The revamped regulations could give stronger protection to some 2,700 species protected under the act. There are dozens of candidates in some states—75 in Georgia, including the red-cockaded woodpecker, the eastern indigo snake and the gopher tortoise.
For Prince Harry's first Father's Day, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, got him a bench — and wrote a poem about the moments she hoped her husband and their son would share together there.
Eight of the children were traveling in a van belonging to a youth ranch operated by the Alabama Sheriffs Association for abused or neglected children. A 9-month-old baby died in a separate vehicle.
Public trust is a priority for LaGrange Police Chief Lou Dekmar. Though chief since 1995, Dekmar is evolving and adapting his force to an era where police are social workers with guns. This week on Georgia Today we listen to some of his bold initiatives on policing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is awarding a $500,000 grant to help reduce vaccine hesitancy in the city of Clarkston.
The star New York Times reporter's bid for a tenured professorship has run aground on racial politics and an approach to journalism that runs counter to the donor whose name adorns the school.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced this month he would travel to space. Shortly afterward, a petition began circulating asking that he not come back.
Gov. Brian Kemp appointed two Black women Thursday to head Georgia’s revenue and technology agencies, the first to hold those posts in the state’s history.
Friday on Political Rewind: Deep political and theological divides among leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention are on vivid display during the SBC’s annual meeting in Nashville this week. Also, for the third time the Supreme Court has turned back an effort to end Obamacare in a lawsuit brought by Georgia’s Chris Carr and other GOP state attorneys general. Is the Affordable Care Act finally finished as a wedge political issue?
A pair of reports posted by pro-Trump media outlets falsely claim Fulton County is missing documentation and ballots from November's election, the latest attacks on Georgia's voting process by those who refuse to accept the results.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The bill to establish Juneteenth as a federal holiday now awaits President Joe Biden’s signature. After Biden's signature, June 19th will officially become a federally recognized holiday commemorating the emancipation of slaves in the United States.
Cities are leaving rural areas behind in the race to vaccinate against COVID-19, but some states' suburbs are struggling, too. To close the gap experts say, outreach needs to be hyperlocal.
More than two dozen states have reduced how frequently they report what's happening with the pandemic, raising alarm among some public health experts.
President Biden pledged the U.S. will donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine globally. "Our values call on us to do everything that we can to vaccinate the world against COVID-19," he said.
Ibram X. Kendi has been reading a lot of books about "the human rainbow" to his daughter — so we asked him to recommend some books kids can read to gain a better understanding of race in America.
The 90-foot carving on the side of Stone Mountain in Georgia is the largest Confederate monument in the world. As the U.S. undergoes racial reckoning, the monument's future remains in doubt.
A surge in imports is overwhelming transportation networks and testing supply chains, making life hard for small business owners.
The White House wants to fight climate change in ways that also remove economic and racial disparities. The city of Cleveland has a plan that describes what that might mean.
Up to 10,000 domestic fans will be allowed at events, or 50% of the venue's capacity, whichever is less, Olympics organizers said Monday.
Cases remain low in Spain, Germany and France, but health ministers there say the fast spread of the Delta coronavirus strain elsewhere shows a serious threat.