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Tech giants aren't on the best terms with the Obama administration lately, with...

Nearly a year after it was supposed to take effect, the physician pay hike for Medicaid services still hasn’t been fully implemented in Georgia and other states.

The delays have come in...

Around a million people get hip or knee replacements a year, and those operations cost Medicare and private insurers a lot of money. For the first time, the federal government is evaluating how...

A group of five Republican Georgia state legislators opened up a new line of attack against the Affordable Care Act Monday, following their counterparts in South Carolina in a movement that could...

Monday marked the first day for the trial of State Senator Don Balfour. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Henry Newkirk presided over day one, which was devoted largely to jury selection.

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Peter O'Toole, the legendary Hollywood star made famous by his leading role in 1962's Lawrence of Arabia, died on Saturday,...

As the year quickly draws to an end, Twiggs County residents are wondering if their library will end with it. The million-dollar state-funded building opened with much fanfare in October, but...

Three in four Georgians say they’re satisfied with the overall value of their health care, according to a new poll released Thursday.

But Georgians show concerns about the effects of the...

The whistleblower lawsuit that sparked an investigation into Governor Nathan Deal's 2010 campaign may take years to resolve.

Federal authorities are looking into allegations made by two...

Time is running out for people taking the current GED test. They have until Dec. 31 to complete all five portions of the high school equivalency exam. A new GED begins in January, and anyone who...

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