The Atlanta Braves pitching staff is receiving some unwanted headlines. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports the team placed pitching coach Roger McDowell on administration leave Friday. The moves comes after a California man accused McDowell...
Developers of the exclusive Reynolds Plantation golf community want to sell assets to get out of debt. Tomorrow residents will decide if they want to help foot the bill.
Federal fisheries managers have cancelled plans to ban bottom-fishing off Georgia's coast. The plan effectively would have closed many commercial fishing operations in a bid to save the over-fished red snapper. But some fishermen still aren...
Michihiro Kono lost his factory, storeroom, customer records and two of his employees in the tsunami. But the ninth-generation CEO of Yagisawa Co. is determined to rebuild his soy sauce business, despite the odds.
An official Middleton family Coat of Arms was needed before Kate Middleton could marry Prince William. Once she passed the test of eminence, the College of Arms in London helped the Middleton family design their coat of arms.
Heavy fighting over the past 10 days has prompted civilians to flee through a border post captured by rebels last week. One man who made it across the border with his father says he was escaping from "hell." The U.N. estimates that more...
While there's plenty of overemphasis on the upcoming royal wedding, it's important to keep in mind that people have found a way to be more invested than they should be in the doings of young lovers and royals since long before television.
A side-by-side comparison of the Pentagon's secret Guantanamo detainee assessment briefs and federal court rulings shows that intelligence analysts and federal judges can reach starkly opposing conclusions from the same raw intelligence.
The strength of the tornadoes that have swept across much of the South in the past few days, killing at least 178 people as they tore through, is all too terrifyingly clear in the eyewitness videos starting to appear on the Web.
Emergency management agencies report more than 170 dead across five states after storms roared across the region, spawning tornadoes, wiping out homes and businesses, forcing a nuclear power plant to use backup generators and even prompting the...