A judge has sentenced a New York man to serve three months in prison for making threatening phone calls to Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. R-Rome, is proving to be the most prolific campaign fundraiser by far among Georgia’s congressional delegation.
Friday on Political Rewind: Former President Donald Trump's presence at the state GOP convention highlights the rift between Gov. Brian Kemp's supporters and MAGA Republicans. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene launched a campaign to impeach President Biden and other administration officials. Also: the latest on "Cop City" protests.
Monday on Political Rewind: GOP-controlled legislatures in Nebraska and South Carolina rejected strict abortion bills, a potential sign that Republicans are concerned their candidates will pay a price in 2024. Meanwhile, a bipartisan super PAC is airing commercials blasting far-right politicians, including MTG.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: It’s official: President Biden is running again in 2024, and he sees Georgia as a key state for his campaign strategy. But polls show voters don’t want him or Donald Trump to run again.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: While Donald Trump was being arraigned, Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene was forced away from a rally she planned to lead. The former president would later address the public from his Mar-a-Lago home.
Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp vetoes his first bill of the year.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Donald Trump appears in court today, his most visible ally is Georgia's Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who will be in New York to protest. Plus, the outcome in Wisconsin's Supreme Court election could forecast what to expect in 2024's presidential election.
Monday on Political Rewind: The Legislature's outcomes are still front of mind for Georgians. Chancellor Sonny Perdue decried a cut to the University System and mental health advocates mourn a failed expansion. Plus, CBS' 60 Minutes is under fire for an interview with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Friday on Political Rewind: The New York grand jury indictment of former president Donald Trump shook up legal and political circles across the country. While Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene responded quickly, Gov. Brian Kemp has remained silent on the unprecedented charges.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Tributes continue to pour in as former President Carter remains in hospice care. A new article from the Associated Press gives insights into the Fulton County special grand jury investigating the 2020 election.
At a contentious House committee hearing, Republicans aired long-held grievances over what they say is Silicon Valley's bias against conservatives.
President Joe Biden began his State of the Union address Tuesday — his first to a divided Congress — with an appeal to bipartisan priorities, but later criticized parts of the GOP agenda and got a sense of Republicans’ appetite for conflict during one combative stretch.
Federal prosecutors say a New York man has pleaded guilty to making threatening phone calls to Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia.
A new bill would create a state definition of antisemitism in Georgia and will potentially aid in hate crime prosecutions. House Bill 30 will align Georgia’s definition of antisemitism with the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene secured seats on two high-profile House committees. Will she bring her extreme views with her? Gov. Brian Kemp told the World Economic Forum that Georgia will be a pro-business powerhouse. Meanwhile, Republicans in both D.C. and Georgia aim to reshape tax policy.