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A state judge has rejected a challenge to a new Georgia law creating a commission that could remove elected state prosecutors.
Pandemic-era funding for child care is set to expire tomorrow. The funding lapse isn't related to the looming government shutdown.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen paid a visit to the Port of Savannah today. She promoted President Biden's economic agenda.
Thousands of people have sent in tributes to the Carter Center ahead of Jimmy Carter's 99th birthday on Sunday.
Two of the 19 people indicted as part of a sweeping election interference racketeering case have a hearing in Fulton County Friday ahead of a trial scheduled for October 23.
Georgia environmental advocates are asking federal regulators to step in and manage coal ash here as stringently as in Alabama.
Delta Air Lines is rethinking changes it recently announced in its frequent-flyer program.
The union representing federal employees is demanding that Congress act to prevent a possible government shutdown this weekend.
The Braves once again came from behind to beat the Chicago Cubs in extra innings Wednesday night 6-5.
Two of the 19 people indicted as part of the Georgia election interference case have a hearing in Atlanta's Fulton County tomorrow.
Officials in Baldwin County have approved a new ambulance provider, weeks after their current one announced they're pulling out.
Officials at Georgia food banks are worried about a possible government shutdown.
A federal judge in Atlanta is allowing a venture capital firm to continue offering a grant program only to Black women entrepreneurs.
Today is HIV awareness day.