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.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Republicans failed to elect a Speaker of the House yesterday. Will Rep. Kevin McCarthy win in a historic fourth vote today? In Georgia, the race for former Rep. David Ralston's seat is going to a runoff while Gov. Brian Kemp and Lt. Gov. Burt Jones vow to reign in "far-left local prosecutors."
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The 2022 midterms showed the strengths and weaknesses in both parties' strategies. Today, we talk to Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan and two other top Republicans about their vision of a future for their party — here in Georgia and nationally.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The midterms are over. Today our panel gives final thoughts on what they mean for Georgia's political future. Plus, the legislature starts its 2023 session a month from tomorrow. We discuss what you can expect to see on the docket. But first, we dive into the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner.
The 14th Congressional District in Georgia’s northwest corner has been represented by someone who has become a political lightning rod, Republican U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. In response, Democrats have put political newcomer and Army veteran Marcus Flowers on the ballot this year, and they’re hoping an anti-incumbent message will make a difference.
Monday on Political Rewind: Early voting opens today across Georgia, as candidates have spent months and millions trying to win races. Balloting also comes just a few days after Warnock and Walker faced off in Savannah while tonight Stacey Abrams and Gov. Brian Kemp take the debate stage.
WASHINGTON — Conservative Republicans gathered outside the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday to commit to bringing legislation to the floor that would make it a felony to perform gender-affirming care on transgender youth, should the GOP take control of the U.S. House following the November midterm elections.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: After the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago, it's still unclear if findings could affect the Fulton County probe. Plus, the three men who murdered #AhmaudArbery will serve their time in state prison. And we'll take a look at where monkeypox cases stand across the state.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The CEO of Daniel Defense claimed his company bore no responsibility for its use in the Uvalde shooting. Instead, he blamed an "erosion of personal responsibility." Plus, a majority of Georgians oppose the new abortion law and many say they'll vote accordingly.
A judge in Atlanta has rejected an appeal by a group of voters who sought to make Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene ineligible to run for reelection.