Rosalynn Carter was memorialized with classical music and beloved hymns, some of her favorite Biblical passages, and a rare gathering of all living U.S. first ladies and multiple presidents, including her 99-year-old husband Jimmy Carter.
Middle Georgians have waited for years for Macon’s Ocmulgee Mounds to officially become Georgia’s first national park and preserve. But despite bipartisan support in Congress, a new report means progress has been slowed once again.
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock was a leader in getting a provision capping the cost of insulin for Medicare enrollees at $35 a month into the Inflation Reduction Act Congress passed last year.
Lawmakers press feds to ‘leverage every resource’ to keep eligible Georgians covered.
Herschel Walker's wife is seeking to sell the Atlanta house that the football great listed as his residence when he ran for U.S. Senate last year as a Republican. A real estate listing shows the home was put up for sale in August with an asking price of $1.45 million.
Georgia's U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock introduced new legislation on Monday to boost the child care workforce by increasing access to early Head Start programs nationwide.
Atlanta's city government will scan and release copies of petitions against a proposed police and firefighter training center. That's even though the city still isn't verifying voter signatures or otherwise moving forward with the citywide referendum sought by "Stop Cop City" activists.
The trauma Migos rapper Quavo suffered after witnessing his nephew Takeoff being gunned down last year is a disturbing experience he says he doesn't want anyone else to endure. These days, Quavo has turned his pain into purpose as a vocal advocate for gun violence prevention.
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock has urged Atlanta's mayor to be more transparent in how city officials handle a petition drive led by opponents of a proposed police and firefighter training center. Warnock's letter Friday comes after weeks of calls from "Stop Cop City" activists who were furious that the state's top Democrats had stayed largely silent over the city's plan to adopt a signature-matching verification process.
A trial challenging voting district maps in Georgia has concluded, leaving a decision in the hands of a federal judge. A lawyer for the state said in closing arguments Thursday that court intervention on behalf of Black voters isn't needed. Plaintiffs say Black voters are still fighting opposition from white voters and need federal help to get a fair shot.
This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on improving truck driving training in South Georgia, speaking out against the Republican request to redraw Alabama's congressional maps, surveying the damage left by Hurricane Idalia, and new legislation to prepare for the future workforce.
This week, Sens Ossoff and Warnock focused on providing fire safety resources across Georgia, addressing the shortages in chemotherapy drugs, pushing for student loan debt cancellations and ensuring Georgians were prepared for Hurricane Idalia.
This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on providing counseling and mental health services to Georgia military families; delivering resources to improve early childhood education across Northwest Georgia; previewing new legislation improving workforce shortages in childcare; and upgrading Georgia’s Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base.
This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on delivering health care resources to Mount Vernon, Ga.; legislation providing upgrades to Fort Gordon’s Cyber Center of Excellence and Robins Air Force Base; and improving fire safety throughout metro Atlanta and North Georgia.
This week, Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were in Georgia and focused on new projects for the Moody Air Force Base; affordable housing for young military families; stopping Senate leadership from cutting federal support to Georgia hospitals; and resources for domestic violence resources.