There are some big stories making the news around the world today.
Including a big arrival in London.
We take a look at some of the headlines for this Monday... July 22nd.
People in Cleveland are dealing with another case of missing women.
A registered sex offender was charged today for slaying three women whose bodies were found in a neighborhood in East Cleveland.
It is the third case in four years that involves multiple killings or abductions in the community.
Civic leaders in the town say this is partly to blame on the break down of neighborhoods... And how people connect to one another in the town that is quote "down on it's luck."
In the past year... The Cleveland area has lost more jobs than any big urban center nationwide.
The American Civil Liberties Union wants state authorities in Florida and Massachusetts to investigate the death of a Chechen man... Who was fatally shot while being questioned about ties to the Boston Marathon Bomber.
Ibragim Todashev (IH'-bruh-heem TOH'-duh-shehv) was shot and killed in May... While Massachusetts state troopers and Orlando police officers questioned him.
Original statements by officials claimed Todashev lunged at an FBI agent with a knife... but they later said it was not clear what had happened.
The FBI leads the investigation.
In world news... many watched and waited for months to see when Prince William and his wife Kate would have a baby... And today... The waiting stopped.
Just before 4:30 this afternoon... The royal couple announced the birth of a baby boy... Who is third in line for the british throne.
President Obama says the birth of the new prince comes quote "at a time of promise and opportunity" between Britain and the United States.
The new heir was born at 8 pounds 6 ounces. No name revealed yet..
And those are just some of the stories around the world this Monday July 22.
In state news... Governor Nathan Deal and State School superintendent John Barge say... Georgia will no longer associate with the Common Core Curriculum.
This will ensure that officials in Georgia keep control over the academic standards and testing with in the state.
According to state school leaders - Using a general assessment would not allow education officials in Georgia to adjust standards for students.
Barge says the partnership for assessment of readiness for college and careers would cost more than 27 million dollars... Which is more than the state allots in the budget for system wide assessment.
A federal judge reset Georgia's election calendar... And this effects more than state and county elections.
The ruling by the judge requires at least 45 days between main elections and runoffs... To allow time for absentee ballots to return. Candidates running for office may face longer runoffs and earlier primaries as a result.
Campaign strategists say a longer runoff will allow candidates to raise more money... And momentum.
The GOP primary for Georgia's open senate seat is almost guaranteed a runoff.
Democrats expect a strong candidate to emerge through their primary.
Qualifying re-opened today for the Macon-Bibb consolidated government races.
And one new candidate put his name on the ballott..
Al Tillman qualified for the district 9 commission seat... And will run against current city council president James Timley.
Tillman says his campaign will focus on boosting the area's economy... And bringing the community together.
<we want to be able to encourage entrepreneurship, in our district, in our community, people need jobs. We're going to try to encourage people to become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship drives this community, it drives this country.>
Qualifying for the September 17th nonpartisan election will close Wednesday at noon.
Advance voting begins August 26th.
Michelle Nunn... Daughter of former U-S Senator Sam Nunn... Announced today... she will be running as a democrat in the race for the seat vacated by Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Nunn becomes the first major Democrat to enter the race. On the Republican side, U.S. Reps. Paul Broun of Athens, Phil Gingrey of Marietta and Jack Kingston of Savannah - along with former Secretary of State Karen Handel - have entered the race.