State lawmakers ended their session late last night, giving final passage to a number of bills while leaving others behind.
Going to the governor's desk are many of his priorities, including a pair of billion-dollar income tax breaks and teacher pay raises.
Lawmakers failed to pass a number of closely-watched bills, however. One of them would've increased funding for mental health.
On the Thursday March 30 edition of Georgia Today: Yesterday was the final day of the Georgia legislative session. Today we will detail new regulations and some failed legislation.
Evan Gershkovich, a U.S. citizen, was on a reporting assignment in the Ural mountain city of Yekaterinburg when he was detained by agents from Russia's Federal Security Service.
President Biden on Thursday urged banking regulators to take additional steps to reduce the risk of more mid-sized bank failures like Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
The board members picked by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to oversee development around Walt Disney World announced on Tuesday that they didn't quite have the power they thought they had.
The far-right leader went to Florida after losing his bid for re-election, days before his rival was inaugurated. While in Florida, Bolsonaro frequently met with supporters and conservative groups.
Prosecutors said musician Pras Michel collected exorbitant sums of money from a billioniare desperate to win access to two separate U.S. presidents.
Two cuts in the Satilla River have been removed in a $3 million project to restore a coastal habitat.
Migrants say they are facing increased harassment and unabashed cruelty by local, state and federal authorities as permanent residents' general attitudes toward immigrants shift.
A federal judge in Texas who previously ruled to dismantle the Affordable Care Act struck down a key part of the law. Opponents say the ruling jeopardizes preventive care for millions of Americans.
Board members picked to oversee the governance of Disney World said their predecessors pulled a fast one on them by passing restrictive covenants that strip the new board of many of its powers.
The doctrine, with origins in the 15th century, was invoked as a legal and religious standing by Europeans who "discovered" new lands and violently seized it from people who had been living there.
Taiwan's president is in the United States as part of a multi-day itinerary that will take the leader of the Asian democratic island through Central and North America.
The U.S. sees hundreds of mass shootings each year — so many that some people have survived more than one. A therapist offers advice for how to cope with the trauma.
Twenty-two cars, including 10 carrying ethanol, derailed west of Minneapolis; four are on fire. The derailment's cause is under investigation. There is a half-mile evacuation area around the site.