Lawyers: Former Atlanta Fire Chief Fired For Religious ViewsKelvin Cochran was fired from his job as Atlanta Fire Chief after he wrote a book called "Who Told You That You Were Naked?" and gave copies to about a dozen subordinates.
Georgia Governor To Veto 'Religious Liberty' BillMajor businesses had threatened to pull out of Georgia if Governor Deal signed HB 757 into law.
Headlines: Mike Bell: "If You Don't Like It, Don't Ruin It For The Rest Of Us"The guys went through some of the headlines that happened over the weekend. Carl and Mike were very adamant about the Atlanta Hawks starting to peak at the right time...
Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Appeals Her Jailing Over Gay MarriageA defiant county clerk is willing to stay in jail for her beliefs, but she'd prefer to be a free woman.
GA GOP District Conventions Support 'Religious Freedom' BillEleven of 14 of Georgia's Republican district conventions have voted to urge the Legislature to pass Columbus Sen. Josh McKoon's so-called "religious freedom" bill that failed in the 2015 legislative session.
Some In Georgia GOP Fear Harm From 'Religious Freedom' IssueThe divide within the Georgia Republican Party on a religious free measure came into clear focus at a March rally opposing the bill.
'Religious Freedom' Fight Ramps Up As Bill Remains StalledA divisive religious freedom bill remains stalled in a Georgia House committee as lawmakers enter the final two days of the legislative session surrounded by pressure from supporters and critics who say the bill can be used as a defense for discrimination against gay or transgender people.
Lawsuit: Feds Retaliated Against Navy Chaplain For Holding Mass During Government ShutdownA Catholic Navy chaplain is the target of retaliation from the federal government after he refused to stop practicing religious services during the recent government shutdown, a lawsuit against the Department of Defense alleges.