More than a dozen Georgia roadless areas are expected to get new protections. A federal judge has upheld a Clinton-era ban on new roads on federal land. The ruling affects more than a dozen areas in North Georgia's Chattahoochee National Forest. The decision clears the way for the Obama administration to start enforcing the so-called "roadless rule."
Former President Bill Clinton was in Atlanta Tuesday morning with a message for charter schools: The institutions need to strengthen the link between education and innovations in health, the economy and the environment, he says.