U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., is urging the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to slow down its review of a plan to build a commercial spaceport in southeastern Georgia. In a letter to the federal agency dated Monday, Warnock raised concerns about the FAA’s review of the environmental impacts of the proposed Spaceport Camden.
As the final days of the school year wrap up, the summer brings along more challenges in tackling food insecurity faced by hundreds of thousands of Georgia children and teens.
The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture says the American Families Plan includes billions in funding for agriculture and that will help farmers, including those in Georgia.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms shocked many people around metro Atlanta as well as political junkies across the country when she announced last week she will not be running for reelection. She has said that this is coming from a place of strength and not weakness. But her critics have said that what she calls a “COVID Crime Wave” and her handling of the firing of Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, who shot Rayshard Brooks last summer, has made her vulnerable if she had chosen to run. We look at some issues Bottoms faced during her tenure as the mayor of Atlanta with CNN national correspondent Ryan Young.
The city's fire department will oversee the pilot project that aims to pair an EMT with someone with lived experience in the mental health, addiction, criminal justice or homeless services systems.
The company has reached out to a number of researchers in recent months, though those same researchers are skeptical about the company's motivations.
Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan announced Monday he will not seek reelection to another term as Georgia’s second-highest state elected official, opening the door for a fierce 2022 campaign between Republicans and Democrats vying to replace him.
Six months after former President Donald Trump lost Georgia and the White House, state Republicans are galvanizing around a core belief that the election was stolen — with seemingly little tolerance for those who disagree.
Monday on Political Rewind: Federal unemployment benefits helped buoy Georgians through a difficult year of economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Gov. Brian Kemp and several Republican lawmakers across the country are moving towards ending the weekly checks for the unemployed in their respective states.
Friday on Political Rewind: A new documentary by two Georgia-born filmmakers, brothers Will and Jim Pattiz make the case that Carter was a visionary who promoted policies far ahead of their time; on racial justice, world peace, sustainable energy and much more.
Last year, as Georgia endured the strain of COVID-19, a blue-ribbon commission quietly held regular meetings about how to improve mental health services in the state. The panel issued its report in January, just as the state Legislature convened for its annual session. Yet nothing came of the panel’s recommendations.
Researchers with Emory University say most people who had COVID-19 or who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine now have protective immunity against a new variant first found in India.
Ages 12 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the FDA and the CDC say. But when and where, and what about younger kids? You have questions. We have answers.
Punch Me Up To The Gods opens with Brian Broome's father beating him when he was 10. The blows by his father were meant to pound manliness into him — to be the "toughest guy in the room."
In 1989, five kids were falsely accused of the brutal rape of a Central Park jogger. Yusef Salaam writes about systemic racism — and how his family and faith got him through seven years in prison.
In this morning's headlines, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture says the American Families Plan includes billions in funding for agriculture and that will help farmers, including those in Georgia.
The Florida Democrat was on President Biden's short list for a running mate in the 2020 presidential election. Demings, a former Orlando police chief, was first elected to the House in 2016.
Researchers say the herd immunity threshold isn't the right finish line to end the pandemic. Instead, the public should just focus on getting as many people vaccinated as possible.
A new study looks at the effects of government-funded preschool in Boston and finds big benefits for kids.
A forthcoming report says DHS officials had the intelligence they needed to predict that the pro-Trump rally would become violent. What was missing was DHS telling the people who needed to know.