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At Atlanta Appearance, Biden Says He's Unsure If He'll Run For President

Vice President Joe Biden says he is unsure whether he will seek the presidency and his decision will depend on whether he and his family have the "emotional energy to run."
Senator Johnny Isakson.

A Busy Year for Senator Johnny Isakson

Earlier this summer, Sen. Johnny Isakson announced he has Parkinson’s disease. In the days since, he says he’s seen an outpouring of support.

Rep. Allen Peake Says He Had An Ashley Madison Account

State Rep. Allen Peake (R-Macon) said his name was among the 37 million to show up in a hack of the adult website, Ashley Madison. Peake shared the news in email, subject line “Tough News," sent to friends and supporters Sunday night.

Jimmy Carter Shows Faith And Humor As He Talks About Cancer Diagnosis

Former President Jimmy Carter says he’s going to take a step back from his role at the Carter Center as he gets treated for melanoma – which has spread to his brain.

Sam Massell On How Buckhead Got Its Name

President of the Buckhead Coalition Sam Massell tells the history and the present status of Buckhead.

Jimmy Carter Says He Has Cancer

Former President Jimmy Carter says he has cancer and will undergo treatment at Emory Hospital in Atlanta. Carter announced the diagnosis in a statement from the Carter Center on Wednesday afternoon.

Jeb Bush: 'Outrageous' Trump Comments Hurt GOP

Billionaire Donald Trump was front and center at this weekend's RedState Gathering in Atlanta...even though he wasn't there. Trump was dropped from the gathering of Republican presidential candidates, over controversial remarks he made about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

Georgia Primary Voters Back Trump, Clinton In Early Polls

Two new polls show Donald Trump has the most support among Republican primary voters in Georgia, while Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic field.

Confederate Statue Will Stay In Front Of Statesboro Courthouse

Leaders in Statesboro have decided to leave a statue of a Confederate soldier on the county courthouse square, where it has been since 1909.

Gov. Deal: Stone Mountain Debate 'Not Useful'

Gov. Nathan Deal says the debate over the image of Confederate generals at Stone Mountain is "not useful."