Going home

7:00 am Nov. 11, 2014

My father left high school early for the U.S. Army, six months before Pearl Harbor. Any 17-year-old could see what was coming.

None of the seven Galloway brothers were born in this country. Nonetheless, four would

As the results roll in, here are the counties to watch

7:00 pm Nov. 4, 2014

Polls are now closed in the state of Georgia, and we’re all settling in for a long night.

Fulton and DeKalb counties will be critical to the hopes of statewide candidates — and late in coming in. Until then, as you continue to refresh the AJC’s spiffy map, here are some places to watch:

The 12th Congressional District

The re-election fight for U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Augusta, is a big story in

Jason Carter makes his pitch to gay voters

6:00 am Oct. 31, 2014

A week after a prominent gay media outlet snubbed Jason Carter’s candidacy, the Democrat worked to rally gay rights activists at an event in Atlanta.

The Atlanta state senator joined with Human Rights Campaign President Chad