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21 Savage was honored with a proclamation officially declaring Dec. 21 as "21 Savage Day" in the state of Georgia. The proclamation ceremony, conducted by State Representative Billy Mitchell, took place at an annual holiday gift event hosted by the rapper's Leading By Example Foundation in Stone Mountain on Wednesday.

Sen. Raphael Warnock, the Democrat incumbent senator in Georgia, defeated former football star Herschel Walker in the Georgia runoff.

Nikki Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, threw a racist jab toward Sen. Raphael Warnock during a rally for Herschel Walker.

Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker stated that his opponent, Senator Raphael Warnock, would "embarrass me" in their upcoming debate. The former football star made the comments at an event in Savannah, Georgia before stating that he was aggravated when asked about his dodging earlier debate invitations.

A white Georgia high school principal is under fire after being caught on camera using the n-word while trying to explain the harm of racial slurs to a white student. He apparently didn’t realize the student was recording him, but that’s only a legitimate excuse if you’re of the opinion that racial slurs are OK […]

Trevian Kutti has been called to testify in a meddling probe in the state after the publicist illegally threatened an election worker.

According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the home invasion happened in the wee hours of the morning over the weekend.

Laquitta Willis was a cashier at the Big Bear store in Dekalb County when Victor Lee Tucker Jr. left the store and came back to commit the crime.

According to the still-developing reports, one member of Rondo's crew suffered wounds.

The three white suspects involved in Ahmaud Arbery’s death have been charged with federal hate crimes. They are also awaiting a trial date for state-level charges related to the case.

The former secretary of HUD and noted conservative was a guest on CNBC's Squawk Box program over the weekend.

Outdoor apparel company Patagonia has released a statement condemning Georgia's restrictive voting rights law by donating $1 million to groups working to reverse it and calling for more corporate leaders to do more to protect demorcracy.