Police initially reported one death—then said two more bodies were found in a truck on the green.
The ride-share driver and mom of two was found hacked up and burned in a mountain cabin after picking up a female passenger in Atlanta.
What’s being alleged? What does the DOJ have to prove to make its case? Is this going to the Supreme Court? A former civil rights prosecutor has some answers.
Attorney General Merrick Garland is getting to work trying to make things right after the Supreme Court got them terribly wrong.
Several provisions of Georgia’s new legislation were made with a “discriminatory purpose,” Kristen Clarke, head of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, said Friday.
The lawmakers claim the fines are “a means of harassing” House Republicans.
Yang moved to Georgia to help the Dems win. Now he’s happy to take cash from two billionaires who helped the Republicans.