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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...

Online sports betting could defy odds against new Georgia legal gambling

The odds are looking better for online sports betting in Georgia after a group of high-ranking state senators filed a bill Tuesday night that...

Praise the Lord and pass the pipe bomb The author knows...

Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker singing “Praise the Lord” on the TV was the soundtrack of my childhood. As I’d get ready for school or...

Congress set to strip Confederate names from U.S. military bases

WASHINGTON—Congress this week is expected to pass a massive defense policy bill that President Donald Trump has threatened to veto because it would remove...

Retailers ready to ‘social distance the savings’ for Black Friday 2020...

Black Friday this year marks the start of what could be a difficult holiday season for many Georgians. Tens of thousands of workers continue to...

Stone Mountain Park’s overseers to weigh change to Confederate tributes

Stone Mountain Park leaders announced Monday that they will review proposals to rethink the Confederate symbols and tributes found throughout the state-owned park, which...

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...
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