Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has announced qualifying dates for candidates seeking a state Senate seat in west Georgia. Kemp says qualifying for the Nov. 8 election to fill Senate district 28 will open at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning and...
Class 5A featured a bit of a shakeup following the Winnersville Classic as Lowndes dropped out of the poll and Valdosta entered at No. 10.
Just like the Tea Party, this political movement gone viral has no leading musical voice.
In a straw poll at the two-day Values Voter Summit, Texas Congressman Ron Paul was the winner, but much of the talk of the conference was about former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who is viewed by many in the movement as soft on social issues.
Moammar Gadhafi's compound in the heart of Tripoli has been put to new use as a market, and the former palace of terror is now a kind of fairground.
Activists and educators are reaching out to Hispanic families in Alabama worried about what the tough new law will mean for them. The measure requires schools to record the immigration status of all newly enrolled students, and more than 2,000...
In a rare hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee, Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer discussed the role of judges under the Constitution. Among the revelations: Scalia considers himself out of touch with modern American values and...
The Russian veto of a watered-down U.N. Security Council resolution on Syria was not a shining moment for the Obama administration's "reset" of relations with Russia, and just the latest indication that Russia and the U.S. are far...
Apple helped pioneer the use of computers in schools back in the 1980s with the graphical interface of the Macintosh. These days, it's the iPad that's the hot trend in education and Jobs' education legacy is growing with the...
British media are aflutter amid reports that Paul McCartney may marry American Nancy Shevell today. The couple announced their engagement earlier this year. Shevell, 51, would be the former Beatle's third wife.