The federal government says U.S. commercial fishing generated more than $144 billion in sales in 2016, a total about in line with trends of recent years.
A Canadian man who coerced girls in Georgia and Mississippi to perform sexually explicit acts while they chatted online has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
A commission considering a replacement for Georgia's antiquated voting system plans to hold a last meeting in January before finalizing recommendations to lawmakers.
Government documents show that railroad company Norfolk Southern Corp. is working with Georgia officials on plans to relocate its headquarters from Norfolk, Virginia, to Atlanta.
Democrats hope to turn the issue of voting rights into an argument that's just as persuasive to voters in 2020 as health care proved to be in 2018. And there's already competition among likely presidential hopefuls...
Aaron Sorkin is a huge fan of courtroom dramas but when he returned to Broadway with a legal thriller this winter, he had to shake off a real courtroom drama.
Court records show two former players of an Atlanta-area college's football team and two other men have been accused of organizing a bet over a basketball video game on the school's campus and robbing some...
Several Southern states hit hard by a wintry storm were bracing early Tuesday for plunging temperatures that could refreeze melting snow and make roads more treacherous.
Hertz is teaming up with Clear, the maker of biometric screening kiosks found at many airports and stadiums, to slash the time it takes to pick up a rental car.
A three-story house in Houston built in 1927 by a World War I veteran and long-rumored to have been home to actor Clark Gable has been demolished.
Police say two teenagers in a car stolen near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport led officers on a chase that ended with sheriff's deputies firing gunshots, but no one was injured.
Federal prosecutors say an Atlanta realtor and businesswoman has been sentenced to serve more than seven years in prison after defrauding clients out of more than $22 million over two years.
Georgia's governor is delaying the opening of state government Tuesday because of potentially slippery road conditions in the northern part of the state.
County-certified election results show a state lawmaker losing his northeast Georgia seat by just two votes in a court-ordered repeat of a primary election.
A hearing has been set for an Alabama man seeking a new trial over his death sentence for kidnapping and killing an Auburn University student.
President Donald Trump is weighing at least four people to serve as his next chief of staff, after plans for an orderly succession for departing John Kelly fell through.
Amid concerns that electric scooters are being dumped all over Athens and pose a danger to the public, the local government has temporarily banned them.
Kansas' new Democratic governor promised voters not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services.