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NPR Special Coverage and Analysis: Senate Impeachment Trial

GPB will carry NPR's live coverage of the Senate impeachment trial, scheduled to begin Tuesday at 12 p.m., with the first item of business being to establish the Senate's rules for the trial. Listen on the GPB Radio Network and watch live-streaming coverage of the day's proceedings at

January 21, 2020

Political Rewind: New Polling Takes Temperature On Impeachment Favor Among Georgians

New polling from The AJC and CNN checks on Georgia and national opinions.

January 21, 2020

1st Case Of New Coronavirus Detected In U.S.

A man from Washington state who returned home after a trip to Wuhan, China, on Jan. 15 is now in isolation.

January 21, 2020

Agency Gets $166,000 Grant To Buy Child Car Seats

Car seats will be distributed among 107 counties using money awarded from the Child Passenger Safety Mini Grant program.

January 21, 2020

Join Us on a Tour of England!

GPB will host you for seven days as we visit Highclere Castle, Bath, Cornwall, Windsor Castle and so much more. Click to learn more.

January 21, 2020

Glenn Greenwald Accused By Brazilian Prosecutors In Hacking Probe

Federal prosecutors in Brazil are accusing U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald of criminal association over his role in spreading hacked messages from Brazilian officials' phones that suggest collusion between a judge and prosecutors in the conviction and jailing of a former president. Greenwald published the allegations in the online publication The Intercept, which he co-founded, and The Intercept Brasil. He decried the accusation released Tuesday as an "obvious attempt to attack a free press in retaliation for the revelations we reported." "We're going to defend a free press like we always have, we're not going to be intimidated by the Bolsonaro government," Greenwald stated, referring to Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro. As NPR's Philip Reeves reports from Rio de Janeiro, a judge will decide whether the case against Greenwald can move forward. Prosecutors from the Federal Public Ministry accused Greenwald and six others in a criminal complaint . They say in a statement that
January 21, 2020

Ousted Female Chief Files Discrimination Complaint Against The Grammys

In the latest chapter of palace intrigue at the Grammy Awards, its short-lived president and CEO Deborah Dugan — the organization's first female chief executive — announced Tuesday afternoon she is filing a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) against the Recording Academy, the organization that gives out the Grammys. Dugan's dismissal became public last Thursday, just ten days before this year's Grammy Awards telecast, which will take place on Sunday. She was announced as the organization's leader last May, and took up her post in August. As recently as last month, Dugan was giving interviews in which she promised "a major restructuring" of the Grammys. The pledged changes included meeting concrete, measurable goals meant to add greater gender and racial diversity to the awards process, and to ensure voting and membership transparency across the awards, and the Academy. In a statement issued Tuesday afternoon, her attorneys Douglas H. Wigdor
January 21, 2020

Dozens Of Indians, Mostly Muslims, Have Been Killed By Police During Recent Protests

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January 21, 2020

Impeachment Trial Begins With Procedural Debate Divided By Party Lines

When the Senate impeachment trial began Tuesday, Democrats and Republicans sparred over the rules that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced for how the process would work.
January 21, 2020

What Day 1 Of Impeachment Sounded Like

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January 21, 2020

GPB News Round-Up - Friday, January 17, 2020

Eating disorders are not only becoming more common they are also affecting kids as young as 5, according to doctors at Georgia’s first all ages in-patient treatment center.

January 17, 2020

What's New Next Week? January 16, 2020

Next week, an unlikely crimefighting duo forms during a turbulent time in European history and a team of experts comes together to help baby boomers fight clutter.

January 16, 2020
Education Matters

Four Georgia Students Among Top 300 Finalists In Prestigious Science And Math Competition

Regeneron Science Talent Search awards each student and school $2,000 for exemplary work in science and math.

January 15, 2020

GPB News Round-Up - Friday, January 10, 2020

Next month, the University of Georgia's College of Education will bear the name of a trailblazer. Mary Frances Early’s name will grace UGA’s College of Education starting in February. Read more...

January 10, 2020

What's New Next Week? January 9, 2020

Next week, Masterpiece returns with two new lush period dramas, we follow a world renowned explorer into the hidden corners of the globe and much more.

January 9, 2020

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Four Georgia Students Among Top 300 Finalists In Prestigious Science And Math Competition

Regeneron Science Talent Search awards each student and school $2,000 for exemplary work in science and math.

January 15, 2020

Keys To Leo Frank's Prison Cell Discovered By UNG Student

Newly identified keys help unlock the true story of Leo Frank’s 1915 lynching for the murder of Mary Phagan.

January 8, 2020

GPB's 2020 Writers Contest For Kids In K-3 Kicks Off January 13

GPB invites students in kindergarten through 3rd grade to create a great story, illustrate it and enter it in our PBS KIDS Writers Contest.

January 6, 2020

Education Spotlight

Virtual and Augmented Reality

GPB Education continues to innovate with our latest VR/AR initiative. This whole new level of immersive learning allows students to be transported to locations all over Georgia without ever...

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