Crews in New Orleans are expected to begin Monday the recovery of the bodies of two workers who died nine months ago when the Hard Rock Hotel collapsed during construction.
The Newton County community paid its respects Friday to Judge Horace J. Johnson Jr., a man described as a steadfast friend, brother in Christ, gentleman lawyer and devoted family man.
Gov. Brian Kemp is poised to reopen the Georgia World Congress Center for standby hospital beds and medical equipment amid a recent increase in COVID-19 positive cases and hospitalizations in the state.
Tyson Foods and other meat processors that became early hotspots for the Covid-19 pandemic are reportedly accelerating plans to have robots replace human meatcutters.
Facebook is considering banning political advertising on its platform in the days leading up to the US presidential election in November, a person familiar with the discussions told CNN Business. The potential ban has been under consideration since last fall, the person said.
The NFL has no issues with players battling in the trenches and tackling each other while playing a full-contact sport where it is impossible for players to physically distance from one another.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office on Friday confirmed that Andres Guardado, the teenager whose death on June 18 sparked outcry across Los Angeles, was shot five times in the back.
Amazon has instructed its employees to remove the short-video app TikTok from their devices immediately, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Chick-fil-A, the chicken fast-food chain boasting bovines as its mascot, has postponed its upcoming Cow Appreciation Day, an annual event in which customers dress up in cow attire to get free food.
Netflix is no longer the only streaming game in town. But an analyst at Goldman Sachs still thinks Netflix is the king (and queen, thanks to season 6 of "The Crown") of content stocks.
ATLANTA - Georgia House Speaker David Ralston is living up to his pledge to consider moving criminal justice reform beyond the hate crimes bill the General Assembly passed last month.
A landmark court ruling has led to nearly half of Georgia’s most high-risk sex offenders being released from their ankle monitors over the past year, marking a legal quandary that state lawmakers fell short in addressing during the 2020 legislative session.
The following charges and arrests were reported by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Conyers Police Department, Georgia State Patrol, and Georgia Pardon and Parole for the period of June 30-July 6, 2020:
Rivian, a Michigan-based company with plans to make fully electric pickups and SUVs, announced Friday that it secured an additional $2.5 billion in funding.
Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue praised President Trump during a White House appearance. Now prominent Hispanic voices like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Lin-Manuel Miranda are calling for a boycott of the brand.
Instagram will ban any content that promotes conversion therapy, the social media platform told CNN on Friday, after activists called on it to block providers from advertising their services online.
A memorial dedicated to five firefighters who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks has been vandalized in a New York village.
Holding homemade signs, a crowd has gathered in downtown L.A. nearly every Wednesday for two and a half years, screaming a familiar chant.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the United States, travelers are still not federally required to wear a mask on a passenger jet. But Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the government should make it a mandate.
At the end of May Tesla granted CEO Elon Musk stock options worth $1.8 billion today. Now, it's about to that again -- for a second time in just over two months.
Popular apps including Spotify, Pinterest and Tinder were crashing on iPhones on Friday in what appeared to be a widespread outage linked to a Facebook bug.
The nation's schools have been in an upheaval since the pandemic began. And now, amid a resurgence of Covid-19 cases, states are revisiting contingency plans to safely reopen them.
This year's federal income tax deadline was postponed to July 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the Internal Revenue Service has made it clear that Tax Day won't be pushed back again.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian tells CNN's Harlow Poppy he thinks the federal government should require airline passengers to wear masks. He says masks are mandated on Delta flights and that passengers have been compliant.
Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta, tells CNN's Poppy Harlow he thinks "it will take 2-3 years" for the airline industry to get to a new level of normal.
Sportico CEO Dick Glover thought Labor Day would be the perfect time to launch a new trade publication about the sports business. It's when college football and the NFL seasons are in full swing, as is golf, the US Open and baseball. Hockey and basketball training camps are just getting started.
A woman soldier for the first time will join the Green Berets, one of the Army's most elite units, after graduating this week from US Army Special Forces training.
Students and families are encouraged to participate in the second annual Great Georgia Pollinator Census on Aug. 21-22 coordinated by University of Georgia Cooperative Extension.
A mandatory masking order is in effect in the city of Atlanta, requiring everyone inside Georgia’s capital city to wear masks in public and in businesses open to the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATLANTA - While initial unemployment claims in Georgia continued to decline last week, the state paid out an all-time record of more than $857 million in state and federal jobless benefits.
Two trillion dollars is a lotta money -- government stimulus and budget deficit kind of money. But three American tech companies each could soon be valued at that 13-digit amount.
Newton County’s attempt to hold a public hearing on the budget was “bombed” Tuesday evening when the Zoom virtual meeting was disrupted by profane words and pornographic images.
An ICU nurse who stood in defense of Arizona's early stay-at-home order and other Covid-19 precautions now says she feels her profession is forgotten as crowds gather and her hospital reaches capacity.
The governor of Utah has declared a state of emergency in response to protests in Salt Lake City.
Kansas City Chief's player Mitchell Schwartz spoke out on Thursday about DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic social media posts, calling on the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver to be more careful about how he uses his platform.
Japan has announced plans to build one of the world's most sophisticated stealth jet fighters, likely a twin-engine aircraft designed to take over the country's critical air defense role sometime in the next decade.
The family of a woman who worked at a Pennsylvania long-term care center filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the facility, her employer and others alleging misconduct led to the spread of coronavirus and ultimately, the employee's death.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is facing mounting pressure to release inmates as corrections officials scramble to contain outbreaks of coronavirus at state prisons.