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Group prays for state to fade out Confederate mark on Stone...

Flags of the Confederacy flapped in the occasional breeze Tuesday as a group prayed for change and healing at a state-owned park that is...

Stone Mountain’s Confederate symbol row simmers after summer protests

When Chandra Moye decided to open a local souvenir shop in downtown Stone Mountain, she had a decision to make: Would she sell items...

Bookman: We could be witnessing the deciding battle of the culture...

We are living through history, through a tumultuous time in which change accelerates, the once-solid becomes fluid and no one has any real idea...

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law

WASHINGTON — In a major victory for reproductive rights, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a controversial Louisiana law that critics said would have...

Supreme Court ruling protects LGBTQ workers from job discrimination

WASHINGTON — In a landmark victory for LGBTQ rights, the U.S. Supreme Court held Monday that employers can’t legally fire people because of their...

Calls grow to remove Confederate statue from state Capitol’s front lawn

A high-ranking Georgia Democrat has joined the push for the “immediate removal” of an embattled Confederate statue that sits on a prominent corner of...

Overcrowding, virus worries cloud Memorial Day weekend beach scene

TYBEE ISLAND - Tybee Island Mayor Shirley Sessions published a video at the outset of what is typically a lucrative Memorial Day weekend for...

Georgia veteran worries ‘who’s going to remember Vietnam veterans’

Sometimes it’s hard for even Ernie Guthrie to remember the real names of those who fought with him in the jungles of Vietnam. The 70-year-old...

Will Congress send aid to Georgia’s ailing local news outlets?

WASHINGTON — Politicians are banding together to try to rescue local news media from economic collapse during the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday, Senate Minority Leader...

From hospital, Justice Ginsburg slams Trump birth control rules

WASHINGTON — Hospitalization for a gallbladder condition didn’t stop U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg from assailing the Trump administration’s birth control rules...
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