With climate a major issue in two Senate runoff elections, the state’s voters need look no further than coastal Brunswick for potential risks.
Georgia is taking center stage in the American political theater, closing out a year that began with Iowans basking in their familiar role as the focus of intense media saturation and front porch candidate campaign pitches.
Georgia doesn’t typically dominate the national political spotlight, since the GOP has a long statewide win streak that makes results predictable and the timing of its elections tend to water down the stakes in the grand scheme.
The biotech company has new data reinforcing that its COVID-19 inoculation is safe and effective. Moderna is submitting an application to the FDA requesting emergency use authorization.
If President Trump succeeds, it will be the first time unauthorized immigrants will not be counted for purposes of drawing new congressional districts.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison had asked for an apology; instead, a Chinese government representative excoriated Australia for its troops' alleged brutality in Afghanistan.
With President Donald Trump dumping on Gov. Brian Kemp as “hapless” and saying he’s now “ashamed” he endorsed Kemp, GPB News looked back at happier times between the two Republicans.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Advertising spending on Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoff elections is reaching mind-boggling heights, and Georgia Republicans are growing more concerned about baseless claims of election malfeasance.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, Georgia's secretary of state discusses his fight against voting misinformation in the weeks since the presidential election.
Georgia's 159 counties will tabulate 5 million ballots cast in the presidential race for the third time in as many weeks, undertaking a machine recount with a deadline of Dec. 2.
Georgia pecan growers looked up in their trees earlier this year and liked what they saw: a bounty of young nuts flourishing among the branches.
After a run of hard years, the quality and volume of the favorite holiday nut would not disappoint. The same, however, cannot be said for the prices.
Linda Holmes and Glen Weldon from NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour talk about their favorite 2020 holiday TV specials.
Audiences heard James Earl Jones' voice as the iconic Star Wars villain, but it was Prowse behind Darth Vader's mask.
Conservative Newsmax TV has enjoyed a sharp burst in ratings as President Trump has urged his fans to turn away from Fox News.
Avril Haines, the first women nominated to the top intelligence post, took a strange path to this job. She studied judo in Japan, physics in college, and rebuilt a plane that she later crash-landed.
Even as European Union leaders welcome more cordial U.S. relations, the trans-Atlantic partnership faces the tough test of handling China's expansion.