President Barack Obama met with Senate Democrats facing re-election next year to discuss the problem-plagued health care rollout that could affect their races.
Some NSA activities have been happening on "automatic pilot" without Obama administration officials knowing.
Memo says 248 enrolled by Day 2 on Healthcare.gov
In just over a year, Georgia voters head to the polls to select a United States senator to replace Saxby Chambliss, who isn't seeking re-election.
President Obama may praise Mitt Romney's health care plan in Massachusetts on Wednesday, but Romney is not returning the favor when it comes to Obamacare nationally.
House and Senate negotiators are set to begin crafting a compromise farm bill, including cuts to the food stamp program.
For those who aren't owed a refund, agency's options are limited.
President Obama is criticized for repeatedly promising Americans could keep their insurance.
Calls for Kathleen Sebelius to quit HHS post have grown louder.
In the wake of the latest confrontation that pushed the nation to the brink of financial default, lawmakers are posing a management question: Can we continue to trust Congress with raising the nation's debt ceiling?
President Barack Obama's top ally on Capitol Hill says he won't support any attempt this year to ease across-the-board spending cuts hitting the Pentagon and domestic agencies if it fails to include new revenues.
A Warner Robins municipal court judge found Eva Folse guilty after a four-and-half hour hearing held on Tuesday -- National Cat Day.
Democrats controlling the Senate want to avoid future showdowns over the so-called debt ceiling. They are proposing to give the president authority to authorize additional federal borrowing unless Congress can muster veto-proof margins to block him.
Up to 75 percent of those with individual insurance could have policies canceled, experts say.
Administration officials declined to comment on a Wall Street Journal report that Obama did not know about National Security Agency monitoring of 35 world leaders.
Republicans in Congress don't usually fight for tax increases, especially one that's part of President Barack Obama's health care law.
President Obama began laying out his strategy for new budget talks Friday, saying that efforts to cut the budget should not short-change essential programs like education.
She shrugs off calls for resignation.
Karen Handel took a break from jobs talk to address several issues with Randall Savage, including the Affordable Care Act.
A growing number of the president's allies are worried about political fallout from glitches in the administration's health insurance website.
With the partial government shutdown in the past, President Obama renewed his call Thursday for an immigration bill.
Simply put: People who wait until the end of the initial enrollment period - March 31 - will not be penalized.
Speaker John Boehner says he's hopeful the House can act this year on immigration legislation as Republicans privately discuss possible steps to change the current system.
The state ethics commission is set to meet Friday and is expected to discuss complaints involving Gov. Nathan Deal that are now at the center of a pair of lawsuits by two former commission employees.
Myron Mixon grew up in Vienna, Georgia. He's earned three World Championship titles and numerous trophies. He says he owes it all to his family and childhood chores.
Police won't say if Bobby Lee Fordham is a suspect in the murder of 29-year-old Candice Rice, but they say he may have information on the case, and they are askign for the public's help finding him.
A thrift store in Eastman brings a new meaning to "retail therapy."
Kay Meyer she says returning back to her Fort Valley roots to run her father's 86-year-old candied pecan company is where she found sweet success.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office says investigators have arrested two more people in connection with the murder of Robert Saxby.
People in McIntyre are talking about "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo". It's the show shot in the tiny Wilkinson County town.
Frank Malloy joined 13WMAZ in May, 1982, as Sports Director. It's a position he held until the Fall of 1993 when he switched chairs and started anchoring Eyewitness News at 5:00.
Reverend John Thomas says the economy is creating a greater demand for his services, and at the same, he is receiving fewer donations.
The Medical Center of Central Georgia celebrated the 40th anniversary of its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Wednesday.