Georgia Social Blog

Everything Georgia & More

Former Atlanta Falcon running back Jamal Anderson was tired, not drunk, when he was arrested Sunday morning, his attorneys said Wednesday.

Continue reading about Attorney: Jamal Anderson wasn’t drunk


For President Barack Obama to turn his Supreme Court victory into a clear-cut political win this fall, he must do something other candidates have failed to do: make voters care that GOP opponent Mitt Romney once embraced the…

Continue reading about Analysis: GOP sees tax opening in Obama court win


President Barack Obama is praising the coordinated government response to wildfires in Colorado, saying times of tragedy and emergency bring Americans together.

Continue reading about Obama lauds coordinated response to Colorado fires


Turned away at the Supreme Court, congressional Republicans sketched a strategy Friday to repeal the nation's health care law in 2013 that requires a sweeping election victory carrying Mitt Romney to the presidency and…

Continue reading about GOP plots 2013 strategy on health care repeal


Congress emphatically approved legislation Friday preserving jobs on transportation projects from coast to coast and avoiding interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students, giving lawmakers…

Continue reading about Congress passes student loans, highway jobs bill


Casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson is making another huge campaign contribution aimed at electing Republicans and voting President Barack Obama out of office.

Continue reading about AP source: Adelson giving $10 million to aid GOP


President Barack Obama plans to take a break at his presidential retreat beginning this weekend.

Continue reading about Obama to head to Camp David for weekend break


President Barack Obama absorbed the devastation of Colorado's wildfires Friday, visiting a neighborhood struck by the flames and taking in the acrid smells of charred homes while plumes of smoke rose from the surrounding…

Continue reading about Obama viewing fire damage in swing state Colorado


Texas Gov. Rick Perry has spent much of the past three years loudly and defiantly fighting against what he views as Washington meddling in state affairs, often refusing to cooperate with the U.S. Environmental Protection…

Continue reading about Texas’ battle against feds leads to more oversight


The Justice Department declared Friday that Attorney General Eric Holder's decision to withhold information about a bungled gun-tracking operation from Congress does not constitute a crime and he won't be prosecuted…

Continue reading about Justice won’t prosecute Holder for contempt