In 2008, candidate Obama inspired crowds with his message of hope and change. This time around, the president faces new challenges: 9 percent unemployment, a U.S. credit downgrade, and an approval rating slipping toward 40 percent. Is running as...
Many Egyptians feel their revolution is still unfinished. But they believe the trial of the former president and efforts to establish democracy will help set the tone for the wider Middle East.
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If you want adults to have jobs, the best time to train them is when they're 3 years old, an economist says.
When Gov. Perry announces his candidacy on Saturday, there will be a new sheriff in the GOP presidential contest a man, who in more than two decades of electoral politics, has never lost a race. Perry was born and raised in West Texas, where he...
A woman who loaned Ryan Dougherty her car "later saw her Subaru on the police chase video." Now the car is wrecked. The decisive tip that brought the capture of the "Dougherty Gang" came from two former officers who were out to...
Maps detailing proposed changes to legislative districts are being made public. Lawmakers will begin a special session on Monday to make final decisions. Some lawmakers could lose seats.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta ruled against a portion of the Affordable Care Act. By a 2 to 1 ruling, judges struck down the mandate that virtually all Americans must carry health insurance or face penalties. The judges ruled the...
Competitive Initiative underway to increase business in Georgia. Regions have different strengths. Chamber president rejects notion of "two Georgia's".
University of Georgia police say a van service designed to help students get home safely when they leave work or class alone at night has been discontinued. Williamson said eliminating the van service will save his department about $50,000 a year.