After 18 years of living with Alzheimer's disease, Marti Kaye spends most of her time in a wheelchair, expressionless. That changes the minute her son Adam Kaye starts playing his guitar.
Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as chair of his media empire, which includes Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post. He is handing the reins to his son Lachlan.
Two Black employees bring charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging they suffered discrimination and retaliation while working at the social media giant.
The Biden administration unveiled regulations that potentially would help tens of millions of people who have medical debt on their credit reports.
Michele Pascarella was named Global Pizza Maker of the Year in the awards he considers "the Michelin guide for pizza."
Police in Ghana have arrested protestors demonstrating against the cost of living and the economic crisis gripping the country, once seen as a model economy in Africa.
This week leaders at the U.N. adopted a declaration recognizing the need for nations to work together to address future pandemics. But Questions loom. How will it be enforced? Who's footing the bill?
A Macon federal gangster trial last month connected to an Athens murder used an anonymous jury for safety reasons, court documents show, a rarity in the Middle District of Georgia.
There can be only one — and they shall be rotund. The brown bears of Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska have been plumping themselves up, to prepare for a new hibernation season.
The sheriff in Atlanta's Fulton County is defending his plan to house some detainees in other parts of Georgia and out of state.
School officials in Southeast Georgia's Wayne County confirm reports of bed bugs at a middle school and schedule treatment.
A well-known non-profit medical provider is coming to provide free health care in East Georgia's Jefferson County this weekend.
The Ukrainian leader is in D.C. Thursday to meet with Congress, the Pentagon and the White House. Some $24 billion in new aid to Ukraine is in limbo ahead of a possible government shutdown.
Jonathan Escoffery's If I Survive You and Chetna Maroo's Western Lane are among the contenders for this year's prize, which honors the best English-language fiction published in the UK and Ireland.
On the Thursday, Sept. 21 edition of Georgia Today: Fulton County's sheriff defends his plan to move some detainees from the crumbling county jail out of state; free health care for those in need is coming to rural East Georgia this weekend; and one of Atlanta's most famous resident's has put his Buckhead condo on the market — and it comes with a pretty steep price tag.
State Rep. Patty Bentley joyously changed her last name to Stinson in a wedding ceremony on the grounds of the Georgia Capitol on Tuesday.
The beermaker says it will end the practice known as tail docking after it came under pressure by animal rights group PETA.