General aviation industry officials say, 7,000 Georgians go to work everyday in their industry -- and that should be good reason to keep a tax break in place for the wealthy customers who buy private airplanes. Current federal budget negotiations...
A $300,000 federal grant is going to an Atlanta organization to help train low-income residents for jobs and careers connected to the environment. It’s the latest government money headed to Georgia with hopes of spurring development in the green...
Toyo Tires in Bartow County will be expanding. On Tuesday, company officials joined Governor Nathan Deal to sign a deal expanding Bartow County’s bonding capacity by nearly a billion dollars.
Georgia Power says it will be shuttering three power plants for economic reasons. Two coal fired units at Plant Branch in Milledgeville will close in 2013. That’s a result of federal regulation tightening air pollution controls. The company has...
The Brown family has become a reality TV star on the show Sister Wives. Now, the 21-member nuclear family is poised to file a lawsuit in federal court in Utah. The family members say the state's anti-bigamy law is unconstitutional and that the...
The shuttle's triangular shape has represented manned space flight for the past 30 years. But if it were to be built today, the shuttle would likely be entirely different. For starters, it would carry either people or cargo but not both.
The health care overhaul law calls for an independent board to make recommendations for ways to reduce Medicare payments without cutting benefits or increasing costs to beneficiaries. But Congressmen from both sides of the aisle are growing doubtful...
Although the recession ended two years ago, the economy is still stuck in the mud. Over time, weak growth can have an insidious effect on a country's prospects and options. Why a low growth rate is more than just a number.
But the impasse continues in talks between the White House and congressional leaders over raising the federal debt ceiling, cutting federal budget deficits and eventually starting to shrink the $14+ trillion federal debt.
Over the past few weeks in Libya, rebels in the western mountains have made substantial gains against forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi. But the isolated region southwest of Tripoli is now facing major food and other shortages.