At first, the complaint from the left was that news organizations had ignored the movement. But as they did swing their gaze, journalists weren't quite sure how to characterize what they saw. Lacking easy labels, Occupy Wall Street proved...
Support for the death penalty in the United States is at its lowest level since 1972, when the Supreme Court issued a moratorium on existing capital cases. Still, 61 percent of Americans support the death penalty.
Georgia is challenging the constitutionality of a clause in the 1965 federal Voting Rights Act. The challenge is part of a lawsuit filed last week that seeks approval for Georgia’s new redistricting maps.
A $6.8 million project to create a gateway into Fort Benning from Interstate Highway 185 is completed. Four monuments have been erected along Victory Drive as part of the gateway to represent the Infantry School and Armor School at the Maneuver...
The Ogeechee River in southeast Georgia is still recovering from the biggest fish kill in Georgia history. This week the state released thousands of fish to help restore the river. When the kill happened in May, the state Environmental Protection...
Georgia sends $1.1 billion in exports to Columbia, Korea and Panama. Republicans and some business groups say, those exports stand to rise now that Congress has approved trade deals lowering tariffs on the nations. Georgia chemicals, machines and...
Traditionally a lightning-fast race, the Asics Invitational at the McIntosh Nature Preserve always boasts impressive fields loaded with runners itching to clock personal bests.
St. Pius X took the Area 5-AAA tournament championship for the fourth year in a row. The Golden Lions, once again are a top seed and will face Troup in the first round.
Fourth-seeded North Cobb upset top-seeded Camden County in a 6-2, 5-4 sweep in the first round of the state playoffs. In Game 2, the visiting Warriors needed two sacrifice flies in the bottom of the eight to win - one to tie the game and the other...
Officials in Athens are proposing a new ordinance to crack down on panhandlers in the Classic City’s downtown area. The Athens Banner-Herald reports the new ordinance would ban panhandling near banks, ATMs, sidewalk cafes, bus stops, taxis and...