Don Young was not among the eleven Republicans who joined Democrats to expel Greene from the Education and Labor committees.
One in five people getting health care through the Affordable Care Act no longer have a choice of insurers. But those markets don’t have significantly higher prices than areas with competition.
A new trove of leaked documents shows close associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin moved vast sums of money to offshore accounts.
A group of major corporations with business interests in the state had encouraged the governor to veto the measure. Disney had threatened to boycott the state.
Fed up with federal inaction, many states found their own ways to address crumbling roads and bridges.
A group of Juneau residents are calling for the removal of the Mississippi flag on Egan Drive because of its Confederate imagery.
Welfare recipients in Tennessee now have to declare any prior drug history when they apply for public assistance.
Georgians will now be able to carry firearms in such places as schools, bars, churches and government buildings under a sweeping new law signed by the governor on Wednesday.
“Mind-boggling if not historical” ice accumulations are expected Wednesday and Thursday across a wide swath of the Deep South that includes Atlanta, other parts of Georgia, Columbia, S.C., and up to Raleigh/Durham, N.C.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that officials are asking truck drivers to stay away — not just from Atlanta, but from the whole state.