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Friday on Political Rewind: Yesterday's primaries in Tennessee and Arizona saw wins for Trump-endorsed candidates who perpetuate allegations of election fraud in 2020. Our panel breaks down what that could mean for Trump-aligned candidates in Georgia ahead of November.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Not all of Donald Trump's business took place in the Oval Office, according to author @MarkLeibovich in his new book Thank You for Your Servitude. From his seat at the bar in the Trump International Hotel in D.C., he saw the president's closest confidants.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Stacey Abrams launches a counteroffensive to Brian Kemp's unrelenting TV attack ads, which allege that she would defund law enforcement. Plus, partisan efforts are fueled by Music Midtown's cancellation. And elections nationwide hint at Trump's enduring influence.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Music Midtown has been canceled, allegedly because of Georgia's gun laws. Plus, the State Department of Revenue will allow Georgians to claim embryos on income tax deductions. Meanwhile, Tamar Hallerman provides an update on the latest in the Fulton County probe.
A proposal to mine for titanium dioxide near the state's Okefenokee Swamp is attracting controversy. Alabama company Twin Pines has applied for a permit to extract minerals near the freshwater wetland and wildlife refuge — the largest blackwater wetland in North America — and residents, politicians and environmental advocates are pushing back to protect the Okefenokee.
RELATED: New bill aims to protect Okefenokee Swamp from mining
In 1948, a Black sharecropper in Georgia was sentenced to die for a murder he didn’t commit. What happened next tells us a lot about the legal system in the United States then — and now.
Students and faculty members around the state are reacting to news that Republican former governor Sonny Perdue may soon head up Georgia’s public university system. This week, officials on the Board of Regents announced Perdue is the sole finalist for the top job of chancellor. Opponents of the choice say Perdue's appointment would jeopardize academic freedom across the system’s 26 campuses.
Africa's metalheads have a bold vision. We talk to Edward Banchs, author of a new book about Africa's metal scene, and to a heavy metal singer in Botswana known as "Vulture."
The guitar duet has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Natalia Lafourcade, Chavela Vargas and Liza Minelli.
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