S. Truett Cathy's Chick-fil-A has now grown to $5 billion in annual sales, and its stores still close on Sundays, reflecting its founder's religious beliefs.
Emory University Hospital will accept a third patient infected with Ebola. The patient will be brought from West Africa to its isolation unit for treatment. Emory University Hospital says the patient is expected to arrive Tuesday morning. Air Force spokesman Lt. Col. James Wilson says the patient would be flown into Dobbins Air Reserve Base outside Atlanta. The hospital released no more information on the patient.
Genetic tests are recommended for women with a family history of breast cancer. One researcher says all women should be screened, but others say there's not enough evidence that they are at risk.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In apparent backing of the U.S., Nabil Elaraby tells the 22-member organization that it needs a "comprehensive confrontation" with the extremist group.
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.