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Biden vows an immigration overhaul in his first 100 days as...

WASHINGTON—Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday night distanced himself from the Obama administration’s handling of undocumented people that led to the highest rate...

Ga. college buildings honoring dishonorable could be renamed

With the need for making amends for racial injustices old and new getting a public reckoning, a group responsible for reviewing the origin of...

Congress launches inquiry into south Georgia immigrant detention facility

Top U.S. House Democrats are investigating a whistleblower’s allegations that immigrant women in a Georgia detention center endured gynecological procedures without their consent or...

John Lewis’ presence felt as crowd rallies at March on Washington

WASHINGTON – On the 57th anniversary of the original March on Washington and in the throes of a pandemic, thousands of demonstrators on Friday...

Prosecutor calls for high court to reject officers’ immunity from 2017...

A prosecutor argued before the Georgia Supreme Court Thursday that three sheriff's deputies should make self-defense claims at trial instead of having immunity for...

Kemp signs police protection bill, calls surprise election-year special session

Gov. Brian Kemp signed off on a controversial bill Wednesday intended to protect police from bias crimes, which he says sends a strong message...

Support grows to replace U.S. Capitol Confederate statue with John Lewis

A call to remove a statue of the vice president of the Confederacy from the National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol and replace...

Rep. John Lewis’ determined spirit celebrated at Capitol ahead of funeral

Mourners gathered for a memorial at the Georgia Capitol Wednesday to pay tribute to civil rights icon and longtime Rep. John Lewis ahead of...

Get in ‘good trouble’: John Lewis’ words ring out in Capitol...

WASHINGTON — The immortal words of the late civil rights leader John Lewis rang out from the U.S. Capitol Monday during a private ceremony...

Civil Rights hero John Lewis changed America making ‘good trouble’

Civil Rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Lewis, who advocated for change through nonviolence, died late Friday night at the age of 80. The...
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