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ATLANTA (AP) — When Beverly Hall first arrived in Atlanta as superintendent of the city's public school system, she cautioned she wouldn't be riding in on a white horse and that it would take time to fix the problems of low student performance....
ATLANTA (AP) — Dozens of educators in 11 schools in south Georgia's Dougherty County either cheated or failed to prevent cheating on state standardized tests in 2009, state investigators said Tuesday. The state report describes the misconduct as...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Nathan Deal, Government, DeKalb, Lawyers
The biggest political donor to Texas Gov. Rick Perry during his 11-year tenure has not been one of the state's oil barons or cattle ranchers, but a Washington-based organization into which Perry helped funnel millions of dollars. The Republican Governors...
Top of the TicketNewt Gingrich's campaign seems doomed, but the surviving campaigns gain more staff experience. And then there's Texas Gov. Rick Perry....
The Swampby Mark Silva Debt and taxes. That's what Americans stand to get from the health-care reform that Democrars are pressing, Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson says in his party's weekly address. "Americans have been calling us and e-mailing us,'' the senator......
Top of the TicketRep. Johnny Isakson speaks for Republicans and Obama for his Democratic self....
Top of the TicketVice President Joe Biden went to Georgia on Thursday to tout the latest Recovery Act strategy: investing in Internet access for rural Americans. With Republican Gov. Sonny Perdue and the president of Impulse Manufacturing, a sheet-metal fabrication...
The Swampby Mike Memoli The crowded field of candidates hoping to be Georgia's next governor will likely be narrowed down to a final four tonight, when votes are counted in the state's primary election. Both Republicans and Democrats expect that no......
EARLY ON election day last June, someone broke into a poll worker's garage in the Central Valley town of Sanger and stole 1,000 blank ballots and two voting machines. Sinister, no? Florida 2000! Ohio 2004! Turns out the guy they arrested was just some...
Tags: Georgia, Entertainment, Referenda, Alabama, Missouri
Associated PressGeorgia is poised to introduce two literature classes on the Bible in public schools next year, a move some critics say would make the southern state the first in the U.S. to take an explicit stance endorsing and funding biblical teachings. The Bible...
Tribune national correspondentThis story contains corrected material, published April 11, 2006. (The headline as published has been corrected in this text.) Facing the prospect that Congress might not come up with a new federal immigration law this year, state legislators are taking...
Sun StaffMaryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller ordered an examination yesterday of whether the state should emulate a law passed in Hawaii that limits the price gasoline distributors can charge, as well as copy price-gouging regulations on the books in...
Tags: Georgia, Natural Disasters, Hawaii, Disasters, Energy Resources
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