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This month, NPR member stations bring you a mix of the most popular songs playing on their airwaves, featuring music from Jorja Smith, Taylor Swift,... [Read More]
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off. [Read More]
Telehealth services aren't new, but they've exploded in popularity due to the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis urged state residents to remain vigilant and heed warnings from local officials and news outlets as Isaias moves closer to the... [Read More]
The CEOs tell Congress that the giant American tech companies do not stifle competition, saying the concern that too much power is concentrated in too... [Read More]
John Lewis embodied his fraternity's motto "Culture For Service and Service For Humanity." [Read More]
The mass tort lawsuit, filed Wednesday morning in the Superior Court of Fulton County, where Georgia Power is based, claims that coal ash stored in an unlined... [Read More]
A second letter begging Gov. Brian Kemp to mandate masks was signed by more than 2,100 health workers across Georgia and delivered Friday. [Read More]
The order includes language aimed at helping his legal case against Atlanta's mask ordinance. [Read More]
The administration awarded a contract for a COVID-19 database to TeleTracking Technologies using a process reserved for innovative research. Its CEO had links to the... [Read More]
State Rep. Steve Tarvin issued an apology Monday over his recent comment that teachers are "self-centered crybabies." He told GPB News he was deeply sorry for... [Read More]
Democrats questioned and criticized the attorney general in a marathon hearing on Tuesday that covered a wide range of controversies. Barr stood his ground and... [Read More]
63% surveyed said cities should be allowed to enact tougher policies. [Read More]
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