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Ebola, Schmebola You Still Have To Look Good!

Liberians aren't letting a brutal epidemic put a crimp in their amazing sense of fashion. The streets are still full of stylish folks, because as the local saying goes, "Looking good is business."

Congress Clashes Over Release Of CIA Torture Report

Senate Democrats plan to release a long-withheld torture report this week, but the State Department wants more delay because of feared repercussions both at home and overseas.

Bay Area Protests Turn Violent For Second Night In A Row

Demonstrators vandalized businesses and blocked traffic on a freeway. The protests came in the wake of police killings in Missouri and New York.

Despite Decline, Elective Early Births Remain A Medicaid Problem

The rate for early elective delivery for women covered by Medicaid has fallen since 2007. Still, the early births remain common and are a potential source of health trouble for mothers and babies.

Robert Wayne Hosley

Clemency Hearing To Be Held For Death Row Inmate

The clemency hearing for Robert Wayne Holsey is set for Monday.


REPORT: November One Of Coldest Months For The State

A University of Georgia climate expert says last month turned out to be one of the five coldest Novembers on record for much of the state.

Their Senate, Their Rules: GOP May Allow Blocking Of Nominees Again

A year after Democratic senators invoked a "nuclear option" to stop GOP filibusters of confirmation votes, Republicans are debating whether to switch back. Some say they're sick of the fighting.

Female Butchers Are Slicing Through The Meat World's Glass Ceiling

The meat industry traditionally has been a male-dominated field. But as demand for local meat grows, that's made more room for women to carve out ownership roles in the business.

Eric Garner case Atlanta protest.

PHOTOS: Weekend Protests In Atlanta, Other Cities Disrupt Traffic

Protesters laid down in an overpass on the bridge's sidewalk as traffic whizzed by and remained silent for 15 ½ minutes.

Fringe No More: 'Ancient Grains' Will Soon Be A Cheerios Variety

General Mills helped define the industrial era of American breakfasting with its ringlets of processed oats. Soon, it'll put out a version with "ancient grains," which aren't, actually, very ancient.