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Atlanta Named Finalist In Amazon Headquarter SweepstakesAtlanta is one of the final 20 cities in the running to host Amazon's HQ2, slated to bring over 50,000 jobs.
Former Atlanta City Official Punished for Bribe ScandalFormer chief of procurement for the city of Atlanta, Adam Smith was sentenced to more than a year in prison Tuesday morning for exchanging city contracts for cash.
Town Hall Meeting Tonight To Discuss Sam's Club ClosureThe Sam's Club in Stonecrest closed abruptly last week
'America Is Already Great. If You Had The Benefit Of 244 Years Of Free Labor, You'd Be Great Too'Donald Trump and his administration were frequent subjects at The Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Ecumenical Commemorative Service - even with HUD Secretary Ben Carson in attendance as one of the guest speakers.
Atlanta Police: Please - no guns in cars at championship gameSecurity is expected to be especially tight for Monday's CFP championship game between Alabama and Georgia with President Trump in attendance.
We Remember 2017: The Year The Men Were FiredLooking for a job? There are several openings after the year that saw more than 50 men either get fired, resign or suspended following allegations of sexual misconduct.
African-American Mayor In Georgia Can't Get The Keys To His OfficeMayor Davis is now protesting his own city and will refuse to sit in council meetings until his city is desegregated.
Former ‘Apprentice’ contestant Omarosa leaving White HouseOmarosa has resigned as director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison, effective January 20th.
Mary Norwood Says She's The Unifying CandidateThe run off election is Tuesday December 5. Listen as Mayoral Candidate Mary Norwood talks to Rashad Richey about her vision for the future of Atlanta.
Should Obama Be Tried For War Crimes in Libya?Should Obama be tried for war crimes before the United Nations​? Robert Patillo suggests that political decisions assisted in creating hostile environments around the globe.
Atlanta City Council President Debate Gets HeatedFelicia Moore and Alex Wan went head to head on issues related to criminal justice, affordable housing and leadership style.
Keisha Lance-Bottoms: "I Will Not Be An Extension Of Mayor Reed's Administration"As the race to see who will be Atlantas next Mayor heats up, Councilwoman Keisha Lance-Bottoms spent some time with Rashad Richey to clarify her stance on the top issues that will decide the outcome of the election.

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