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Who Should Have Medical Marijuana In Georgia?

Katie Crosby has lived with chronic pain for years. She feels that the lives of people like here need to be considered in the Georgia medical marijuana debate.

Hawks Seek Buyer After NBA Team's Owner Reveals Racially Charged Email

Controlling owner Bruce Levenson said he had voluntarily told the league about the 2012 email. In it, Levenson asked if the Atlanta Hawks' black fans were keeping white season-ticket holders away.

Another Georgia Ethics Chief Gone

Georgia’s ethics commission has fired another executive secretary. The commission voted 4-0 to dismiss Holly LaBerge after a judge ruled last week she had failed to produce documents in a whistleblower lawsuit filed by the previous director of the ethics commission.

Archaeologists Chase Private Funds To Preserve Greek Antiquities

The country's prized archaeology sites are suffering, thanks to austerity measures and slashed budgets. But archaeologists face strict laws mandating state ownership of Greece's ancient treasures.

Arab League Chief Urges 'Confrontation' With Islamic State Militants

In apparent backing of the U.S., Nabil Elaraby tells the 22-member organization that it needs a "comprehensive confrontation" with the extremist group.

In The County Where Ebola First Struck Liberia, A Cry For Help

The virus reportedly crossed the border from Guinea into lush Lofa County in March. Health workers risk their lives to care for the sick and are "flabbergasted" at the lack of international aid.

Poroshenko, On Visit To East, Vows Mariupol Will Stay Ukrainian

The Ukrainian president, speaking in the embattled region, says: "This city was, is and will be Ukrainian."

Russia Reports Troop Deaths In Ukraine, But Calls Them 'Volunteers'

Ukraine and the West insist that the Russian army has been fighting in eastern Ukraine, a charge Russia denies. But reports from Russia now acknowledge that Russian soldiers are part of the battle.

Q&A: Dana Goldstein, Author, 'The Teacher Wars'

Testing, tenure, pay, standards, business influence, poverty and inequality the big education issues have been with us a long time, according to a new book.

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