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Liberia needs help from U.S. troops, more ambulances and food to cope with the Ebola crisis, but the deadly disease can be brought under control by the end of the year, its ambassador to the United States said Wednesday.
Medicaid chiefs from red and blue states are urging Congress to stem the cost of revolutionary new drugs for hepatitis C, cancer, and other diseases.
North Korean officials said Monday they met for the first time with a United Nations special investigator on human rights and ``envisage'' him visiting their country. A U.N. official confirmed the meeting.
Their majority in jeopardy, Senate Democrats unleashed a late-campaign round of attack ads Monday accusing Republicans in key races of harboring plans to cut Social Security and Medicare.
The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will sponsor a career expo Thursday morning, Nov. 6, in Gainesville. It will be held from 9:00-12:00 at the GDOLís Gainesville Career Center, 2756 Atlanta Highway, near Chicopee.
Early voting ends Friday in Georgia for the Nov. 4 general election.
The last several days have been nothing but sunny and warm, but north Georgians can rest assured, winter is on the way.
Iraq's fractured army has begun to regroup and stage modest, localized attacks on the Islamic State militants who routed them last spring and summer, but they are unlikely to be ready to launch a major counteroffensive for many months, senior U.S. military officials said Thursday.
The 23-year-old Maryland man who climbed over the White House fence Wednesday night has been charged with felonies for assaulting two police dogs and making threats, the Secret Service said Thursday.
A group of demonstrators protesting police brutality and mass incarceration temporarily blocked traffic on a freeway in downtown Atlanta.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal says the first meeting has been scheduled for the state's newly formed Ebola response team.
A group of soldiers from the Augusta area is being sent to West Africa to help officials working to contain the spread of the Ebola virus.
The Georgia House Study Committee on the Role of the Federal Government in Education will hold its next meeting Tuesday in Oakwood.
A Texas-based cruise ship carrying a Dallas health care worker who is being monitored for signs of Ebola returned to port early Sunday.
The Governorís Office of Highway Safety honored several local law enforcement agencies and officers at this yearís North Georgia Quad Meeting recently in Gainesville.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal says state officials and hospitals are prepared if patients are diagnosed with Ebola, but he approves of calls to ban travel from impacted countries.
With an infusion of cash into the race for Georgia's open Senate seat, national Democrats are signaling they believe the state is still in play with less than three weeks left before the Nov. 4 election.
Human testing of an experimental Canadian-made Ebola vaccine began Monday, with federal officials saying the drug could be shipped to West Africa within months if it proves successful.
Early voting begins Monday in Georgia for the Nov. 4 general election.
A Georgia politician got a temporary restraining order earlier this week against a journalist blogger he accuses of threatening and harassing him.
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