Wednesday on Political Rewind, the latest pandemic and election 2020 news in Georgia.
The Trump campaign is running new television spots in the Peach State but the focus is on the economy, and not the law and order message the President has pushed in recent weeks.
And can the CDC continue to do their work well despite the distractions of politics?
Thursday on Political Rewind, a look at Georgia’s top races with just eight weeks left before the November election.
While Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is polling strongly across the country and in Georgia, President Donald Trump maintains a solid lead in Georgia, according to recent polling. Biden recently invested in more staff here, hiring 10 new workers.
Thursday on Political Rewind, an encore presentation of our interview with historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin. As the 2020 presidential race continues to dominate headlines, our conversation on presidential leadership is as important as ever.
Goodwin said that while she began researching her book long before Donald Trump appeared on the political landscape, her book has great relevance today.
Some 70% of those arrested in weekend unrest came from outside the District, police say. Bowser says the U.S. attorney's office has failed to prosecute those who have been arrested in violence.
Tuesday on Political Rewind, a look back at the first day of the Republican National Convention.
Two Georgians saw featured speaking roles; controversial Democratic State Rep. Vernon Jones and former athlete Herschel Walker.
What does the last night’s programming tell us about Republican strategy?
Monday on Political Rewind, the Republican National Convention begins this week, and promises to be a convention that breaks the traditional mold. President Donald Trump is scheduled to give a speech every night, rather than the usual final night acceptance speech.
The first order of business today will be the roll call of the states. President Trump will then become the official GOP nominee.
Jean Guerrero tells NPR she became fascinated, when reporting from the border, with how a descendant of Jewish refugees ended up as the person crafting Donald Trump's "harshest rhetoric and policies."
Days after Falwell receives criticism for posting a photo online that showed him with his pants unzipped alongside a woman who is not his wife, Liberty University says he is stepping aside.
Cohen returned to prison this month after he was released in May over coronavirus concerns. A judge finds his return to prison was in retaliation for plans to publish a book about the president.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, a look at the politics of the moment with a panel of insiders and experts.
State Sen. Nikema Williams was chosen by top Georgia Democrats to replace the late Rep. John Lewis on the ballot for his congressional seat. And shifting public approval on the coronavirus response from state governors. Until now, governors received high marks from the public, but recent polling shows those numbers are changing.
With an Atlanta-area UPS hub as the backdrop, President Donald Trump rolled out his infrastructure plan to improve roads, bridges, tunnels and highways on Wednesday.
The president's decision to grant clemency to his longtime confidant drew vehement criticism from Democratic lawmakers. Republicans largely kept silent, with one notable exception: Sen. Mitt Romney.
President Trump derided the mural plan last week, saying it would be "denigrating this luxury Avenue" and antagonize the city's police as "a symbol of hate."
Vindman is retiring "after it has been made clear that his future within the institution he has dutifully served will forever be limited," his lawyer said Wednesday.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday invited President Donald Trump to host this summer’s Republican National Convention in Georgia. The invitation comes after...