Georgia does a lot of business with China. We sell the country lots of forestry products and chickens. So why don't some industry groups want to comment on a trade dispute currently in the U.S. Senate? Some of them have unresolved complaints...
The Georgia Charter Schools Association is holding its annual meeting outside Atlanta for the first time. Organizers want to expand charters schools to all parts of state. They says some school districts are resistant to change.
His work "gives us fresh access to reality," the Nobel committee says. The surrealist poet has also spent a career as a psychiatrist working with institutionalized children.
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Relatives of several alleged victims of former mob boss James Whitey Bulger will be in a federal courtroom in Boston Thursday. The families sued the FBI for compensation, arguing the agency was liable for mishandling its relationship with its mob...
Look at front pages, listen to news broadcasts or search the Web today and it's the one word that comes up over and over again in reports about the death of Apple's co-founder.
Through his work, Jobs imagined ever-present, all-purpose, people-friendly gizmos that bridged the divide between poet and programmer, music lover and machinist, grandparent and gamer, technoid and virtually everyone else.
He'll meet with reporters at 11 a.m. ET in the East Room of the White House.