Restaurant operators are pushing to keep their outdoor dining structures around permanently.
Finding contentment in retirement is more than just saving the right amount of money.
A number of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are using federal funds to help alleviate the financial burden of student loans.
A Georgia man has plead guilty on Tuesday to four murders related to the shootings at three metro Atlanta spas where eight people died, six of whom were of Asian descent.
Three-time Olympian Dominique Dawes delivers her insights into the women's gymnastic team’s second-place qualifying performance behind Russia.
Wealthy Americans can claim tax deductions for preserving land.
Gia Graham never considered trying to teach her graphic design skills. But after uploading a class on Skillshare, she realized it was a hustle worth pursuing.
Unvaccinated people appear more comfortable traveling — and to more densely-populated places — than vaccinated people, according to data from Zeta Global.
The media company plans to construct a new complex that will house the players and says it will provide 400 construction jobs.
Lindiwe Tsope has become the first graduate of Oprah Winfrey's Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa to be awarded a PhD.
Atlanta board reverses firing of officer charged in Rayshard Brooks' death
Severe storms spawning multiple tornadoes moved across the South on Monday, damaging homes and uprooting trees from Mississippi to Kentucky.
Dr. Ben Carson, founder and chairman of the American Cornerstone Institute and former secretary of Housing and Urban Development, joined "Squawk Box" on Monday to discuss why he thinks companies such as Delta Air Lines should not have come out against Georgia's new controversial law that would place more restrictions on voting.
According to travel website Scott's Cheap Flights' best and worst U.S. airports list, hubs like Vegas and Orlando have had the most deals.
Biden's executive actions include directing the DOJ to craft a rule addressing the spread of "ghost guns" and publish model red-flag legislation for states.
Rep. Park Cannon, the Georgia lawmaker who was arrested after knocking on the governor's door, will not be charged, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
U.S. corporations are facing pressure to oppose Republican election laws in Georgia and Texas that critics say disproportionately harm voters of color.
MLB's decision follows an election bill signed on Wednesday by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, which opponents say disproportionately disenfranchises people of color.
Several major corporations in Georgia have criticized the state's controversial new voting restrictions, signed into law last week by GOP Gov. Brian Kemp.