The Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist talks NPR about why he decided to tell his story about his life as an undocumented immigrant and what coming out could mean for his future.
Dramatic losses in construction and manufacturing have led some economists to dub the downturn a "man-cession," saying it hit men worse than woman. And it's been even harder on black men, whose unemployment rate is about double the...
Is it possible to get rid of the federal deficit by just telling Congress to go home and do nothing? The Congressional Budget Office seems to think so, but doing nothing is hard to do.
From sad days in Syracuse to cell phone-wielding miscreants to Daniel Barenboim's knighting, it's all the classical news that's fit to link.
New surveys show that black and Latino moviegoers buy more tickets than other demographics, even though both are underrepresented onscreen. Some say the problem is that Hollywood sees minority audiences as less diverse than they really are.
A referendum on a proposed transportation sales tax will take place next summer. Some officials have expressed a desire to move the vote to the November general election. But changing the date won’t be easy.
State law enforcement officials say they’re having a hard time enforcing Georgia’s ban on texting while driving. It’s been nearly a year since the law was passed.
A new report from Georgia Watch says customers of the electric cooperatives who buy power from Plant Washington could see a 10 percent to 20 percent jump in their monthly bills. That would mean, on average, an additional $200 per year. The group...
Up to 200 new jobs are on the way to southwest Georgia. And an economic official calls it the region’s biggest economic announcement in decades. A new military and para-military training center will call Early County home. The American...
The nation's first new nuclear reactors in a generation risk coming in over budget and after deadline. That's according to expert testimony presented today to state utility regulators.