Why Democrats and transit will be relevant in 2015

5:44 pm Dec. 10, 2014

Two years ago, the concept of expanding fixed rail to move more commuters through metro Atlanta was declared dead – staked through the heart by the defeat a sales tax referendum.

One month ago, Democrats in

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

Jesse Jackson defends the Muslim version of Tim Tebow

9:59 am Oct. 1, 2014

On Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Jesse Jackson had just finished going over his agenda for a three-day meeting of his Rainbow/PUSH organization in Atlanta, when the topic shifted to sports.

Specifically, to the Monday night NFL