The history of Georgia is told in a series of bronze statues that ring the State Capitol Building. On the
The time has come to tie a bow on this year’s business in our beloved appeals court. The court has
Our local war correspondent (Dennis C. O’Brien) has sent in this report from the front lines. The byline: A magistrate’s courtroom inside
On Friday afternoon, while the snow fell on Atlanta, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Erik Hughes v. United States.
Humans first left Africa 60,000 years ago to wander the Earth. They embarked on a wave of human migration that has
If you asked Jabba the Hutt whether strangulation is violent, what would he say? Or Radio Raheem in Do the
FBI agents can be a diligent bunch. Well, except when they’re not, like the FBI supervisor who invited a woman
Was I the only person who left the State Bar on Wednesday humming La Marseillaise? Probably. But the event was