Atlanta Police hope the public can help them find the person who struck and killed a cyclist last night in northwest Atlanta near his home.
In Georgia, a state where strict gun laws are virtually impossible to pass, do we really need two groups of Second Amendment advocates under the Gold Dome?
Atlanta Beltline and city officials, citing utility relocation work, are pushing back the demolition and reconstruction of the Edgewood Avenue bridge.
The Federal Aviation Administration's still looking into whether several concessions firms who won lucrative contracts to set up shops and restaurants at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport deserved "disadvantaged" status.
New York's driver's licenses, already the most crushable and magnificent innovations in the history of government ID cards, are getting cooler.
Years ago, a former metro Atlantan packed up and moved to Costa Rica. Now his coffee company there is changing the economics of coffee.
A defense contractor actually discovered technology that could make the world a better place.
Ten years after the United States started the Iraq War, David Corn of Mother Jones looks at the conflict's cheerleaders in the media.
This is why we can't have nice things.
Stop being so racist and sexist, no-hyphens.
The correct hashtag is #BlkWomynLivesMatter♀
What other random things are this diverse group of activists concerned with? I'm going to…
Someone killed a homeless lady, wrapped her in a rug, and stuffed the body in…
Alexia Christian made her bed and now she's sleeping in it. End of story.