The Japanese public is demanding that the country move away from nuclear power and toward renewable sources of energy. But it's a tall task for a country with few resources.
Most patients don't negotiate with doctors and hospitals over the cost of health care. Consumer Reports says it's time they did. The shopping mavens say doctors can deliver better care for less if patients let them know that cost is an...
About 56 people a day show up in emergency rooms with injuries from BB, pellet and paintball guns. How did researchers figure that out? It's all in the code.
The suspension sets up what is likely to be a drawn-out fight and a climax to a long-running political feud in the city.
Was that a jobs plan Mitt Romney unveiled Tuesday or a Steve Jobs plan? Wanting voters to see him as the political version of the black turtleneck-clad business visionary, Romney compared himself not only to Jobs but to someone using a smartphone...
Television images showed Abdel Baset al-Megrahi at his home in Libya. He looked weak with a machine monitoring his heart rate.
After months of competition, 15 finalists, ranging in age from 14 to 24, competed for the title of national fingerboarding champion at the Tech Deck U.S. Fingerboarding Championships in New York City. Fingerboarding is a miniature version of...
Under the new redistricting maps, Republicans could have a super-majority in both chambers of the state legislature after the 2012 general election. A super-majority makes it easier for the ruling party to amend the state’s constitution.
The state Supreme Court has ordered that Catoosa County Magistrate Court Judge Anthony Peters be permanently removed from office. The court issued a unanimous opinion on Tuesday saying it agrees with the recommendation of the Judicial...
A Georgia lawmaker wants to exempt online travel companies from paying local occupancy taxes when they book hotel rooms. Republican State Senator Josh McKoon of Columbus says the driving force behind his bill is to fuel a rewrite of long-standing...