Just over 50% of Georgia's 7.6 million voters participated in the 2020 general election by the end of October, nearly eclipsing the total votes in the 2016 presidential election.
The Oscar-winning film star with the distinctive Scottish brogue eventually outgrew the 007 role to appear in a range of movies in a career that spanned nearly a half-century.
Gov. Brian Kemp's office said he is self-quarantining after being notified he was in close proximity to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-West Point) announced he has tested positive for the virus.
According to video posted online and witness accounts, police in Graham, N.C., used pepper spray on a march to drive voter turnout. Activists say at least 17 people were arrested.
Most of the country will "fall back" during Sunday's wee hours. Many sleep researchers say daylight saving time does more harm than good.
Former President Barack Obama will campaign in Atlanta Monday for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and two U.S. Senate candidates, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
On the last day of in-person early voting, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Georgians should expect longer lines from around 2 million voters showing up on Election Day, adding to a record-setting turnout so far this year.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we learn about voting laws and what role the courts play in shaping our elections.
Sometimes you want a really good salad, Garten says. But now is not that time. Her new book, Modern Comfort Food, is packed full of recipes for beef stew, chocolate chip cookies and Boston cream pie.
Since more people are working from home, they're using the opportunity to migrate to other places. Big cities are seeing the biggest outflows, according to new surveys.
Affordable, quality child care was hard to come by even before the pandemic and now even more so. It's not for a lack of ideas about how to fix it. Is this the moment those ideas are taken seriously?
The surge is particularly acute in the Midwest and Great Plains. Health experts say the increase is being driven in large part by people who don't exhibit any symptoms.
Duke anthropologist Brian Hare argues that humans evolved in a way that left us more cooperative and friendlier than our now extinct human cousins, like Neanderthals and Denisovans.