Tuesday afternoon, the Atlanta Falcons officially announced the completion of a conceptual design for the new Atlanta stadium, and said they plan to move immediately into the schematic design phase of the project.
The Obama administration is threatening to veto a measure that would ban almost all abortions after a fetus reaches the age of 20 weeks.
Falcons stadium would have an eight piece retractable roof, with an an enormous transparent wall overlooking downtown Atlanta.
The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out a provision inn Arizona's voter registration law that required proof of citizenship.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he will appoint a panel Friday to decide whether indicted state Rep. Tyrone Brooks should immediately be suspended from office.
Stadium public funding opponents face tough battle to collect 35,000 Atlanta voter signatures in just 60 days
The State Road and Tollway Authority signed a contract for what could be $10 million worth of public relations over the next five years.
Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard is defending the way he's been spending money confiscated from criminals.
President Obama defended National Security Agency surveillance programs Friday, saying they are designed to promote public safety and protect civil liberties.
The U.S. government has obtained a top secret court order that requires Verizon to turn over the telephone records of millions of Americans to the National Security Agency on an "ongoing daily basis," the UK-based Guardian newspaper reported.
Georgia Tech researchers build unmanned aircraft that can communicate with each other and make decisions, with little human input.
Gov. Nathan Deal is urging the state's cadets leaving to attend U.S. military academies to work hard, fight through adversity and make the state proud.
A government report blasting the Internal Revenue Service for its spending on seminars, speakers and training videos lists 22 Georgia conferences at high-end hotels in downtown Atlanta and on St. Simons Island off the Georgia coast.
A 20-member state commission has its first hearing on Ava's Law, a bill requiring insurance coverage for treatment of autism.
Tea Party, anti-abortion and other conservative groups told Congress on Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service held up their applications for tax exemptions, harassed them with questions and leaked their donor lists to political opponents.
Pianist Chuck Leavell of Dry Branch is currently playing North America on the Rolling Stones 50th anniversary tour. The tour does not feature former Gov. Sonny Perdue on cowbell. But this video does.
Traffic could jump as much as 18 percent when Ga. 400 tolls are eliminated in November.
More development is being eyed for the MLK Historic District near Downtown Atlanta, in an area full of history.
Less than a year ago, there was a lot of buzz surrounding Atlanta's "gulch," a blighted area downtown. For over two decades, planners have been dreaming of a new, modern transportation hub there.
Atlanta bike share program would mimic similar programs in New York, San Francisco, Boston and Washington DC.