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How many times have you walked in the door and said to your partner, “You’re not going to believe what happened at work today...”?

A listener named Susan wonders if employees are breaking...

A grandson of former President Jimmy Carter has announced he will run for Governor of Georgia. Jason Carter, a Democratic state Senator from Decatur, near Atlanta, filed paperwork Thursday to...

Thousands of Georgians are getting notices that their health insurance policies are being terminated because they’re not compliant with the Affordable Care Act.

The cancellation notices...

State Sen. Jason Carter is getting into the governor’s race.

The Atlanta Democrat told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Wednesday he will make a formal announcement of his challenge to Gov...

The history department at Columbus State University is peering back into America’s civil rights struggle and its local ties to Georgia.

The university is currently hosting Freedom...

Here's a cheat sheet about Tuesday's elections, starting with the most surprising news:

-- A Squeaker In Virginia. Democrat Terry McAuliffe...

Voters across Georgia went to the polls Tuesday for municipal elections. In two special elections, they were there to elect two new state lawmakers. Both Representative Donna Sheldon, R-Dacula,...

Tuesday is the day for Georgia special elections. Four seats in the Georgia General Assembly are up for election after their holders stepped down to run for U.S. Senate in 2014.

Here’s the...

The financial arithmetic from the Affordable Care Act could inadvertently undermine the safety net in Georgia, the CEO of Grady Health System said Tuesday.

Grady’s chief executive, John...

More than 11,000 Georgians lost HOPE grants to attend state technical colleges when the state Legislature imposed tougher academic requirements in 2011, and more than half have not re-enrolled in...

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