President Trump threatened to veto the annual defense bill if it doesn't include a provision to end a liability shield for tech companies. Key lawmakers say it's too late for such a demand.
The U.S. Special Counsel ordered the U.S. Agency for Global Media to conduct a sweeping internal investigation, after finding a "substantial likelihood of wrongdoing" toward the Voice of America.
The Census Bureau may not be able to finish putting together a key census count before President Trump's term ends, internal documents obtained by the House Oversight Committee confirm.
The Board of Supervisors declares Campbell County to be a "First Amendment Sanctuary" and deems Gov. Ralph Northam's orders to violate constitutional rights.
For years, the Democrats have been pushing the state further blue. The former astronaut's swearing-in trims the Republican majority in the Senate to 52-48.
Presidents have awarded clemency in this way before, but it's certainly not the usual course of action. And there are unresolved questions about what might be to come.
On this episode, we tackle Georgia’s recount, more misinformation from President Donald Trump and long-shot conspiracy-laden lawsuits seeking to overturn the election.
A Republican TV ad falsely suggests that “liberal megadonors” are spending $1 billion in “dark money” to help Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s Senate runoff race. That’s how much multiple experts estimate may be spent on all candidates in both Georgia Senate elections for the entire 2020 campaign cycle.
A document filed in federal court seems to show a probe into lobbying for a pardon and a related scheme to offer payment. Large swaths of the document, including names, are blacked out.
In a fiery Tuesday news conference, Gabriel Sterling had scathing words for top Republican leaders who have been attacking Georgia's election system.
The president wants Congress to repeal Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, a provision that provides legal protection for tech companies.
Gov. Brian Kemp has announced his pick for a vacancy on the state Supreme Court that was at the center of two lawsuits after a sitting justice announced early this year that he would step down from the bench last month.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Top elections officials charged with overseeing Georgia’s voting system are offering a staunch rebuttal to the unfounded accusation of voter fraud from President Donald Trump and his allies.
The attorney general told The Associated Press on Tuesday neither Justice Department attorneys nor the FBI have substantiated any of the various claims about so-called fraud.
Joe Biden topped President Trump by nearly 7 million votes, and 74 votes in the Electoral College, but his victory really was stitched together with narrow margins in key states.