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Gov. Nathan Deal has until April 29 to sign or veto bills passed this year by the state legislature. But some experts say he may not veto anything.

That’s partly because Deal works...

Monday is the last day to sign up for healthcare coverage through the Affordable Care Act this year.

Anyone who wants coverage under the ACA will have until tonight at midnight to begin an...

Each year, the federal government provides more than $150 billion in grants and loans to help students pay for college. And while...

A study released Wednesday ranked Clay County as the least healthy county in the state for the second year in a row.

The fifth annual County Health Rankings, released by the Robert Wood...

Two weeks ago, 12-year-old Nokubhega's mother died from drug-resistant tuberculosis.

"I love singing and dancing to the song," Nokubhega says as she marches around in a hot pink skirt and...

A chasm exists in language learning.

It involves the cumulative total of words that babies and toddlers hear — and even more importantly, the words they don’t hear. It’s called the “30...

On the porch of a log cabin outside Nashville lies the junk of country music royalty an old bowling ball here, a Hotpoint stove from the 1940s there. Part retreat, part recording studio, this is...

A lawyer for the family of a camera assistant killed by a train while working on a movie set in coastal Georgia says he’s preparing a lawsuit.

Sarah Jones, 27, of Atlanta, died Feb. 20...

State lawmakers are embarking on the final two days of the 2014 legislative session this week. And the two chambers will vote on more than 100 bills between them before adjourning Thursday night...

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