In remarks at Fort Drum, N.Y., he told those who have fought in Afghanistan that the U.S. has turned a corner in that country. But the president said the job isn't finished and, in his words, "There's still some fighting to be done....
In a survey of 583 U.S. companies, 90 percent of them said they had been hacked in the past year. One expert called the finding "mind blowing."
Almost 10 percent of babies and toddlers are overweight, and children's health researchers are concerned. The Institute of Medicine wants child care centers, preschools and parents to play a bigger role in keeping these young kids from gaining...
In one case, the court struck down a Vermont law that barred the buying, selling and profiling of doctors' prescription records. And in the second, the court ruled that the makers of generic drugs are immune from state lawsuits for failure to...
A death row inmate convicted of killing a 78-year-old Savannah woman is set to become the first person in Georgia executed using a new lethal injection drug.
Macon businessman indicted for selling and shipping aircraft parts to Iran. Michael Edward Todd sent parts from his warehouse at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport. Trade embargo in effect with Iran since 1979.
An agriculture industry group estimates a shortage of migrant labor may wind up costing Georgia fruit and vegetable farmers $300 million in crop losses. Officials worry the total economic impact will be even greater if crops from the next harvest...
In its 26th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with ESPN RISE, today announced O'Neal Wanliss of Holy Innocents Episcopal School as its 2010-11 Gatorade Georgia Boys Track & Field...
Georgia’s nuclear plants one day could have more options for disposing the tons of spent reactor fuel they create. Federal regulators are considering letting private companies recycle the fuel.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan says part of a $400 million federal grant won by Georgia last year cannot go to help keep the doors open at a handful of charter schools affected by a court ruling. Duncan spoke Wednesday via satellite during the...