Federal officials continue to probe allegations of misconduct related to a famous report on dead polar bears that raised concerns about climate change. Later this month, officials plan to re-interview one of the two government scientists who wrote...
The Alabama Shakes, Mayer Hawthorne and Allen Stone walk the thin line of retro-soul authenticity.
News and notes from around the web, including a Jack DeJohnette interview, Wynton at 50, a 40-year-hiatus comes to an end, Theo Bleckmann + Ben Monder, vibraphone, the Keystone Korner, and recreating Oscar Peterson.
Ask yourself what sort of energy plan you would likely get from a conservative governor from the oil and gas patch who gets a lot of political and financial support from the fossil-fuel industry and who is openly hostile to the federal government...
Georgia’s 12 transportation regions have approved their construction wish-lists, ahead of Saturday's deadline. Now, the sales job begins. Voters in the regions will decide next year whether to fund a penny sales tax to pay for the projects.
Imagine losing to your biggest rival in the Winnersville Classic then having to hit the road to face a team that started the season ranked No. 1 and coming off of a finals appearance.
Georgia’s high school football history runs 109 years deep. The last century has produced stories of standout players and record-breaking teams. Jon Nelson with GPB Sports has tied all of them together in his new book, “Peachstate Pigskin—Georgia’...
The nation's largest grocery store operator says people with peanut allergies could have a serious or even life-threatening reaction if they eat the Private Selection Extreme Moose Tracks ice cream being recalled.
Eleven teachers and administrators implicated in the Atlanta school cheating scandal lost their teaching certificates Thursday. It's the first official disciplinary action the state has handed down since investigators reported the cheating in...
While the results are a technical tour de force, the researchers did not find any genetic feature that could explain why the Black Death was so virulent. In fact, the germ behind the medieval plague isn't much different from the one that causes...