With the hottest days of summer just around the corner, a Georgia campaign to prevent children from being left in cars serves as a warning to parents and caretakers throughout...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a new round of aggressive anti-smoking ads as part of its “Tips from Former Smokers” campaign. Featuring real...
When the Center for Civil and Human Rights opens on Monday, its creators promise visitors more than just a museum, but an experience.
The U.S. military is offering surplus equipment to trusted agencies and governments on an “as is/where is” basis -- and that includes local police forces.
Seeking reliable backup communication in a crisis, emergency managers are finding new solutions in an old technology: ham radio.
Dental regulators in at least 25 states have ordered teeth whitening businesses to shut down, and at least 14 states have changed laws or regulations in recent years to exclude...
As the largest engineering class in U.S. history graduates from the Georgia Institute of Technology this month, some of their class projects may improve, and even save, lives...
Kicking in doors and exploding stun grenades, local, state and federal authorities Wednesday stormed the homes of individuals suspected of trafficking in synthetic designer...
A Georgia couple have been fighting to spare their fifth grade daughter and third grade son from having to take standardized tests mandated by the state. Tracy and Mary Finney...
The number of dogs and cats put to death in U.S. shelters is about one-fifth of what it was four decades ago.