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Wikipedia argues that the site has become "nothing less than the greatest collection of human knowledge." And because of that, it should join the likes of the Statue of Liberty and the Great Wall of China as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
Several times, President Ali Abdullah Saleh has reneged on agreements to step down from power, and clashes have erupted in the capital city of Sanaa. The U.S. is worried not only about the future of Yemen, but also about what instability means for...
The controversial legislation allows roving wiretaps, court-ordered searches of business records and surveillance of non-American "lone wolf" suspects without terrorists ties. The legislation now moves to the House, which expected to...
A federal program might not cover the full costs of Georgia's new immigration law. When Gov. Nathan Deal signed the bill into law this month, he said a U.S. Department of Homeland Security program called 287(g) could help pick up the tab.
Some cities and counties around the state are wrangling over putting the issue of Sunday alcohol sales in front of their voters. The main reason they may hold back this fall—is all about budget.
Rising gas prices will slow Georgia’s economy for the rest of the year. That's the prediction from an economic forecaster popular in Georgia’s business community.
A spate of recent natural disasters could bump Georgia insurance rates, but not right away. State insurance officials say April tornadoes caused $145 million in losses. The Georgia Office of the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner reviews rate...
In a victory certain to be read by many as a positive omen for House Democrats looking forward to the 2012 elections and a warning for Republicans, Democrat Kathy Hochul won the special election to fill a vacant seat in a congressional district...
Different schools of thought can be found all over Washington whether U.S. forces should press harder than before, leave immediately or try to reconcile with Taliban leaders. In any case the U.S. will need Pakistan's help, analysts say, but...
Christine Lagarde is the first woman ever to head the economic affairs of a G-8 economy. Observers say she has the skills necessary to fill the shoes of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who resigned to fight charges of sexual assault in New York City.