Seven counties in Georgia are among the hardest hit in the nation by new cases of COVID-19.
The Georgia man accused of killing eight people at three Atlanta-area massage businesses is pleading guilty. Robert Aaron Long signed a plea deal hoping for life without parole in the first four shooting deaths.
The port handled 5.3 million TEUs during fiscal 2021, which ended June 30, a 20% increase over the previous year, the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) reported Monday.
With crime rates spiking across the city of Atlanta, it is perhaps most visible in wealthy neighborhood of Buckhead. Some residents say it's time to secede from Atlanta and form their own city to protect their citizens and keep a close eye on their tax dollars. Opponents say that this could be a tremendous hit to the economy of the city of Atlanta. Atlanta Journal-Constitution news reporter J.D. Capelouto talks about the push by some Buckhead residents to secede Atlanta.
Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn noted in testimony before Congress about the Capitol insurrection that he was called the "n" word after he said he voted for President Biden.
U.S. Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell recounted how he and his fellow officers were crushed by the violent mob of pro-Trump supporters on Jan. 6.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Voting rights advocates remain concerned Republican legislators are angling to use Georgia’s new voting law to take over operation of Fulton County elections. However, critics of past chaos in the county’s elections say change is needed. Meanwhile, as cases of COVID-19 propelled by the dangerous delta variant spread in the state, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson has once again issued a mask mandate for the city.
Monday on Political Rewind, we are joined by New York Times and internationally bestselling author Karin Slaughter. Her newest novel, False Witness, incorporates many timely issues into its narrative. Published in 120 countries with more than 40 million copies sold across the globe, Slaughter’s novels include Cop Town and Pretty Girls, The Good Daughter, and Pieces of Her.
Friday on Political Rewind: Vaccination rates in Georgia remain stubbornly low, even as the coronavirus is establishing a foothold again across the country. Hospitalizations are up in the state too, with the vast majority of patients being unvaccinated. What role are misinformation and partisan politics playing in the continuing spread of the virus? And how is this affecting other national topics, such as immigration? Our panel weighs in.
Plus, all five candidates for mayor of Atlanta took aim at what they say is a destructive campaign to create a new city of Buckhead.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson was arrested on Thursday, according to his office, during a voting rights rally in Washington D.C.
As school systems across the state prepare to return to the classroom, a number of Georgia counties are seeing an increase in COVID infections among school-aged children.
Some patients who have had COVID-19 develop symptoms resembling early Alzheimer's. Researchers are trying to figure out whether these people are more likely to develop the disease itself.
The concert is being billed by New York City government as a reopening of the city — and most of the tickets will be free, but you can only get in if you provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination.
In a blistering 120-page document submitted to Los Angeles Superior Court, Mathew Rosengart claims that Jamie Spears appears to be responsible for the "dissipation" of the singer's fortune.
The teenager and first-time Olympian took home the gold in a surprise win, beating out teammate and returning champion Lilly King. The gold was the first one in swimming for her home state of Alaska.
The Facebook-owned app is making new accounts for kids under 16 private by default, amid growing pressure over child safety and privacy.
After her surprise withdrawal from an event at the Tokyo Olympics, the star American gymnast amplified recent statements that the immense stress she faces has been affecting her.