Atlanta’s controversial police training center is a step closer to becoming a reality, but some council members are pushing for additional plans.
Grammy-winning duo OutKast adds another to its list of honors: a tribute at an Atlanta Braves game.
Prosecutors in Georgia say they're dismissing the murder and child cruelty charges against a man whose toddler died in a hot car nine years ago. Justin Ross Harris was convicted in 2016 on eight counts including malice murder in the death of his 22-month-old son, Cooper.
On this special episode, we take stock of the state of elections in Georgia, roughly one year before the presidential race begins in earnest.
GOP legislator wants counties to pay
Hip-hop has been many things in its half century of existence, and "suitable for children" probably isn't what immediately comes to mind. But one book challenges that perception.
The leaders' breakthrough comes after weeks of negotiations and a series of on-and-off talks. The U.S. is set to run out of money to pay its loans next month Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling.
Three people were killed and five were wounded in a shooting at an annual motorcycle rally in a New Mexico town late Saturday afternoon, the mayor said.
Friday on Political Rewind: The GOP field grows as Tim Scott and Ron DeSantis announce their campaigns for the White House. Meanwhile, President Biden leads in a new CNN poll, but his approval numbers continue to drop. And the Supreme Court strikes a blow to the EPA with its ruling on the Clean Water Act.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Host Bill Nigut welcomes Emory's Paul Root Wolpe to the panel. They discuss concerns about AI releasing deep fakes, misinformation, and lies during the 2024 election cycle.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We turn inward and look at how journalists can cover the 2024 elections responsibly. We also talk about Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' plan to announce his presidential run with Twitter's CEO Elon Musk.
The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine graduated its inaugural class of physicians from its campus in South Georgia Thursday afternoon.
Years before the Bamberg County Hospital closed in 2012, and the next-closest hospital in neighboring Barnwell shut its doors in 2016, those facilities had stopped delivering babies.
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock’s push to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs at $35 per month yielded pocketbook protection for seniors in last year’s Inflation Reduction Act.
Cooking meat for a long time over relatively low temps can transform a tough cut. Who thought it up? And what's the chemical magic? You might be surprised by the origins.
George Michael Todd — a generous, "gentle giant" — died of sudden cardiac death. He served in Afghanistan and returned home with PTSD. In 2017 he released an album called Combat Medicine.
There was something revelatory about the way the HBO show Somebody Somewhere gently hold the spiritual identity of one of its characters. It wasn't a punchline.
To prevent flooding, communities often raise levees next to rivers higher and higher. Now, a new approach is about backing off, moving levees away from rivers to create floodplains.
In 2004, a U.S. general told the family of an Iraqi interpreter that insurgents killed their brother. The truth was more painful: He was mistakenly killed by Americans he had risked his life to help.
The Biden campaign plans to try to turn North Carolina blue in 2024. A Democratic candidate hasn't done that since 2008, but a win there would make it easier for Biden in the Electoral College.
As part of an annual effort, the General Services Administration is offloading six lighthouses this year to eligible groups that promise to maintain them. The rest will be auctioned off to the public.