The discovery of Legionella bacteria led to closures at some of the Atlanta-based offices for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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President Trump signed four executive actions to provide economic relief amid the coronavirus pandemic. They amount to a stopgap measure after not reaching a deal with Congress.
GPB has full coverage of the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis, an icon of the Civil Rights movement and Georgia politics.
World leaders, including President Trump, attended a virtual donor summit Sunday for recovery efforts after last week's blast. The event was co-hosted by the U.N. and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Lake City, Colo., had great turnout for their BLM march — 50 of the town's 400 residents. One problem: Nobody invited the town's only black spiritual leader and his family.
Friday on Political Rewind, a look at what is at stake in next week's runoff elections. In the Republican races in 14th and 9th Georgia districts, national attention has been drawn to the controversial statements of candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene. Will voters choose her to go on through to the November election? What would her selection mean for state and national GOP officials?
"Because of the difficult financial decisions made during the spring, we are well-positioned to weather any additional economic challenges we may face."
The lawsuit seeks to have state and county elections officials add more polling places and resources to prevent long wait times.
North Paulding High School will close Monday and Tuesday after nine COVID-19 cases were confirmed. The school attracted national attention last week after viral photos of crowded halls surfaced.
In a newly revised outlook, forecasters say this hurricane season could bring 19-25 named storms.
Budget cuts due to the COVID-19 economic crisis have led the state’s mental health agency to lay off 200 employees.
Cottagecore — an Internet aesthetic of the rural idyll — has offered escapism for several years. In pandemic isolation, it's taken off in popularity.
NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro speaks with Ardeshir Agahi, who drove from Ohio to Florida to deliver an urgent package to one of his UPS customers.
Team USA Track and Field Paralympian Lex Gillette tells NPR how he's staying competition ready now that the 2020 Olympic Games have been put off by a year.
President Trump may not be able to postpone the U.S. election, but Bolivia's unelected interim government has done it twice, sending supporters of ousted President Evo Morales into the streets.
There are a lot of contrasts between Joe Biden's impending pick and past elections when women were vice presidential candidates. One that's easy to overlook: Biden is ahead in the polls.
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Mashal Naseem, daughter of Tahir Naseem, a U.S. citizen killed in Pakistan for blasphemy, about her father's death and her plan to help others faced with similar charges.
The National Virtual Medical Orchestra brings together health care workers and gives them a creative outlet during the pandemic.