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One of the most controversial bills awaiting Governor Nathan Deal’s signature is one that would expand where guns can be carried.

The bill took a circuitous path through the legislature,...

When Kristine Leighton graduated from a private college five years ago with a degree in hospitality, she owed $75,000 on student loans. Each month, she paid the minimum amount of $450 and lived at...

Hundreds of protesters met outside Governor Nathan Deal’s office Tuesday morning to present a petition calling for Deal to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

The group is part...

Over the past few months, the country's biggest technology firms have spent billions buying startups. Are we watching another tech bubble about to burst?

In this year's first quarter,...

A Major League Soccer franchise would do well in Atlanta, according to soccer commentator Ives Galarcep of the widely-read website SoccerByIves.net.

"I...

The restaurant at the center of a lawsuit involving celebrity chef Paula Deen has closed. Uncle Bubba's Seafood & Oyster House in Savannah, Ga., surprised employees by handing out final...

Gov. Nathan Deal distanced himself Sunday from a case in Fulton County Superior Court involving the investigation into ethics allegations against his 2010 campaign.

On Friday, a jury...

Animal welfare advocates in Georgia are frustrated after new state laws against animal cruelty went nowhere during this year’s legislative session. One bill would have made it a crime in Georgia...

Georgia’s high-profile hospital antitrust saga may not be over after all.

The Federal Trade Commission is asking a state agency whether a potential divestiture of the Albany hospital that...

Bibb County District Attorney David Cooke is on the warpath against Macon's violent street gangs, but some defense attorneys say the statute at the core of Cooke's new strategy can be used to...

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