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Stone Mountain’s Confederate tributes could undergo makeover

Long-sought changes may be coming to state-owned Stone Mountain Park as officials search for middle ground in the raging debate over the Confederate tributes...

U.S. gun violence an ‘international embarrassment,’ Biden says

WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden on Thursday reiterated his call on Congress to pass stalled gun legislation reform but also outlined executive action he’s taking on...

What’s in a name? For musical posers bill could bring hammer...

Georgia is known for having lots of artists who are making waves within the music industry today, but a bill backed by a local...

Mass shootings spur calls for state gun laws; limits face stiff...

The COVID-19 pandemic, the state budget and voting rights have dominated this year's legislative session, but with days to go before lawmakers return to...

Warnock offers to help Wisconsin colleague see past ‘moral blindness’

Atlanta Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock said in an interview on SiriusXM’s The Joe Madison Show that he would like to sit down with Wisconsin GOP Sen. Ron Johnson and...

Asian American lawmakers denounce spa shootings, rise in violence

Georgia's five Asian American lawmakers — Sens. Michelle Au and Sheikh Rahman, and Reps. Sam Park, Marvin Lim and Bee Nguyen — and their allies are...

State lawmakers push bills to unwind spring forward, fall back ritual

This story was updated at 5 p.m. Friday.  If you feel out of sorts next week, you won’t be alone. People across Georgia will likely feel...

Guess which legal gambling oversight the GBI wants to shed? Bingo!

On any given night, you can find Carol Smith hanging out and playing bingo at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2681 in Marietta. The...

Sports gambling bill gaining traction, could get committee vote next week

Legislation to legalize online sports betting in Georgia could come to a vote in a state Senate committee as soon as next week. Expanding legal...

How Marjorie Taylor Greene ascended from Atlanta suburbs to D.C. spotlight

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s short career as a politician has not lacked for drama. The woman known as the QAnon-supporting congresswoman has been a source...
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