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You may recall the stories in April 2014 about Heartbleed, a major flaw in website software that put thousands of websites at risk of attack from hackers. The latest worry for security experts and...

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The National Parks Service wants to focus attention on the historically significant events that happened after the Civil War - specifically during Reconstruction. So this year, it’s conducting a...

Georgia will be one of the hardest hit states, as the Army looks to shrink its active duty force.

950 soldiers will leave Fort Stewart, while Fort Benning will lose 3,400. Deeper cuts...

About 7.5 million Americans paid an average penalty of $200 for not having health insurance in 2014 the first year most Americans were required to have coverage under the Affordable Care Act, the...

Atlanta city councilman Michael Julian Bond wants the Governor to consider changes to the relief sculpture on Stone Mountain.

Bond tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the...

The proposed nuclear deal with Iran has earned both praise and condemnation from Georgia’s representatives in Washington.

"We have seen the devastating consequences of starting two wars in...

Clergy who disagree with same sex marriage wouldn't have to perform them, under a bill floated by state House Speaker David Ralston.

Ralston proposed the so-called "Pastor Protection Act"...

On Saturday, the congregation Mickve Israel celebrates 282 years in Savannah, and a newly renovated museum is now open to the public. Artifacts on display include what congregation leaders say are...

Military communities are absorbing the news about another wave of troop reductions. The Army says it will shrink its active duty force by 40,000 - to bring it down to 450,000 nationwide over the...

Six Billion dollars is the amount the film and television industry brings to Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal's office released new data Thursday on the state's fiscal year that ended June 30th...

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