Georgia

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"I've never seen more grassroots enthusiasm than I've seen here, and it's not me," said candidate Jon Ossof. "It's just the times we're living in. It speaks to the intensity of people's engagement in the political process." (Photo: John Bazemore/AP)
The fight for Georgia's sixth district, left vacant by the newly-installed Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Tom Price , is being seen as the first test of the resistance movement with Democrat Jon Ossof, riding a wave of frustration over President Donald Trump, emerging as the race's leading contender. Monday marks the deadline to...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
On the Saturday morning of a holiday weekend honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.,...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Islamophobic graffiti on a mosque in Bayonne, New Jersey.
Two separate armed right-wing militias have threatened violence against Muslims...