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State lawmakers are embarking on the final two days of the 2014 legislative session this week. And the two chambers will vote on more than 100 bills between them before adjourning Thursday night...

"One Way Out" is arguably Duane Allman's most famous slide guitar lick. It's also the title of an exhaustive new history of the Allman Brothers Band.

The book by longtime Guitar World...

The Huffington Post recently compiled a list of several ways the South is struggling.

“These 9 Maps Should Absolutely Outrage Southerners” is a breakdown of current health and economic...

We told you Thursday that the pace of business at the State Capitol had quickened. That’s especially true in the scramble to push through controversial measures.

Lawmakers are grafting...

Legislation to erect a granite monument of the Ten Commandments at Georgia’s state capitol is headed to Governor Nathan Deal’s desk.

But even if he signs the bill, it’s likely to be struck...

State lawmakers are in session four days this week and two days next week before they adjourn for the year.

So what’s happening with the session’s hot bills?

Not much.

Ever...

You can never truly say a bill has died until lawmakers gavel out of the legislative session and declare “Sine Die” as they do the last night of each year’s legislative session.

But two so-...

As we’ve noted throughout this year’s legislative session, lawmakers are eager to avoid controversy, adjourn and start campaigning for re-election.

But the outside world keeps intruding at...

The Southern Poverty Law Center says education about the civil rights movement remains woefully inadequate in a majority of states.

But a study released Wednesday found Georgia is one of...

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