including Earth First! and BankTrack , who are also defendants — which disseminated false claims about the pipeline's impact on the environment and the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's sacred sites, alleges the lawsuit. Energy Transfer says the environmental groups, which together it refers to as "the Enterprise," engaged in racketeering and defamation that ended up increasing the cost of construction by at least $300 million. But the developer — represented by a
August 22, 2017

Breaking Confidentiality, R. Kelly Accuser Goes Public Claiming Underage Relationship

Just over a month after publishing a report in which the parents of a young woman alleged their daughter was "brainwashed" by R. Kelly, and in which a former personal assistant of the singer referred to him as a "puppet master," BuzzFeed has published another article about the Chicago-born singer with more serious allegations. The article by Chicago reporter Jim DeRogatis, who has reported on R. Kelly's alleged sexual misconduct for nearly two decades, details the claims of Jerhonda Pace. DeRogatis writes that he was provided documentation of financial settlements reached as part of a nondisclosure agreement between Pace and Kelly. Pace, who risks legal retaliation from Kelly by going public, says those settlements were brokered for her by the attorney Susan E. Loggans, something Loggans tells BuzzFeed she has done "numerous" times in separate cases. According to DeRogatis, Pace claims she began a sexual relationship with Kelly while still a minor, after meeting him outside the
August 22, 2017

'China Quarterly' Publisher Restores Articles Following Backlash From Scholars

The British publisher of an academic journal has reversed a decision to take down hundreds of articles from its Chinese website. In a statement released Monday, Cambridge University Press said it's reposting the more than 300 articles to "The China Quarterly." "The University's academic leadership and the Press have agreed to reinstate the blocked content, with immediate effect, so as to uphold the principle of academic freedom on which the University's work is founded," the statement read. The announcement came days after the publisher initially complied with a request to remove 315 articles from its Chinese website at the request of authorities. The articles covered topics including Tibet, Taiwan and the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. At the time, Cambridge University Press argued it was complying with the request "to ensure that other academic and educational materials we publish remain available to researchers and educators in this market. " The decision sparked a backlash though,
August 22, 2017
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See Diana Talk About Her Life 20 Years After Her Death

On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana of Wales lost her life in tragic car crash. Twenty years after her death, Diana tells her story in her own words.

August 22, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

Well, That Escalated Quickly…

It happened Week Zero (or Week One, depending on your perspective)

August 22, 2017
Education Matters

Heads Up For GPB’s Latest And Greatest Georgia Studies Digital Textbook

GPB is excited to release an upgraded version of Our State and Our Nation, enhanced with additional content and new functionality.

August 22, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

Shocks, Surprises, and Great performances!

The winning teams were not necessarily a shock, but the final scores were expected to be much closer..

August 21, 2017
GPB Sports Blog

(Watch) Final Update

Your Final Week 0 Update!

August 18, 2017

Education Blogs

Heads Up For GPB’s Latest And Greatest Georgia Studies Digital Textbook

GPB is excited to release an upgraded version of Our State and Our Nation, enhanced with additional content and new functionality.

August 22, 2017

Atlanta Museums Offer Free Events For Educators

Looking for some weekend fun? Want to preview potential field trip sites? Want to do it for free?

August 18, 2017

PBS TeacherLine Professional Development Courses Start September 13

PBS TeacherLine is offering a 20% discount off fall courses!

August 16, 2017

Education Spotlight

Georgia Race Through Time

Help Savannah and Peaches beat the clock and show off your knowledge of Georgia history with GPB’s new history adventure game!

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