Seventeen states, including Georgia, have banned or further restricted abortion access in the 100 days since the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Stakeholders met at the White House Tuesday to hear testimony from physicians about the aftermath.
The federal department of education is granting $9.6 million to a partnership between five Georgia school systems and Mercer University’s Tift College of Education. The aim of the partnership is luring mid-career people to teaching.
Industrial facilities released more than 5 million pounds of toxic chemicals into Georgia’s waterways in 2020, putting Georgia in 13th place nationwide, according to a new report released by Environment Georgia.
On this week's episode, we look at the good, the bad and the statistically significant parts of polling Georgia's governor and U.S. Senate races
From as far west as California to as far east as Maine, the Bananas are gearing up for a full slate of exhibition-style games in 2023.
Industrial facilities dumped more than five million pounds of toxic chemicals into Georgia's waterways in 2020.
Seventeen states, including Georgia, have banned or restricted abortion access in the since Roe vs. Wade was overturned.
The board of elections in Metro Atlanta's Gwinnett County has rejected about 5,000 voter eligibility challenges.
Seven Russian rockets slammed into residential buildings in Zaporizhzhia early Thursday, killing two people in the city close to Europe's biggest nuclear power plant, the governor of the region said.
A baby girl, her parents and uncle were found dead in a central California orchard two days after they were kidnapped at gunpoint from their business, police said.
On this week's episode, we take a deep dive into Georgia's 2nd Congressional District race and its potential effect on the midterm election.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A new report from Politico claims that Herschel Walker's team knew about the abortion allegation for months. But as his team hopes to recover, Walker is getting different responses from Georgia's top Republicans and nationally.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp sharply accelerated his fundraising over the summer, taking in $28.7 million in a three-month period. U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock reported raising $26.3 million in the quarter ended Sept. 30. He’s now raised about $90 million for his reelection campaign.
The chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee is standing behind the Georgia U.S. Senate candidate following a report alleging that Walker paid for his girlfriend's abortion in 2009.
Researchers say diseases that spread between humans and animals will become increasingly commonplace as human expansion into previously uninhabited areas intensifies.
Some epidemiologists say the upcoming flu season is a bit of uncharted territory with respect to its expected intensity. That’s because, over the last two years, people have been wearing masks to avoid catching COVID-19, which also dramatically slowed transmission of influenza viruses.
This week’s Medical Minute discusses a simple and safe way investigators have discovered to dramatically reduce the severity of COVID-19 infection.
While The Great British Bake Off is beloved by many, the show's latest "Mexican Week" episode has left a sour taste in many viewer's mouths.
YA phenom Adam Silvera has a new novel out Oct. 4. It's a prequel to his blockbuster They Both Die At the End, which is still on The New York Times bestsellers list after more than two years.
The Fifth Circuit said a federal district judge in Texas should take another look at the program following the revisions adopted by the Biden administration, leaving the future of DACA up in the air.
With midterm elections coming up in November, it's time to dismantle the "Latino voter" myth once and for all.
Supporters say Leila de Lima is a human rights defender still paying the price for speaking out against the abuses of the former president's drug war.
Bronzeville, a neighborhood of Chicago, was the epicenter of a Black renaissance before it fell on hard times. Now, it's booming again. Here's the story of its incredible turnaround.
The Biden administration is increasing efforts to protect borrowers from student loan forgiveness scams, while still not offering further details about the application itself.