Federal prosecutors say an Atlanta man has been sentenced to serve more than two years in prison for fraudulently accepting VA and Social Security benefits on behalf of a recipient who died in 1997.
Georgia’s attorney general is set to kick off an annual food drive competition among the state’s lawyers.
The new president of Alabama State University is expected to receive $1,000 per month for use of her personal vehicle, among other benefits, according to the contract recently released by the school.
U.S. Attorney’s officials say a man has pleaded guilty to bribing an undercover federal agent for immigration benefits.
Atlanta (WAOK) Several thousand Georgians may lose their extended unemployment benefits in the next couple of months. The problem? The state law needs to be changed to make it more in line with federal eligibility […]
An estimated 2 million Americans will begin to lose their extended unemployment benefits starting today.
The Senate and House have finally passed the Presidents bill to extend unemployment benefits to about 2 million people