An anchor and a studio guest were discussing the regional political issues and economic situation. Out of the blue, a cat jumped on the table and sat right in the middle. The guest was surprised and burst into laughter.
Passersby stopped to pull people from the burning vehicle Saturday evening along I-85 near the I-985 split, Gwinnett County police Sgt. Michele Pihera said in a news release. The area is about 35 miles (56 kilometers) northeast of downtown Atlanta.
The phone call with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Saturday was the latest step in an unprecedented effort by a sitting president to pressure a state official to reverse the outcome of a free and fair election that he lost.
Trump says “the stakes in this election could not be higher” as he warns a boisterous crowd of several thousand supporters about Democrats winning control of the Senate. The crowd shouted back, “Fight for Trump.”
Tourism in Georgia was booming but the coronavirus has turned that on its head, with closed borders and a ban on foreign visitors dealing a savage blow to an industry that attracted millions every year.
Fistfights broke out among Georgian lawmakers on Monday as a parliamentary committee debated a bill on "foreign agents" which critics say is modelled on draconian legislation in neighbouring Russia.
Riot police used water cannon to disperse protesters near Georgia’s parliament on Tuesday and detained several activists, hours after thousands rallied in the capital demanding electoral system reform.
The jury in a federal court in Washington, D.C., found that Giuliani owes the workers, Wandrea "Shaye" Moss and her mother Ruby Freeman, roughly $73 million to compensate them for the reputational and emotional harm they suffered.
Leila Achishvili is the first women to get a driving licence in the valley. She is the owner of Leila's Guesthouse in Jokolo, a village in the Pankisi Gorge, Georgia.