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Twitter users identified the fraternity as Tau Kappa Epsilon.
After the honeymoon, you take the good, and you take the bad.
Meteorology professor John Gyakum has stopped using the phrase he helped coin in 1980. Still, he has high hopes for its newfound popularity.
As always, debate ensues.
Donald Trump's tax agenda undercuts a major subsidy for homeowners.
There's a case for letting your body rest between weight-loss periods.
"It's coming at us faster than we thought."
by Sara Swann On Tuesday, voters in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District will vote in the most expensive House election ever
New research suggests that every U.S. state could be affected by rising sea levels.
Working this last month with Students Against House Bill 51 at the Georgia state Capitol has reminded me of my own time as
Georgia’s “Campus Rape Bill” Is Finally Dead For 2017, Students Are Now Asking For Something Better In 2018
Georgia state Rep. Earl Ehrhart, R-Powder Springs, after the second and final defeat for 2017 of his controversial campus
I recently read an excellent essay by Sanford J. Ungar. Published in Foreign Affairs, the piece explains why it's so important