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In politics, nothing succeeds like success. And when a party primary leads to a run-off, the losers generally line up behind the candidate who got the most votes in round one.

Not so in...

Georgia’s high school students saw improvement in statewide end of course tests, but they are still struggling with math.

The 2014 End-of-Course Tests results were released Wednesday....

The first tropical storm of the season has formed off the coast of Florida. Tropical Storm Arthur is expected to stay well east of Georgia as it passes by on Thursday.

Kent Frantz with the...

New Georgia laws go into effect on July 1. From the controversial gun law to the e-cigarettes bill, here's a list of what these laws do and some of the reactions they've caused so far.

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Delinquent children are much more likely than their nondelinquent peers to die violently later in life, a study finds. And girls who ended up in juvenile detention were especially vulnerable,...

Thursday is Juneteenth, one of the oldest celebrations of the end of slavery in the United States.

The Juneteenth holiday commemorates the day slaves in Texas finally learned they were...

A new David Perdue ad depicts Congressman Jack Kingston as just another career politician who’s lost his conservative credentials after too many years in Washington.

“They arrive with good...

Georgia's first execution with its new secret source of lethal injection drugs went mostly as planned Tuesday night, despite concerns that it would be a repeat of a botched execution in Oklahoma...

Watchdog group Common Cause Georgia is calling for the resignation or termination of Holly LaBerge, the executive secretary of the state ethics commission.

William Perry with Common Cause...

With new technology comes a new type of Washington scandal: missing emails.

In the latest instance, the vanished emails belonged to Lois Lerner, former head of the exempt organizations...

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