President Donald Trump on Thursday issued another withering broadside against Gov. Brian Kemp, calling on the governor to “immediately” act on Georgia’s election results and claiming that by doing so the president “would quickly and easily win the state.”
Changes are coming to the way Georgians access health care. But for 2021, anyone without insurance can still find a plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Open enrollment is available through Dec. 15 from healthcare.gov.
Conspiracy theorists falsely claimed that a video of an election worker during the Georgia machine recount revealed fraud in the 2020 election. All it showed was an election worker performing a routine part of the process, according to election officials.
The firing of a leading Black researcher on the ethics of artificial intelligence is reigniting debate over Google's treatment of employees who speak out, particularly women and people of color.
Winter resorts across the country have spent months developing their plans for the new ski season. They require masks and distancing, and many have people reserve their time on the slopes.
Some Georgia Republicans have continued the president's crusade to seek to have the state's election results overturned following Trump's White House loss to Democrat Joe Biden.
Thursday on Political Rewind: A conversation with author Larry Tye about the history of demagoguery and the presidency.
As President Donald Trump continues to spin out conspiracy theories about a fraudulent election to inspire outrage among his supporters, Tye reminds us Americans have long had a love affair with bullies in his new book.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The big names in Republican party politics are planning to visit Georgia to help rally supporters in the lead up to the state’s crucial congressional races on the ballot in the Jan. 5 primary. Meanwhile, divisions in the state Republican party remain stark with six weeks before the runoff.
As the state prepares for two U.S. Senate runoff elections, most voters must take additional steps to obtain an absentee ballot this time.
Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections chairman Mike Kaplan wants voters to understand that absentee ballots are not being sent automatically.
The arts advocacy group Americans for the Arts responded to criticism that it's been a roadblock to inclusion by agreeing its efforts "have not been enough."
The actors and their supporters say that the union is dropping nearly 12,000 people — many over the age of 65 — from its health care plan at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing fell dramatically between spring and fall and the gap between Democrats and Republicans widened. But both ends of the political spectrum agree on some measures to fight COVID-19.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said the restrictions will likely go into effect "in the next day or two" in places with less than 15% ICU availability, and remain in effect for at least three weeks.
His comments came even as the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a federal district court to reexamine its previous support for restrictions on indoor religious services in California.