Political commentator and author Keith Boykin says America is in a Cold Civil War, and discusses how the country can move past racial division.
The best way to prevent COVID-19 and spread of the virus is through vaccination and masking. That’s what Board of Regents Acting Chancellor Teresa MacCartney says.
But she and the Board also agree with the governor that mandates cause division on campus. And they will not be swayed by protests.
One professor at Kennesaw State University says he was not allowed to switch to online classes after the majority of students chose not to wear masks despite rising cases of COVID-19.
Georgians with certain medical conditions have been permitted to take cannabis oil to ease their symptoms for six years, but it was illegal to purchase in Georgia. The state has finally approved six licenses for companies to produce and distribute medical marijuana oil in Georgia. However, many companies whose applications were not accepted are calling foul play, protesting the licensing process which can delay the production and distribution of medical cannabis oil for many Georgians in need.
Gestures of protest have already begun. But exactly what's allowed under the International Olympic Committee's new rules on expression is somewhat murky.
Demonstrations have been going on for months. Pop stars and climate activists have pledged support for the farmers. What sparked the movement is less glamorous: New rules for wholesale markets.
With potential violent unrest ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, the FBI in Atlanta on Friday said it has deployed bomb technicians, tactical teams, special agents and other personnel to “help combat threats of violence to our state Capitol, federal buildings and communities.”
Police yielded to the almost entirely white mob of pro-Trump insurrectionists as they stormed the Capitol. Protesters for racial justice see a contrast with how their demonstrations were policed.
Seven people were arrested at an Atlanta protest where chemical agents were deployed on protesters demonstrating against a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
The protesters were starting to disband near the Colorado state Capitol. Some of them blocked the vehicle before it abruptly sped away.
As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the country, a lot of white people joined in to help the cause. In many cities Black leaders are being deliberate about the roles "white allies" play.
An Atlanta police officer is on administrative duty after activists say video shows him body-slamming a woman amid protests over police brutality. News...
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms addressed a crowd gathered downtown to protest racism, police violence and the killing of George Floyd. Bottoms told...
Several journalism organizations are condemning authorities’ detainment of two journalists who were covering protests in Atlanta. The Georgia chapter of...