For ousted emergency head, one disaster stands out among many

5:15 pm Nov. 25, 2014

The hallways of Charley English’s Atlanta offices are lined with front-page newspaper clips depicting the many disasters he’s quietly handled as head of Georgia’s Emergency Management Agency. But there’s no sign of any ink-stained reminder

In a downtown Atlanta protest, geography matters

9:49 am Nov. 25, 2014

Organizers and public safety officials are preparing for a rally at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Underground Atlanta. The event was announced shortly after last night’s grand jury decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson with the fatal

Herman Eugene Talmadge Jr. has died

9:16 pm Nov. 24, 2014

We’re in the season of obituaries. We’re told that Herman Eugene Talmadge Jr., son of the late senator and governor, and grandson of yet another governor, has died at the age of 72. We are bereft of details, but are told that he suffered from liver cancer.

Delta has Obama’s back on ‘much-needed’ immigration reform

4:37 pm Nov. 22, 2014

If you are a Republican office-holder in Georgia, you have condemned President Barack Obama’s unilateral effort at immigration reform as illegal, unconstitutional and crassly political.

You can’t afford not to.

But perhaps surprisingly, this act also puts