Many Augusta residents are worried about a lack of transparency in the redistricting process. In Augusta state lawmakers tasked with redrawing political districts heard concerns from voters.
Gov. Nathan Deal is lending is his support to building a new $140 million highway that would give trucks expanded access to the Port of Savannah.
A Georgia law that cleared the way for a surge in new charter schools was struck down by the state's top court in a high-profile decision that will affect thousands of students and could reshape how the state's public school system is...
CNN weekend anchor Don Lemon is revealing his sexual orientation publicly for the first time. In anticipation of the release of his memoir this spring, Lemon tells NPR it is cathartic to release secrets he had been holding so tight. Yet Lemon...
President Obama plays host to Jordan's King Abdullah and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week. Administration officials say Obama wants to talk about U.S. policy following the killing of Osama bin Laden and the uprisings in...
The amount of money Americans owe on student loans recently exceeded the nation's credit card debt. That may lead one to ask: Is it smart to borrow lots of money to go to college? Student financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz says that college...
For many high school and college seniors, graduation is a time of new beginnings and harsh realities. Their thoughts are turning to money for tuition, rent, and credit cards. The choices they make now about debt and finances could be with them for...
As more details emerge about the damage at Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, governments around the globe are reassessing nuclear power. Japan and Germany have cancelled plans to build new reactors and are searching for alternative...
The 75-year-old Texas congressman is a lonely voice in Congress: He rails against government spending, argues against wars and calls for the legalization of drugs. But Paul, who has run for president twice before, packs halls on college campuses.
Most high school students accrue a "sleep debt" of five to 10 hours by the end of a school week. Parents can help their teens get to bed on time by encouraging naps, regulating light in the home and discouraging caffeine in the afternoon.