Day 1: Discord, the first lady and the Bern
2016 Presidential Race

Day 1: Discord, the first lady and the Bern

The Dems in Disarray narrative was partly quelled by the First Lady's speech and by Bernie Sanders urging his tearful supporters to get behind Hillary Clinton. |  Michelle Obama blazes path for Clinton | Stacey Abrams stresses aspirations |  Wingfield: DNC a house divided  | Bookman: Democrats get unity back  |  Monday night photos  | Full coverage: AJC at the DNC

Planners unveil post-Braves development vision

Planners unveil post-Braves development vision

The Turner Field area — now dominated by a ballpark and lonely parking lots — could be a denser and more walkable community with a street grid much like what was lost decades ago by development of two stadiums and freeways.
Torpy: DeKalb commissioner returns to racial sewer

Torpy: DeKalb commissioner returns to racial sewer

Two months ago, I wrote that DeKalb County Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton was stooping to a new race-baiting low when she distributed a flyer showing that her opponent, a black man named Steve Bradshaw, is married to a white woman.
As pick for No. 2, Tim Kaine sees gifts come under scrutiny

As pick for No. 2, Tim Kaine sees gifts come under scrutiny

WASHINGTON — Barr Pharmaceuticals gave Gov. Tim Kaine of Virginia a ride on a private jet to a meeting in Aspen, Colorado, at a time in 2006 when it was lobbying him over issues related to its drug sales, state records show.
Will Latino voters turn out for Hillary Clinton?

Will Latino voters turn out for Hillary Clinton?

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump may be hurting badly in polls of Latino voters, but he could still win the presidency if enough Latino voters don't feel compelled to go to the polls and wait in line to cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton.
Will Latino voters turn out for Hillary Clinton?

Will Latino voters turn out for Hillary Clinton?

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump may be hurting badly in polls of Latino voters, but he could still win the presidency if enough Latino voters don't feel compelled to go to the polls and wait in line to cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton.
Is this sprawling Baja resort sustainable? It depends on whom you ask.

Is this sprawling Baja resort sustainable? It depends on whom you ask.

The night was quiet except for the sounds of the waves brushing the shore and the wet slap of the Pacific sierra as the fishermen, working by the light of a battery-powered lantern, pulled them two at a time from their boat and slung them into crates to be carted away to customers around the southern Baja Peninsula.
The dark knight

The dark knight

Welcome to a world without rules. (I want you to read this paragraph in your super-scary movie trailer voice.
Why Republicans should vote for Hillary Clinton

Why Republicans should vote for Hillary Clinton

With the theatrics and tumult of the Republican National Convention behind us, many Republicans remain steadfast in their opposition to Donald Trump to be president of the United States.
How Obama failed Black Lives Matter

How Obama failed Black Lives Matter

No life deserves to go unmourned. That idea lies at the heart of Black Lives Matter, which loudly proclaims that for too long, black lives have been callously destroyed and have gone unmourned by the American justice system.
A volcano can’t stop the wine

A volcano can’t stop the wine

Chiara Vigo was just a young girl at the time, but the eruption of Mount Etna in 1981 is burned into her memory.
Democrats get off to a rough start

Democrats get off to a rough start

Democrats got a taste of the same chaos that rocked last week’s Republican National Convention as they opened their meeting Monday, as their party’s chairwoman was forced to announce her resignation, rowdy delegates booed the very mention of Hillary Clinton’s name and Vermont U.
Alpharetta fund manager, 85, accused of fraud

Alpharetta fund manager, 85, accused of fraud

An 85-year-old Alpharetta man who was barred from the investment brokerage industry 45 years ago was accused of defrauding investors with the help of his 55-year-old son, according to federal investigators.
APS test about to begin: Can new team transform struggling school?

APS test about to begin: Can new team transform struggling school?

In the years since Vanshelle Turner’s sister went to Thomasville Heights Elementary School, in the years since she herself taught there, Thomasville had been dubbed one of the worst schools in the state by Atlanta Public Schools’ own superintendent.
Morris making major transition for Falcons

Morris making major transition for Falcons

Raheem Morris played defensive back in college.Every game he’s coached in the NFL, he has been on the defensive side of the ball.
Which Obama speech is the one for the history books?

Which Obama speech is the one for the history books?

Few political careers and presidencies have been more defined by speeches than Barack Obama's. His 2004 speech at the Democratic National Convention vaulted him into the country's consciousness.
John McCain's Grand Canyon adventure

John McCain's Grand Canyon adventure

THE GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — As the drama and controversy that defined the Republican Party's coronation week for Donald Trump unfolded, Sen.
Behind Hillary’s mask

Behind Hillary’s mask

Right after the Sept. 11 attacks, I ran into Hillary Clinton outside an armory in Manhattan that served as a sort of clearing house for tragedy, where people brought pictures of the missing and checked for information.
Trump promised the truth. We checked the facts

Trump promised the truth. We checked the facts

CLEVELAND — Donald Trump’s acceptance speech here was filled with Trump-like hyperbole and the kind of vague political rhetoric that is hard to pin down.
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