The former president has now won every contest where he was on the ballot. For Haley, the loss in her home state is a big blow to her bid for the GOP nomination. Still, she plans to keep campaigning.
In the past week, the number of people displaced in Gaza reached 1.7 million, Egypt fears a border crisis in the Sinai Peninsula and negotiators began work toward a potential pause in the fighting.
Hungary's parliament has approved Sweden's bid to join NATO, clearing the way for the Nordic nation's accession to the military alliance after two years of intense negotiations.
The Atlanta Hawks' All-Star point guard Trae Young was hurt during Friday night's loss to Toronto and will have surgery Tuesday at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
Egypt's empty Sinai Peninsula would offer safety for Palestinian civilians. But Egypt fears refugees might never be allowed back, citing the painful history of earlier Israeli-Palestinian wars.
Danai Gurira and Andrew Lincoln are back as Michonne and Rick Grimes in the new spinoff. But will a new audience show up for a franchise that is nearly 14 years old?
Two House and Senate legislative committees unanimously backed proposals that would shift the responsibilities of Georgia’s utilities regulators. State legislators also advanced a bill to give the PSC authority over water companies.
Police in Washington, D.C., identified the active duty member of the U.S. Air Force as 25-year-old Aaron Bushnell of San Antonio, Texas. He was rushed to the hospital Sunday with serious injuries.
The drug is the go-to treatment for syphilis and the only one recommended for pregnant people. But a shortage of the injectable drug has prompted some public health agencies to ration it.
MARTA announced that it will close the train station at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport from April 8 to May 19 for renovations.
These cases raise a critical question for the First Amendment and the future of social media: whether states can force the platforms to carry content they find hateful or objectionable.
Keyser in West Virginia represents a national shift in American energy production. And in a town that was defined by coal for generations, change can be difficult.
Georgia is in the minority among U.S. states in not having a centralized, statewide plan for addressing homelessness.
Nonprofits in Georgia are expanding to provide more people with disabilities access to medical equipment and assistive technology.
The state House is backing a measure to criminalize the use of "deepfakes" generated by artificial intelligence to impersonate candidates in political campaign ads.
Some Arab American, Muslim and young voters in the Detroit area plan to vote "uncommitted" in Tuesday's primary. They want to send a message to Biden: Call for a cease-fire or lose us in November.
In Africa, there is a shortage of specialists and a lack of financial support for famlies who can't afford therapy. We look at how three families are coping.