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favicon ajc.com —  1+ hour, 30+ min ago

TSA warns government shutdown could bring long wait times at airports

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...Security lines during busy periods at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport can already extend to 40 minutes in standard screening and 20 minutes... ...The Transportation Security Administration warned that a government shutdown could mean long waits for travelers trying to get through security screening... ...“We're prepared for it,” said Robert Spinden, TSA’s federal security director in Atlanta.... ...Screenshot from Fulton County Superio...

favicon ajc.com —  2+ hour, 24+ min ago

Judge denies another Trump defendant seeking move to federal court

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...District Court Judge Steve Jones rejected a bid from a defendant in the Fulton County election interference case to move proceedings to federal court... ...This time, Jones turned back Jeffrey Clark, a former Justice Department official who was indicted last month for racketeering and criminal attempt... ...The former White House chief of staff quickly appealed the ruling, which is pending before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.... ...Attorneys representing three additional defendants -- Trump electors David Shafer, Cathy Latham and Shawn Still -- separately argued for federal...

favicon ajc.com —  5+ hour, 40+ min ago

New COVID vaccine rollout is bumpy and may not be resolved for weeks

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..., who spoke during a webinar on COVID held Thursday by USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism.... ...their Moderna orders but not their Pfizer orders,” DPH spokeswoman Nancy Nydam said in an email to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution....

favicon ajc.com —  5+ hour, 19+ min ago

Judge in Trump racketeering case denies motion to suppress evidence

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...Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Friday denied a motion by former Trump campaign attorney Kenneth Chesebro to toss out emails and... ...election interference case brought by Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis.... ...report to the Fulton County Courthouse.... ...McAfee's orders were posted during a housekeeping meeting the judge held with attorneys for Chesebro and co-defendant Sidney Powell and Fulton County...

favicon atlantadailyworld.com —  8+ hour, 21+ min ago

Why Donald Trump Decided Against Moving RICO Trial From Fulton County To Federal Court


...Donald Trump will take his chances in Fulton County. 28m the former U.S.... ...Trump could have attempted to move the trial to the Northern District of Georgia that could have likely provided a more Republican-leaning jury pool... ...Fani Willis, centers around the 2020 election probe when Trump asked former Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger during a phone call to help him... ...Three weeks ago, Trump’s co-defendant Mark Meadows failed in his bid to have his trial moved out of Fulton County....

favicon ajc.com —  9+ hour, 7+ min ago

Abortions increased last year in Georgia — except for Black women

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...That prediction looks to be coming true, with state Department of Public Health data showing that Black women were the only single-race demographic... ...Black women still received the procedure at a higher rate in Georgia than any other racial group.... ...(Tony Leys/KFF Health News) Credit: The Carter Center... ...Born in Queens, New York, and raised in northern Virginia, Maya attended Spelman College and then the University of Maryland for a master's degree...

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What happens to health care in a shutdown? Five things to know

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...Scott Applewhite/AP Credit: Scott Applewhite/AP For the first time since 2019, congressional gridlock is poised to at least temporarily shut down... ...big parts of the federal government — including many health programs.... ...But the Department of Health and Human Services is full of “discretionary” programs -- including at the National Institutes of Health, Centers for... ...The White House Office of Management and Budget is responsible for drawing up contingency plans in case of a government shutdown and publishes one...

favicon ajc.com —  8+ hour, 52+ min ago

Capitol Recap: Georgia’s Ossoff, Ohio senator to probe federally subsidized housing

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...Jon Ossoff of Georgia and Sherrod Brown of Ohio say they will investigate whether owners are being held accountable for poor conditions at federally... ...in metro Atlanta that receive federal funding to subsidize rent for tenants with low incomes through the Section 8 Project Based Rental Assistance... ..., executive director of the Housing Justice League.... ...to use it on their behalf, said Bridgett Simmons, a staff attorney with the National Housing Law Project, which helps tenants and low-income homeowners...

favicon ajc.com —  9+ hour, 59+ min ago

Ninety-nine ways to celebrate Jimmy Carter

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...As he has done in recent years, Jimmy Carter will celebrate his birthday quietly in Georgia.... ...The couple has lived in the same ranch house since 1961, save for their years in the governor’s mansion and White House.... ...(up to 1952) Credit: John Amis / AP Credit: John Amis / AP Attend Sunday school with Carter at Maranatha Baptist Church (2018) Jimmy and Rosalynn... ...explains how the Allman Brothers “put me in the White House” (2016) Learn the untold story of Jimmy Carter, his best friend and a murder charge....

favicon ajc.com —  22+ hour, 59+ min ago

BREAKING: Trump will not seek to move Fulton case to federal court

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...In a surprise, two-page notice filed in Fulton Superior Court, attorney Steve Sadow said Trump based the decision “on his well-founded confidence... ...Former President Donald Trump has decided not to seek to move his election interference trial from Fulton County to federal court, his lawyer said... ...Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee was named by Republican Gov.... ...Caren Morrison, an associate professor of law at Georgia State University, noted that Sadow had been in court for at least two of those removal hearings...

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