Thursday on Political Rewind: On this day in 1906, white mobs killed at least 25 Black Georgians in what would be known as the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre. Plus, the 11th Circuit says the Department of Justice can still examine classified documents from Mar-a-Lago. Also, we look at the story of a Stone Mountain bridge.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The team is back with a live show. The Fourth of July brought out some of the best and worst realities of our country. A mass shooting in Highland Park, Ill., turned a joyous celebration into a scene of carnage. Meanwhile, candidates on the November ballot show no signs of slowing down over the holiday.
African American maritime history has long gone understudied, says a Georgia Southern history professor. A new research project is meant to help change that.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The final day of the 2022 legislative session was yesterday. What legislation made it past the deadline and what will have to wait till the next time lawmakers meet? Our panel took a deep dive into the latest.
Monday on Political Rewind: It’s the 40th and final day of the 2022 legislative session. A handful of high-profile measures remain to be decided. In the frenzy of activity marking the final day, what surprise measures could emerge? Our panel discusses the latest stories down at the Capitol.
Friday on Political Rewind: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has called for a grand jury to investigate former President Donald Trump's attempts to meddle in the 2020 election. Plus, A fiery gubernatorial election drives the Republican primary to hot-button issues.
This conversation on Political Rewind originally aired Sept. 2. We talked to pianist Joe Alterman about the power of music.
This episode originally aired on Political Rewind on May 19th, 2021. Author Anna Sales talks about navigating difficult times during this pandemic.
In 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic pitted parents against school boards, a high-profile murder trial played out in Coastal Georgia, and embittered fights over state voting law were spurred by baseless claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
On today's show: A Republican leader in the state Senate filed a bill to eliminate drop boxes, which have enabled voters to cast absentee ballots more easily. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to announce later this week that Rivian, one of the country’s largest manufacturers of electric vehicles, is set to build an assembly plant in Georgia.
East Atlanta's Hulsey Yard will help avoid more than 500 roundtrip truck miles per box, with anticipated volumes of 1,200 containers per month. The move is aimed at easing the nation's supply chain crunch.
Monday on Political Rewind: We looked at former GOP Sen. David Perdue's announcement on his run for governor, launching a primary challenge against Republican incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp. Plus, a discussion on the legacy of longtime GOP Sen. Bob Doyle following his passing.
Friday on Political Rewind: We looked at the latest news about the coronavirus. We tackled your questions about the new omicron variant, and where it is likely is it to become the dominant strain of COVID in Georgia. How will schools, public spaces and travel change in the coming months?
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgia Democrats are expressing excitement and relief now that Stacey Abrams has declared she is running for governor next year. Some Republicans welcomed the news, too. Long time observers of the Supreme Court say the right to an abortion may be in jeopardy after they heard the justices comments and questions in yesterday's Mississippi court hearing.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Democrats are insisting that Georgia should have a 50-50 partisan split of congressional districts as redistricting is set to start next week at the state capitol. The GOP majority will likely reject this argument.