Death Penalty Case Heard by Racist Juror Is Reopened by Supreme Court

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that a juror’s racist statements required an appeals court to reconsider a death row inmate’s case.

Live Briefing: ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Swirls Northward, Bringing Snow and Bitter Cold

The storm, which dropped sleet or snow as far south as Florida, was expected to produce blizzard conditions as it moved up the Eastern Seaboard.

Georgia, Facing ‘Difficult Dilemma,’ Keeps Nuclear Project Alive

Regulators approved plans to continue building the only two nuclear reactors still under construction in the country, despite delays and overruns.

‘Please, God, Don’t Let Me Get Stopped’: Around Atlanta, No Sanctuary for Immigrants

The region has seen the biggest spike in ICE arrests during the Trump administration, and undocumented immigrants in the suburbs are trying to lie low.

Georgia Students Will Share $3 Million After Intrusive Searches

The authorities subjected 850 high school students to “unreasonable, aggressive and invasive” searches, a lawsuit alleged. They were looking for drugs, but found none.

Five Arrested in Georgia in ‘Heinous’ 1983 Killing of Black Man

Two members of law enforcement were among those facing charges in the murder of Timothy Coggins, and officials said the crime was racially motivated.