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Georgia elections chief plans changes after security issues
Georgia elections chief plans changes amid security lapses, criticism from voting-technology activists about Brian Kemp's record amid run for governor
Security mistakes prompt changes to Georgia election system
Georgia's top elections official says his office will take over managing the state's elections technology after a major security lapse at the center that has done the work for 15 years
John Kasich: 'I Don't Know If My Purpose Is to Be President'
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich often gets spiritual on the campaign trail, but when he said Tuesday that he wasn’t sure if it was his “purpose” to be president, the contours of a winnowing field squeezed a new meaning out of his standard soul-searching. Kasich got introspective when
With New Robotic Arm, Amputee Drummer Makes His Own Kind of Music
Jazz Drummer Jason Barnes is getting a second chance to play the music he loves.
Raymond Taylor, Teacher at Kennesaw State University , Strips In Front of Class
A teacher at a Georgia university has been arrested after allegedly stripping off all his clothes and standing naked in front of the accounting class he was lecturing. Raymond Taylor, a part-time teacher at Kennesaw State University, was arrested and charged with public indecency on Dec. 6.
Cheap sleeps: Check out what's new at budget hotels
Microtel chief Roy Flora was on a plane when he got the idea: Select a guest when visiting his lodgings and reward chosen ones with a free stay. "I've done it about 50 times," he says. "I look for someone who may be on a restricted budget (perhaps using an AARP card or notably rate-conscious) and I