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Burrell Ellis

Retrial Date Set For Suspended DeKalb County CEO

Burrell Ellis is scheduled to appear in court again June 1, according to an order filed by a Superior Court Judge.

Gov. Nathan Deal at Ga Day of Code

Deal, State Officials Commit To Improving Georgia's Ability To Fill High-Demand Jobs

State leaders say they are working to improve Georgia's talent pool in response to concerns from companies all over the state.

Kennesaw City Hall

Kennesaw City Council To Reconsider Rejection Of Mall Mosque Request

The Kennesaw City Council is scheduled to discuss whether to reconsider an application for a mosque in a shopping center.

Brazil's Tearful President Praises Report On Abuses Of A Dictatorship

The 2,000-page document bring to light a history of torture, executions and disappearances during the 1964-1985 military dictatorship. An amnesty law means no one has been punished for their role.

After Raid On Its Servers In Sweden, Pirate Bay Goes Offline

Pirate Bay is one of the world's largest file-sharing sites. In the past, it has been targeted by authorities around the world.

Making The Human Condition Computable

Technological advances are make it easier for you and your doctor to track your health and to find treatments for complex diseases. But the technology may prove costly and there are privacy pitfalls.

Debate: Should We Genetically Modify Food?

Many crops we eat today are the product of genetic modifications that happen in a lab, not in nature. Scientists and consumers are divided how cautious we need to be about these foods.

Uber's Troubles Mount Even As Its Value Grows

The attorneys general of San Francisco and Los Angeles counties are accusing the ride-sharing service of misrepresenting its background checks on drivers. It comes amid a rash of bad news for Uber.

Nick Denton Steps Down As Gawker's President

But he will remain CEO of the media company that he built, and be part of a seven-member managing partnership. He said he wanted to spend more time blogging.

A Crowd Of Scientists Finds A Better Way To Predict Seizures

The winners of an online competition identified electrical patterns in the brain that often precede a seizure. The victors included a mathematician and an engineer, but no doctor.