Here's the latest news for Friday, November 8th: Iran nuclear talks in Switzerland; Philippines hurricane; Obama apology; Jimmy Carter's grandson runs for Governor.
Georgia has been a solidly Republican state for much of the past decade and there has been little good news for Democrats until now, with Jason Carter launching a bid for governor and joining Michelle Nunn on the ballot in 2014. Democrats are expected to invest heavily in the state ...
Jason Carter, the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter and a state lawmaker from Atlanta, said Thursday that he plans to run for governor of Georgia next year, energizing Democrats. (Nov. 7)
Brian Billick previews the Bengals' matchup with the Ravens.
Dayton Daily News' Jay Morrison and CineSport's Brian Clark discuss the loss of Geno Atkins for the Cincinnati defense and preview Sunday's road game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Americans who receive food stamps will see their benefits drop on Friday, when a temporary boost from the 2009 economic stimulus runs out. Congress is negotiating more possible food stamp cuts, as part of a wide-ranging farm bill. (Nov. 1)
A federal prosecutor will conduct a formal review in the death of a teenager whose body was found inside a rolled-up wrestling mat in his high school gym. Kendrick Johnson's family disputes the accidental death ruling, insisting he was murd...
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, October 31st: FAA eases rules on gadgets; Iraq's Prime Minister requests new aid; Prosecutor will review gym mat death in Georgia; Dylan's guitar to be auctioned off in NYC.
Gov. Deal and AG Olens make some water litigation appointments and the states eyes taking over Glades reservoir in North Georgia. Lots of governors in Georgia tomorrow, does Governor Deal need help? Obamacare Will it be a Red Sox world championship.
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, October 23, 2013: President Obama renews talks with Pakistan; Panda twins named; typhoon Francisco bears down on island; and 3-month old Prince George is christened.