CNBC's John Harwood reports the highlights of the special election for the 6th District in Georgia as the traditionally Republican seat may become Democratic.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on Georgia's special election to replace the seat vacated by Tom Price who became President Trump's secretary of Health and Human Services.
Tuesday's special House election in Georgia is drawing big-time media attention.
If Jon Ossoff wins a special election for Tom Price's seat, Republicans may face the possibility that they could lose control of Congress.
President Donald Trump is getting involved in Georgia's congressional election.
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Dustin Johnson fell on a staircase and injured his lower back a day before the Masters.
Seven Republican states carried by President Donald Trump would be among the hardest hit if a Republican-backed border adjustment tax became law.
Westinghouse Electric is bringing bankruptcy attorneys.
That figure is roughly 13 times the number of lawsuits filed against Trump's three predecessors, NBC News reports.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the Department of Agriculture, NBC News reports.
A huge sinkhole in Hall County, Georgia swallows a semi-truck.
How can the Trump administration replace Obamacare without falling flat on its face? Tell the states to do it instead, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) said he believes Donald Trump's election is illegitimate because of Russian interference in last year's election. NBC News reports.
The wallop is forecast to deliver heavy snow in some areas, NBC News reports.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning starting Friday afternoon for a number of states.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on how the Middle Georgia Investment Club is planning on playing the market under the Trump administration.
A third-party security firm working for the state says the hack was traced back to the Department of Homeland Security.
After Trump's win, minorities have been buying guns to protect themselves, afraid Trump's victory will incite more hate crimes, reports NBC.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running neck and neck in Georgia, however, due to the African-American vote, NBC News reports.