Ex-U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Passes Away

Remembering a Legal Pioneer Phoenix, Arizona, and the United States mourn the loss of Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to grace the United States Supreme Court, who passed away at 93 due to complications from advanced dementia and a respiratory illness. O’Connor’s passing was announced by the Supreme


Young Thug YSL RICO Trial Continues in Fulton County

Law Enforcement Testimony Expected on Day Four The ongoing RICO trial of rapper Young Thug and his associates in Fulton County Superior Court is set to feature further testimony from law enforcement officials. Wednesday saw Detective Mark Belknap from the Atlanta Police Department’s gang unit delivering his expert insights.

2023 Metro Atlanta Runoff Elections

Decisive Election Day Set for December 5 in Various Metro Atlanta Districts Voters in the Atlanta city school district, Brookhaven, Roswell, and parts of DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, and Henry counties can anticipate crucial

MICHELIN Releases First Atlanta Guide to Fine Dining

Atlanta’s culinary moment has arrived with the unveiling of the inaugural MICHELIN Guide Atlanta, featuring 45 remarkable restaurants throughout the city. The esteemed MICHELIN Guide serves as a standard in the world of

JetBlue Aircraft Tips Like a Seesaw at JFK Airport

No Injuries Reported, Airline to Review Incident A JetBlue passenger plane experienced an imbalance, tipping like a seesaw, while it was unloading passengers at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday,

Teachers Refuse to Follow New APS Grading Policy

Resistance Grows Against Eliminating Zero Grades in Atlanta Public Schools Some educators in Atlanta Public Schools have declared that they won’t adhere to the district’s recently altered grading policy, which omits the assignment