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1 hr ago | The Washington Monthly
Being here in Georgia for a while has made me more acutely aware than before of the particularly exotic and uninhibited brand of Republican officeholders this state now breeds.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Is racial profiling justified?
6 hrs ago | Switched
Georgia's Republican insurance commissioner is stepping back from his claim that pre-existing medical conditions are similar to a car crash that is the driver's fault.
7 hrs ago | Http
The Gray Jaycees Annual Lighted Christmas Parade is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 10, with the starting point and staging area once again at Ingles parking lot.
10 hrs ago | Roll Call
Talk about a wedge issue. Trucking company owner Mike Collins, one of six Republicans vying for Georgia's open 10th District, has gone where no other House candidate has gone before by attempting to perform Jean-Claude Van Damme's epic split between two Volvo trucks.
"Actually I met with the governor and we had a conversation on expanding Medicaid, and he was quite candid and said that was not the direction he wanted to go," said Winfred Dukes, Georgia Representative.
CIA personnel who testified Tuesday on the Benghazi attack provided new evidence that it was premeditated, telling lawmakers that the deadly mortar strike on the CIA annex began within minutes of a rescue team's arrival, Fox News has learned.
The nation's rate of maternal mortality has been steadily rising, and nowhere is that increase more evident than in Georgia.
State Sen. Gloria Butler and State Rep. Karen Bennett, will hold a town hall meeting today, Dec. 4, to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
Hallacy will make her candidacy official at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Georgia Rib Company restaurant, 4930 Davidson Road.
Educators from all across South Georgia gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn Tuesday night, to let their voices be heard and ask state lawmakers for more instruction time in our children's classrooms.
Voters went to the polls today to decide who will be the winner of several runoff elections.
Educators want the state to give them more flexibility to make budget and classroom decisions.
During the holiday season, it's easy to get swept up in the celebrations with friends and family.
North Georgia is home to one of the country's most Republican congressional districts and will be a key battleground in next year's GOP primary for the state's open U.S. Senate seat.
Who pays, partner? A Tax Court decision yesterday held that an executive of a partnership holding a non-vested capital interest should not be considered a "partner" for allocation of taxable income and loss before the interest vests.
NRSC LAYS OUT LOUISIANA STRATEGY: Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu is one of national Republicans' top targets next year, and NRSC Political Director Ward Baker pens a memo this morning on why the party can defeat her next November.