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President Jimmy Carter

Former President Jimmy Carter says he is delighted with President Obama's move to improve relations with Cuba.

He says he hopes the U.S. Congress will take steps to remove the economic...

While college students are packing up and heading home for the holidays, one Mercer University sophomore is staying put.

Samukai Sarnor is from Liberia, and while the Ebola outbreak may...

Roy Barnes and Sonny Perdue

Former Governor Sonny Perdue has hired his Democratic rival from the 2002 election.

The...

Plant Vogtle

A public watchdog says the construction of a nuclear power plant in Georgia is running a year late, a lag that could trigger big expenses.

A utility analyst testified Tuesday that...

Stethescope

Several physicians who have been cited for misconduct by medical boards in Georgia and other states are now working in Georgia state prisons.

The Atlanta...

An Atlanta college is suspending its endowed professorship with Bill Cosby amid allegations by more than two dozen women that the comedian and actor sexually assaulted them.

Spelman College...

Early adopter Creighton Rosental of Macon is what you’d call a solar pioneer. The early adopter said that he had the 4-kilowatt panels installed on the backyard side of his roof about five years...
Warrior's Walk

A Georgia Army post's living memorial to more than 460 fallen soldiers has been rebuilt from the soil to the tops of its freshly planted trees.

Since 2003, Fort Stewart has planted a tree...

U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson

Georgia Republican U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson issued a statement Tuesday on the so-called “torture report.”

Isakson says “oversight of the federal government, including the intelligence...

2015 could be the year that a second airport in the Atlanta area offers passenger flights. Officials in Paulding County, about an hour northwest of the city, have been working for several years to...

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