Georgia's passing offense struggled last season, but a new offensive coordinator and a strong recruiting class of receivers should set up the Bulldogs well in 2020.
A new sales tax measure could bring much needed fairness and effectiveness to Georgia's tax collection system.
The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. spent his life serving others. This MLK Day is a strong reminder that we need to continue to help our communities.
Police officers often receive unfair privilege after committing crimes. They need to be held to the same standard as everyone else to minimize future pain.
The Athens Mayor and Commission will have a chance to create a new historic district in west downtown. Before doing so, it should make sure that the historic district would work for everyone.
Women still face discrimination in Hollywood, but they've made important strides in achieving equality.
The economy is exceptionally strong right now, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is excelling. While fresh out of college or still in school, millennials may struggle to find jobs for which they qualify. Further, where millenials live could affect their job prospects. According to a study …
Irresponsible tax cuts have hurt Georgia's tax revenue, forcing the state to make cuts to programs that benefit all Georgians.
The U.S. government's decision to kill Maj. Gen Qasem Soleimani continues a long history of U.S. aggression against Iran and will lead to greater suffering for Americans and Iranians.
Gov. Brian Kemp has until Jan. 21 to give written support for refugee resettlement in Georgia. Not doing so would be a moral stain on Georgia politics and damage the Georgia economy.
University of Georgia students had differing opinions on the longer academic semester and how they would adjust UGA's Academic Calendar.
Rep. John Lewis has spent his whole life serving others, so Georgians need to serve him during his battle with cancer.
By trying to appease its activist base, the Democratic Party hurts its chances to select a candidate fairly and win the general election.
Don't shy away from political debate with family. The best gift you can give to your relatives this Christmas might be a new perspective.
Every year, there are fears of getting into heated political arguments with family members. If that's you, you don't need to feel guilty about avoiding politics for a short time.
University of Georgia students had mixed opinions on whether they would prefer a longer reading period.