Citrus, a relatively new crop for the state, is taking root thanks to the combined forces of climate change, crop science and disease in Florida.
It will need “a lot of TLC," Candice Sides said about the 19th-century log cabin she bought to be her family's eventual home.
Here's where that money has come from, and where it's going.
Critics say the new deduction opens the door to state scrutiny of a woman's health status.
Birds along the coastline were covered in oil, but environmentalists say there may be additional damage to marine life that's harder to see.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill into law that overhauls state election rules and restricts voting in a number of ways.
Two economists weigh in on what a Democrat-led Senate might mean for a stimulus package.
From classic rock to gospel, even music stations are seeing a bump in ad revenue from the Senate runoffs.
Teens need a little extra nudging to cast ballots, so organizers in Georgia are reaching out by email, phone and more.
Local organizing over national ads and more focus on mail-in voting are some of the takeaways from the recent election.