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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday directed military medical officials to show within 45 days how they will improve care, patient safety and access to treatment at underachieving military health care facilities.
Officials announced Tuesday that a multi-year contract has been signed with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia that will allow Blue Cross patients to have continued access to Northeast Georgia Health System's physicians and facilities.
Four of Georgia’s Title I school districts - including Jefferson City and Forsyth County - have been honored as Title I Reward Districts, and two Title I schools - including Jefferson Middle - have been recognized as National Title I Distinguished Schools.
Georgia is asking federal education officials to delay the start of teacher evaluations tied to test scores.
Combined U.S.-Arab airstrikes on the Islamic State group's military strongholds in Syria achieved their aim of showing the extremists that their savage attacks will not go unanswered, the top American military officer said Tuesday. Separately, the U.S. launched strikes against a group said to be plotting to attack the U.S. and Western interests.
Two teenage boys are being sought by Gwinnett County authorities in connection with a Lawrenceville house fire that investigators believe to be a case of arson.
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) has announced the finalists for the 3rd annual Georgia STEM Education Awards which recognizes schools, programs, and companies for outstanding efforts and achievements in supporting and promoting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Education in Georgia.
Having spent political capital fighting climate change at home, President Barack Obama will turn his sights overseas next week, urging fellow heads of state to be as ambitious as possible as they negotiate a make-or-break global treaty to be finalized in Paris next year.
The Republican-controlled House voted grudgingly to give the administration authority to train and arm Syrian rebels on Wednesday as President Barack Obama emphasized anew that American forces ``do not and will not have a combat mission'' in the struggle against Islamic State militants in either Iraq or Syria.
Iran's foreign minister is ruling out cooperating with the United States in helping Iraq fight Islamic State militants and warning that the terrorist group poses a much broader global threat that needs new thinking to eradicate.
The House has passed three bills designed to highlight complaints that the IRS mistreated conservative political groups when they applied for tax-exempt status.
A power outage has been reported in a portion of Gainesville, predominately along Clarkes Bridge Road near the intersection with Limestone Parkway.
President Barack Obama is sending 475 more U.S. troops into Iraq to supplement an existing American military presence that is helping Iraqi security forces battle Islamic State militants and secure diplomatic facilities.
U.S. workers face a dim future, with stagnant or falling pay and fewer openings for full-time jobs.
It's almost time for the longest running Oktoberfest in the country - the 44th-annual Helen Oktoberfest.
Anheuser-Busch has nothing to worry about but a brewery, actually a microbrewery, is in the works in Gainesville.
A SWAT standoff in Gwinnett County ended peacefully Thursday night when authorities were able to convince a murder suspect barricaded inside a Lawrenceville home to surrender himself to police custody.
Authorities suspended the search for a missing swimmer on Lake Lanier Tuesday evening and planned to resume search efforts at daybreak.
The Pentagon says U.S. military forces have targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabaab network in an operation in Somalia.
Two Gainesville residents face numerous drug-related charges after being arrested in Hall County on Friday.
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