As July Fourth approaches, federal regulators are warning people to use fireworks safely, as a new report shows that fireworks-related injuries have been increasing.
Georgia's governor is extending the suspension of the state's motor fuel tax through mid-August. Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday signed an executive order extending the suspension for a second time.
The ability to know your HIV status only takes minutes, which should mean good things for preventing new infections.
On this week's episode, we look at Georgia’s role in understanding the leadup to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
Delta's CEO is apologizing to travelers for delays and cancellations.
Atlanta officials and law enforcement are urging travelers to leave their firearms at home.
A third Georgia child has died this year from being left in a hot car.
New population estimates out today include information on age, race, and ethnicity in American counties and cities for the period up to July 2021.
Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year's wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia's Black Sea blockade of exports.
City officials unveiled new rules for day-trippers that go into effect on Jan. 16. It's part of a bid to better manage visitors who often far outnumber residents in the historic center.
July 1 starts a new fiscal year for the state of Georgia, bringing in a new budget and the effective date of laws passed earlier in the year, including many that will affect how Georgia public school students learn.
Abortion is still legal in Georgia up until 20 weeks into a pregnancy, But future court rulings on a 2019 law could drastically limit access.
Most new laws traditionally take effect in Georgia on July 1. But this year, many of the most important measures became law as soon as Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed them. Top measures beginning Friday include a raft of conservative-inspired school legislation, and an increase in lawmaker pensions.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Will Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony at the January 6th Hearings have any effect on voters this November? Plus, the AP reports that a million voters have switched to the Republican Party. Meanwhile, more DAs say they will not enforce laws that restrict abortions.
Compared to last week’s total, cases of COVID-19 in Georgia are up 14%, deaths are up 79%, and ICU admissions are up 69%. Nationwide, cases are high and mitigation efforts such as masking on planes are no longer enforced.
COVID vaccines for kids under age 5 were approved last week in a major development to tackle the pandemic. Health experts are telling parents to contact their pediatricians for a shot. But for many, that’s not an option.
NPR talks to Claire Hannan, who has helped navigate vaccine rollouts in all 50 states, about some of the challenges involved in quickly getting shots out to millions of young kids.
Brook's work ranged from classical star-studded productions to radical experiments in theater. He reinvented King Lear and explored the fragility of civilization in the film Lord of the Flies.
Composer Deborah Wicks La Puma has written music for Mo Willems' famous Pigeon, Elephant and Piggie - and now for Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed on HBO Max.
An official with the Palestinian Authority tells NPR an agreement was reached to share the bullet with the U.S.
The largest city in the U.S. ranks 93rd in access to public restrooms. But a new effort "will allow those New Yorkers with the dignity of a place to go," Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine says.
Thousands of residents in Sydney suburbs were told to evacuate their homes on Sunday after heavy rains caused floodwaters to rise and rivers to overflow.
Many forest ecologists say the U.S. Forest Service is hampered by an outdated approach to prescribed fires, a key tool for reducing the threat of megafires made worse by climate change.