Attorneys for Bruno Cua, 18, say that before the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, he was an impressionable kid who loved fishing and building treehouses. But prosecutors see a young man intent on violence.
White House principal deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre spoke to GPB News' Sarah Rose on Friday about the proposed American Rescue Plan set forth by the Biden administration, currently making its way through Congress.
House Democrats threatening to pull support for a legislation that would allow online sports betting in Georgia in response to the flurry of election and voting bills proposed by Republicans.
Former U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s days as owner of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream basketball team are over.
Two Middle Georgia health systems have called off their proposed combination, saying the COVID pandemic played a major role in the breakup.
The tension between Georgia voter access and GOP lawmakers’ efforts to defuse perceptions of election irregularities last year continued to build Thursday as protesters, Democrats and civil rights groups denounced Republican legislation intended to restrict access to the ballot box.
Today on Political Rewind: Democrats and voting rights groups are mounting a furious counterattack to legislation designed to restrict early and absentee voting in Georgia. Also, Georgia teachers will soon be able to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Yesterday, Gov. Brian Kemp announced his plan to expand the circle of Georgians eligible for shots to include educators and school staff starting early in March.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee are discussing on Friday the newest vaccine against COVID-19 for emergency use authorization.
Georgia teachers, school staff and other vulnerable groups will be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations starting March 8, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday promising relief for desperate educators who had taken to crossing state lines to get shots.
Historical records from a Birmingham, Ala., jail containing 12 rare autographs of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. sold at auction for more than $130,000.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday announced that, effective March 8, all educators and school staff of both public and private schools are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Georgia. This, however, does not include college professors.
The Georgia State Senate unanimously passed legislation to make easier the path to get off probation.
Nearly 80 bills and resolutions have been filed in the Georgia legislature that would change the way Georgians vote, including two omnibus measures working their way through the chambers. What would voting look like if these proposals were approved?
“Defund the police” became a rallying cry at protests in the wake of last summer’s wave of killings of Black people at the hands of law enforcement, and Republican lawmakers are pressing ahead with a new bill intended to stop that cry from becoming reality in communities across Georgia.
An omnibus voting bill filed in the Georgia Senate this week that proposed ending no-excuse absentee voting could be pared down after outcry from voting rights groups and concern from Democrats and some Republicans.