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Georgia Democrats are energized ahead of the 2014 elections. They have two high-profile candidates in statewide races-state Senator Jason Carter running for governor and Michelle Nunn running for...

Two Georgia Army bases are part of a nationwide study that could expand military charter schools.

The Defense Department is re-thinking education for military children.

About 23,000...

Those doing some last-minute shopping for health insurance now have one more day.

The federal government has added a 24-hour grace period for people signing up for health insurance under...

At least 11 customers have filed lawsuits against Target over a security breach that...

About 200,000 households are in the dark across the country, after a massive ice storm swept through Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard.

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For you last-minute shoppers, only a few hours remain before the deadline to sign up on healthcare.gov for an insurance policy that will take effect Jan. 1.

You have to enroll in a plan by...

The Senate passed a two-year bipartisan budget deal aimed at easing automatic spending cuts and avoiding a government shutdown following a House vote on the measure last week.

The vote by a...

A jury has acquitted a state lawmaker accused of illegally claiming mileage and expense reimbursement from the state.

The Fulton County jury on Thursday found Sen. Don Balfour not guilty...

The Georgia Federation of Democratic Women is conducting a letter-writing campaign trying to convince Governor Nathan Deal to expand Medicaid in the state.

They say accepting $40.5 billion...

The state rested its case Tuesday in the trial of state Senator Don Balfour, after aiming to show the Snellville Republican cheated taxpayers. The long-serving senator is charged with seeking...

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