As the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of Georgians, the need for legal services has skyrocketed. But Peach State residents are challenged to find affordable legal representation, especially those living in rural areas.
Combing through the archives, Erin Overbey found that the print publication resembles "Southern country clubs circa 1950," in which barely any writers and editors of color or women are represented.
Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's long-shot bid to unseat California Gov. Gavin Newsom relies on the support of Salem Media Group, the right-wing network that employs him.
Former U.S. Education Department official Robert Shireman is asking The Wall Street Journal to correct a story from 2013 that continues to fuel false accusations. The paper has declined his request.
A government agency protects 1,500 journalists and human rights activists, but it is strapped for resources and its record is mixed.
In order to track Patrick Nathan's ideas, one must to get on board with his habit of invoking fascism broadly, emphasizing its aesthetic and imaginative tendencies over its concrete manifestations.
Nichols has been removed from NBA coverage and The Jump was canceled a few weeks after remarks she made became public suggesting that Maria Taylor was promoted because she is Black.
Neal Conan, who died Aug. 10, hosted NPR's Talk of the Nation with "immaculate knowledge of all subjects, arcane and obvious, and exquisite courtesy with callers and guests," NPR's Scott Simon says.
It feels like we can't avoid a conversation on race during this moment in America. So, after the conversation, what do we do? GPB's Leah Fleming talks with Gene Demby, host of NPR podcast Code Switch, coming to GPB Sunday mornings.
PBS has announced $11 million in grants to boost diversity among documentary filmmakers months after an open letter accused the service of unfairly favoring white creators.
Dominion Voting Systems claims that Newsmax and One America News spread disproven 2020 election fraud claims that greatly damaged the company.
Conan's voice graced this network for many years in many ways, always in the name of wonderful radio. Former NPR host Robert Siegel, a longtime colleague of Conan, remembers his friend.
A tiny satellite made by startup Geometric Energy Corp. will display advertising on its side that will then be livestreamed back to Earth.
Ron Popeil, who died July 28, was an infomercial pioneer whose products included the Chop-O-Matic, the Veg-O-Matic, the smokeless ashtray and other household gadgets. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of the U.S. East Coast, allowing spoilers to slip through and upsetting those who want to watch the games later in prime time. Here are some ways you can try to block the news.