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Much has been made about Tremont Temple Baptist Church’s role in the civil rights movement.

For seven years, the Tremont congregation has been trying to sell its dilapidated sanctuary at...

Students and faculty aren’t the only ones speaking out about the online hate messages left on Facebook pages of two student organizations at the University of Georgia.

In a letter to UGA...

President Obama’s decision Thursday to allow people to renew their canceled insurance policies for a year appears to have left as many questions as answers among health care analysts.

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When the Braves leave for the suburbs in 2017, the City of Atlanta will lose about $4 million in annual sales tax revenue.

That figure comes from an economic impact study by Professor...

Only 106,000 people signed up for coverage in the new Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges as of Nov. 2, according to federal figures released Wednesday.

The number includes 1,390 people...

A panel of Republican lawmakers moved quickly on Wednesday to recommend suspending Sen. Don Balfour.

Balfour, a Snellville Republican, is facing charges that he accepted daily pay and...

From the mountains to the coast and everywhere in between, Georgia waterways are under stress.

That's the main message coming from this year's third annual release of the Georgia Water...

The future of health care will feature greater use of electronic medical data, and more patients will be involved in their own care, a panel of health officials said Tuesday.

Through...

Emergency medicine is unique.

At any time of the day or night, practitioners in an ER must be ready to treat any kind of problem, said Dr. Sam Kini, a veteran emergency physician. Patients...

The Obama administration later this week will issue much anticipated enrollment numbers for the first month of the Affordable Care Act.

But Monday afternoon...

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