Smartphones are going against one of the long-held rules in portable electronics, that smaller is better. The NYT reports.
A Georgia lawmaker wants to get slow-poke drivers out of the fast lane.
Despite some protests, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal sees no need to discontinue a specialty license tag featuring the Confederate battle flag.
We're taking a look at something we're all familiar with -- football helmets. Not all of them are keeping local high school athletes as safe as they could be.
A 17 year old high school student was followed by three suspects onto a Marta bus and robbed at gunpoint.
Winter is back! The cold air has been pushing into Georgia all day.
A drug trafficker who placed a pipe bomb in a gift-wrapped microwave oven in a plot to kill two potential murder witnesses was executed Wednesday for the 1992 death of a Florida highway trooper who became the unintended victim.
When the market is flying high, Mad Money host Jim Cramer says go to cash and prepare to buy the next selloff.
President Obama will ask Congress to overhaul corporate and business taxes to pay for a four-year, $302 billion transportation bill.
Though most Americans agree more with Democratic policy positions, the Republican Party is benefiting from the support of self-described independents.
University of Georgia football star Chris Conley is a self-proclaimed "Star Wars" geek. He's so into the sci-fi series that he's making a tribute movie on-campus to profess his love.
The $3.7 trillion US municipal bond market has been stunned by what would have been unthinkable a few months ago: Puerto Rico debt is rallying.
Authorities are investigating whether the shooting of a bus driver who says a book of Bible verses in his pocket helped stop two bullets was a hate crime.
Authorities say a police officer in South Carolina shot a 70-year-old man reaching for a cane during a traffic stop because he thought the man was grabbing a rifle from the bed of his pickup truck.
The former Montana governor joins the liberal cable news channel as a contributor.
The probe largely clears the department of any issues with conflicts of interest.
The State Department's inspector general said the department had acted properly in choosing a contractor to review the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Sgt. Eli Patterson, Georgia Army National Guard, wounded in Afghanistan, reunited with his wife and one-year old son in late January, after spending nine months undergoing surgeries and rehabilitation at Fort Gordon, Ga.