by Alan Pyke May 23, 2016
Eddie Robinson went into jail as a truck driver who couldn't pay a fine. He came out blind in one eye and homeless. That's capitalism for you.
by Carimah Townes Apr 27, 2016
Childhood trauma and violent crime are often linked.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Apr 14, 2016
Immigrant communities in North Carolina and Georgia are still living in fear.
by Zack Ford Mar 28, 2016
"I do not think we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based communities of Georgia... Georgia is a welcoming state. It is full of loving, kind, and generous people. And that's what we should want."
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 25, 2016
If Georgia passes an anti-gay "religious liberty" bill on May 3, the state stands to lose billions of dollars in revenue.
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 23, 2016
Walt Disney Co. and its Marvel Studios film unit are threatening to boycott the state of Georgia.
by Katie Valentine Mar 19, 2016
If Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signs a religious liberty bill into law in the coming weeks, he may have to say goodbye to his state's hope of hosting a Super Bowl.
by Alan Pyke Mar 16, 2016
Georgia is one of the last holdouts that bans people from food stamps for life if they are convicted of a drug crime. That's about to change.
by Samantha Page Mar 15, 2016
The most recent five-year plan from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management won't allow drilling in the Atlantic and will limit permits in the Arctic.
by Carimah Townes Mar 9, 2016
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