Georgia's voting machines and online registration were almost entirely managed by private companies, prompting security concerns
A 44-year-old immigrant from Mexico died last week at Stewart Detention Center, one of the largest immigration jails in the United States and one that has been plagued by allegations of neglect and abuse for years. Pedro Arriago-Santoya was the fourth person to die at Stewart in just two years and the seventh person to die while in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement since October. An immigration judge had ordered Arriago-Santoya be deported in June. Instead, he was transferred to Stewart on July 10 as his removal proceedings continued. Two weeks later he was pronounced dead at a Georgia hospital. He had complained of abdominal pain and later went into cardiac arrest. Between May 2017 and July 2018, three immigrants died while detained at Stewart--a private immigration jail owned by the megacorporation CoreCivic. We speak with Azadeh Shahshahani, legal and advocacy director at Project South and the former president of the National Lawyers Guild.
Election integrity advocates allege touchscreen voting machines Georgia has used since 2002 are unsecure and vulnerable to hacking
Americans Derek Mize and Jonathan Gregg are suing because their daughter Simone, born via surrogate in England, is being denied U.S. citizenship.
A medical examiner's investigator in Gwinnett County, Georgia, was disciplined after she listed the cause of a man's death incorrectly twice.
All but three of the animals that swam too close to shore made it back to the sea alive
Black Georgia Lawmaker Says She Was "verbally Attacked" By Man Who Told Her To "go Back Where You Came From"
Erica Thomas, a Georgia state representative who is nine months pregnant, says she was "verbally attacked" at a grocery store
A Georgia Couple Is Sued By A White Tenant Who Says She Was Evicted After Having African American Guests
A white woman in North Georgia has filed a housing discrimination suit against landlords who she says evicted her because she had African American guests over for a play date with her daughters, aged 2 and 9.
An SUV crossed the median of a Georgia highway and crashed into a van going the opposite direction, killing seven people and injuring three children, authorities said.
Chick-fil-A employees are known for being polite and eager to please. But a Chick-fil-A worker in Georgia is now being called a hero.
The newborn found swaddled in a plastic bag and crying on top of a pile of leaves and twigs in Georgia this month is ready for her "forever home," an official says.
Forsyth County Sheriff's are still searching for the girl's mother and request any information
A Georgia inmate convicted in the killing of man who gave him a ride in 1997 died by lethal injection Thursday, the state's Department of Corrections said.
Protesters have attempted to storm Georgia's parliament over the appearance of a Russian MP.
Republican state lawmakers use redistricting to push through hardline laws that aren't supported by voters
The company has previously filmed blockbuster movies in the state, including 'Black Panther' and 'Avengers: Endgame.'
Netflix chief content officer said it will work with the ACLU to fight the law in court.
In a sad story from Georgia, a son dived into a lake to save his father--but only the father came out alive, the LaGrange Daily News reports.
A congressional candidate in Georgia is targeting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders all but literally. A campaign video from Republican Harrison Floyd shows images of the progre...