Black Georgia High School Students Sue Their School District Over BLM Clothing Ban

The federal civil rights lawsuit highlights a double standard that permits students to wear Confederate flag-emblazoned attire.

Stacey Abrams is “Likely” to Run Again for Office

Two-time candidate for Georgia governor, Abrams says when she’s not working to improve voting rights laws and access, she’s about another run.

Facial Recognition Leads To A Black Man Being Wrongfully Arrested

Analyst Randall Reid, 28, was jailed the day after Thanksgiving despite having a mole and being 40 pounds heavier than the suspect on film.

Stacey Abrams Campaign Under Scrutiny: $1M In Debt, Former Staffers Allege Wasted Spending

The campaign raised more than $100 million for the rematch against Gov. Brian Kemp.

Raphael Warnock’s Senate Runoff Win Confirmed By State Audit

The Georgia Secretary of State requested an audit to make certain the election was accurate.

Georgia’s GOP Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger Wants To End Runoff Elections

Democrats have won stunning runoff victories in recent years over Georgia Republicans.

Pastor Jamal Bryant Wants To Bring Black Men Back To Church By Growing Weed

“I’m looking for people that smell like weed," he said.

Sen. Raphael Warnock Holds Off Challenge From Herschel Walker In Georgia Senate Runoff Election

The win gives Democrats a clear majority in the Senate, and Warnock a six-year term.

Analysis: Georgia’s Election Frenzy Ends Tonight; What Voters Can Expect

The vote may favor Warnock, but there is a slight path for Walker to win.

Georgia Senate Race Adds Up To the Most Expensive Political Contest Of 2022

The campaigns are raking in money, but tracing where it’s coming from can’t fully happen until the race is called.

Georgia Sets Single Day Early Voting Record For Upcoming Senate Runoff

Voters shatter the previous record set during the 2016 presidential election.