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The computer files of more than 40,000 federal workers may have been compromised by a cyberattack at federal contractor KeyPoint Government Solutions, the second breach this year at a major firm handling national security background investigations of workers at federal agencies, the government confirmed Thursday.
U.N. experts say radical splinter groups within the Taliban movement that are strongly opposed to any negotiation with Afghanistan's new government are gaining prominence.
Freighters once carried Cuban nickel and limestone to the port of New Orleans and North Dakota beans to Havana. Cuban families ate bowls of American rice, while U.S. tourists flocked to casinos and nightclubs in Havana.
Banks, retailers, commuters and teachers will keep their temporary tax breaks for another year after Congress gave final approval Tuesday to a massive tax package affecting millions of businesses and individuals.
North Korea is asking the United Nations Security Council to put the CIA's harsh treatment of terror suspects on its agenda for debate.
The new Mason Street Parking Deck located near the Forsyth County Administration Building in Cumming is now open. It is the second of two new downtown parking decks to open in recent months - both part of the county’s new courthouse and jail project.
An investigation into an alleged armed robbery led to the arrests of three Gainesville men on Sunday.
A Baldwin store owner is taking issue with restrictions on package sales of alcohol in Banks County.
Swapping crisis for compromise, the House narrowly approved $1.1 trillion in government-wide spending Thursday night after President Barack Obama and Republicans joined forces to override Democratic complaints that the bill would also ease bank regulations imposed after the economy's near-collapse in 2008.
Federal prosecutors say a Russian man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for illegally exporting firearms parts to Russia.
The nation is falling behind on maintaining its aging levees, dams, ports and harbors and needs to get creative as it seeks ways to pay for the critical projects, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' commander general said Wednesday.
The IRS paid at least $6 billion in child tax credits in 2013 to people who weren't eligible to receive them, a government investigator said Tuesday.
Interactive Neighborhood for Kids is getting closer to its fundraising goal for a new state-of-the-art children’s museum in south Hall County.
Gwinnett County police are investigating an apparent murder that occurred Saturday in Auburn.
Hall County officials will host a public input meeting Thursday on the project list for the Special Purpose Location Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) to be voted on in a referendum next spring.
Attorneys for a Montana man said in court Thursday that his adrenaline was sky-high and he was defending his home when he fired a shotgun four times into his garage in April, killing a 17-year-old German exchange student.
A 21-year-old Alto man has been identified as the victim of a three-vehicle crash in White County Wednesday night.
Senate Republicans are showing divisions over President Barack Obama's pick for attorney general. Some cite the president's executive actions on immigration as reason for pause, but others are open to the selection of Loretta Lynch.
Declaring the ``fight is nowhere close to being over,'' President Barack Obama on Tuesday heralded strides in the effort to confront Ebola in West Africa and in protecting the U.S. against the spread of the deadly virus. He said squelching the disease remains an urgent priority even if the American public's attention has shifted elsewhere.
Stores are welcoming a second wave of shoppers in what has become a two-day kickoff to the holiday shopping season.
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