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Where's The Color In Kids' Lit? Ask The Girl With 1,000 Books (And Counting)

Eleven-year-old Marley Dias went on a quest to collect and donate 1,000 books with a black girl as the main character. Spoiler alert: She did really well.

Macon Negro League Players Make History!

A teenager has unearthed some Negro Leagues players from Macon and helped them secure their place in history.

St. Simons Residents Push For Local Government

A group on St. Simons and Sea Islands hopes a local city government could better manage developemnt. Others aren't so sure.

Hillary Clinton Campaigns In Atlanta

Clinton spoke at Atlanta City Hall just days before Super Tuesday.

Legislative Rush Is On; Crossover Day Looming Large at the State Capitol

Lawmakers are in a last minute push to get their legislation onto the floor of the House and Senate.

At Least 4 Dead, Including Gunman, At Kansas Manufacturing Plant

Fourteen others were injured after an employee opened fire at Excel Industries. The sheriff said the shootings appeared random, but there were some "things that triggered this particular individual."

The 10th Republican Debate In 100 Words (And 3 Videos)

The debate was a free-for-all brawl. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz took turns lashing at Donald Trump, trying to portray him as a man with many insults but little substance.

Caffeine For Sale: The Hidden Trade Of The World's Favorite Stimulant

Millions want caffeine removed from their coffee. Millions more want caffeine added to their soda. Little-known caffeine factories, scattered across the world, satisfy both desires.

Trump Knocked Down A Peg By Team Rubio-Cruz, But Is It Too Little Too Late?

It was a crossfire many Republicans opposed to Donald Trump have waited to see, and not always patiently. Had it come earlier, it might have kept some of the other candidates in the hunt longer.