Memphis authorities released body camera footage depicting the 29-year-old's killing on Friday. Demonstrations unfold in cities across the U.S.
White House officials have released official numbers on how many students have applied and been approved for student loan forgiveness — including data on Georgia borrowers.
Budget hearings at the start of Georgia’s legislative session saw state departments dive into Gov. Brian Kemp’s proposed budget and make a case for funding priorities.
We kick off 2023 with a special episode, where Stephen Fowler travels to Washington, D.C., and speaks with Georgia lawmakers who'll play an important role in the new Congress.
Experts in policing say there was shocking officer misconduct revealed in police videos of Tyre Nichols' arrest. They say officers in Memphis had an obligation to intervene and render aid.
Body cam footage of the brutal arrest in Memphis of the Black man has sparked protests in several cities. The five ex-officers involved face a litany of charges, including second-degree murder.
Friday on Political Rewind: On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazi Party. But disturbingly, antisemitism is once again being mainstreamed in our politics. Our special panel explores Georgia's Jewish history, marked with both hope and violence.
A legislative hearing about the “hoteling” of foster children in Georgia zeroed in the problems children in state custody face in getting health care.
The Georgia Senate Majority Caucus announced its legislative priorities for the 2023 legislative session today at a news conference.
Thursday on Political Rewind: In his State of the State speech, Gov. Brian Kemp pledged to crack down on violent crime and laid out his plan for Georgia's surplus. Democrats responded, saying the funds should strengthen social safety nets. Meanwhile, there are continued efforts to stop mining in the Okefenokee.
This week’s Medical Minute discusses a potential new “early warning system” to spot chronic rejection in organ transplant recipients.
Coastal and politically progressive states have passed stronger paid sick and family leave policies than many states with larger rural populations.
Georgia ranks in the top third of states lacking enough primary care physicians to meet the needs of medically underserved areas.
The founding father of American punk and a fixture in the 1970s New York rock scene died Saturday as the result of a brief illness.
The United Ukrainian Ballet Company is made up of dancers taking refuge in the Netherlands. The company travels to Washington, D.C., to perform Giselle, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky.
NPR has been tracking prices at a Walmart in Georgia for four years. The latest shopping trip tells us a lot about what's been happening in world trade and the U.S. economy.
Public radio hosts chime in on what artists are up for a big break in 2023.
The attack on Saturday morning comes just a day after a Palestinian gunman opened fire outside of a synagogue in Jerusalem at the start of the Jewish sabbath, killing seven people.
Can the 49ers' seventh-round rookie QB lead them to the Super Bowl? Did the Eagles' Christmas album put them on Santa's nice list? And just how fast is it possible to recover from a high ankle sprain?
Germany and the United States have pledged to send tanks to Ukraine for their war efforts. What role could they play in the coming months?