Air travel tips to navigate flight cancellations and delaysFlight cancellations and long delays have become the norm at airports around the country, as staff shortages continue.
Apple stores file papers to unionize, including 1 in AtlantaAdd Apple to the list of major U.S. companies, including Amazon and Starbucks, facing an incipient push by workers to form a union.
Former Atlanta news reporter heads to Poland to help Ukrainian refugeesA former Atlanta television reporter traveled to Eastern Poland, near the Ukrainian border, to do what he could to help in person.
'Terror and anguish' persist one year after killings at Atlanta-area spasPresident Joe Biden on Wednesday remembered the victims of the shootings at three massage businesses in Georgia a year earlier and decried racism, misogyny and gun violence.
Delta Air Lines Pilots Protest In Atlanta Over Scheduling IssuesDelta Air Line pilots protested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Thursday, demanding the company address pilot shortages and scheduling issues.
Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Announces Suspension of Business in RussiaThe Coca-Cola Company, based in Atlanta, said in a release Tuesday afternoon, that it was suspending business in Russia.
Metro Atlanta Groups Ride To Selma For 57th Anniversary Of Bloody SundayMetro Atlanta labor and voter advocacy groups rode to Selma, Ala., for the 57th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
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.
Home Health Agency To Pay Millions To Settle False Claims Act AllegationsPruittHealth, Inc. and affiliated entities (“Pruitt”) have agreed to pay $4.2 million to resolve allegations that they submitted claims for home health services that were not covered by the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and that they failed to refund overpayments that they had received from Medicare and Medicaid in a timely manner.
Georgia Man Sentenced For Filing False Liens Against Federal Government OfficialsHakim Amal Archible has been sentenced for filing false liens against federal government officials, including former IRS Commissioner John Koskinen and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.
Six Defendants Indicted For FraudVikas Mehta, Walter Valdivia, Pradip Parikh, Jaime Salas, Alpesh Patel, and Darash Shah have been indicted for wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering conspiracy, and money laundering.
Atlanta Man Arraigned On Charged Of Wire And Computer FraudChristian Akhatsegbe has been arraigned on federal charges of wire and computer fraud conspiracy, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft related to a multi-million-dollar cyber-fraud scheme allegedly perpetrated through email phishing, credential harvesting, and invoice fraud. Emmanuel Aiye Akhatsegbe, who is believed to be residing in Nigeria, was also charged in the scheme.
Former Georgia Insurance Commissioner Sentenced For Stealing More Than $2,500,00.00Former Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck has been sentenced to federal prison following his conviction for stealing more than $2,500,000 from the Georgia Underwriting Association (GUA).
U.S. Secretary Of Labor Visits Atlanta For Roundtables On Gender Pay Gap, Low WagesU.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh joined Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and community leaders in Atlanta for roundtable discussions on the gender wage gap, low wages and other workforce issues.
Man Guilty To Conspiracy To Commit Wire Fraud And Securities FraudMark Melnick has pleaded guilty to a criminal information charging him with conspiracy to commit wire and securities fraud arising from a years-long scheme to manipulate the prices of short-term call options in large, publicly traded companies.