Este verano ha sido sorprendentemente caliente. ¿Qué significa eso para las personas que sacan nuestra basura, limpian nuestro patio, entregan nuestro correo o recogen la comida que comemos? En una historia contada en colaboración con periodistas de TIME, Sofi Gratas de GPB explora lo que algunos empleadores están haciendo para mitigar el daño que el calor puede causar a los muchos trabajadores esenciales que no pueden escapar del calor peligroso.
This summer has been shockingly hot. What does that mean for the people who take out our trash, clean our yard, deliver our mail or pick the food we eat? In a story told in collaboration with reporters from TIME, GPB’s Sofi Gratas explores what some employers are doing to mitigate the damage heat can cause to the many essential workers who can't escape hazardous heat.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A Fulton County judge holds a hearing that will decide if findings from a special grand jury investigating Trump's election interference will be made public. Plus a new poll shows how Georgians feel about major issues this legislative session.
GPB's Peter Biello speaks with David Peisner, who has been writing about the movement to protect the South River Forest, about Manuel Teran, the 26-year-old activist who was shot and killed by police last week.
The pandemic forced Wall Street dealmaking into the digital age, but many bankers want to get back to the way things were — and that includes traveling again.
Kyanna Simone Simpson shows no signs of stopping. The Decatur native and University of Georgia student 's first Netflix series, Chambers , was just...