The United Automobile Workers has asserted that Tennessee lawmakers interfered with a unionization vote at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The 7th Circuit rejects a request to escape birth control opt-out regulations on religious grounds.
Military officials say an 82nd Airborne paratrooper has been killed and two others seriously injured in an explosion during a training exercise at Fort Bragg.
A Marietta attorney is asking the federal government to investigate General Motors over its latest recall involving faulty ignition switches of select model years of the Chevy Cobalt and Pontiac G5.
Atlanta Public Schools have decided how to make up the days missed by the recent snowstorm.
The latest cold blast is likely to add to the murky economic picture, which is making it difficult for stocks to advance.
Moody's praised the country's progress in rebalancing the economy, structural reforms and improved market access.
The 2014 Winter Olympics are in full swing in Sochi, Russia, and 11Alive wants to see your spirit back home!
Strategists on both sides say the move will give the GOP ammunition to attack Democrats.
The new social media app Yik Yak is running afoul of school leaders in Roswell and other districts around the nation. They're afraid the app could be used for cyberbullying.
The theme at Georgia Tech Friday night was "weird" as in weird musical instruments.
The Justice Department announced Friday it is revising its rules for obtaining records from the news media in leak investigations, promising that in most instances the government will notify news organizations beforehand of its intention to do so.
The SEC is studying whether more proprietary high-speed trading firms should register as broker-dealers.
The deadline changes fuel the perception that the White House is just winging it.
Critics say the study, intended to judge if the media is meeting the public's needs, is too invasive.
Authorities in northern Michigan say it's no longer safe to visit spectacular ice caves that have formed along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Bobby Jindal, Martin O'Malley, George W. Bush and Kelly Ayotte make apperances.
The interim president says she's interested in hearing more about his "Economic Freedom Zones."
A north Georgia woman who pleaded guilty to federal explosives charges was sentenced to serve six years on probation.
Sernesha Burston, 12, was last seen on Stanton Road Wednesday night when she left home to visit a friend.