Stacey Abrams criticized after posing maskless surrounded by masked childrenDemocrat Stacey Abrams' campaign is assailing her critics after she posed for photos mask-less and surrounded by masked children during a visit to a Georgia school.
CNN President Jeff Zucker Resigns After Failing To Disclose RelationshipJeff Zucker has announced his resignation as president of CNN, writing in a memo he failed to disclose a romantic relationship with a colleague at the company.
Ex-Dolphins coach Brian Flores on racist hiring practices in NFL: 'Humiliation, disbelief, anger'Former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores has filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL and three other teams—alleging several instances of racial discrimination.
Atlanta's Spelman College Among HBCUs Targeted On Day 2 Of Bomb ThreatsFor the second day in a row, several historically Black colleges and universities received bomb threats on Tuesday.
Justice Department offering two of Ahmaud Arbery's killers plea deals on hate chargesFederal prosecutors have reached plea deals on federal hate crime charges with two of the three White men convicted of killing Black man Ahmaud Arbery, court documents show.
Dolly Parton Released A Line Of Southern-Style Cake Mixes, But You May Have To Wait To Try ThemDolly Parton is taking on a new venture: a partnership with Duncan Hines, offering cake mixes and frostings.
Special Grand Jury Granted In Georgia's Trump Election Interference ProbeA Georgia district attorney's request to have a special grand jury impaneled for her investigation into possible interference in the 2020 presidential election by former President Donald Trump has been granted.
Americans Are Quitting At Record Rates. Georgia Leads The Pack.Employees in a handful of states handed in their resignations at a much higher rate than the national average, according to new government data. 
Actor, Comedian Louie Anderson Dies At 68Actor and comedian Louie Anderson had died at the age of 68. Anderson was a familiar face on TV as the host of 'Family Feud' from 1999 to 2002.
Biden, Harris Bring Push For Federal Voting Rights Laws To AtlantaPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Atlanta on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, to bring attention to voting rights legislation currently stalled in the Senate.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger On Life Post-2020 ElectionGeorgia Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger blamed the "outright lying campaign" for the January 6 Capitol attack on Former President Donald Trump.
'I Used Kevin Durant's Story As A Launching Pad': Reggie Rock Bythewood On AppleTV+'s 'Swagger'The director talks about creating a TV show inspired by NBA superstar Kevin Durant's youth basketball experience.
73-Year-Old Woman Killed By Comfort Sheep At Cultivate Care Farms Near BostonA comfort animal is believed to have caused the death of a volunteer at a farm outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
2 Tigers At Pittsburgh Zoo Test Positive For COVID-19Two tigers at the Pittsburgh Zoo have tested positive for COVID-19.
New York City Announces First-In-The-Nation Vaccine Mandate For Private CompaniesNew York City previously imposed vaccine mandates for city workers, but this would be the first in the nation for private employees.