An Enormous Iceberg Is Headed for South Georgia Island—Again

An Enormous Iceberg Is Headed for South Georgia Island—Again

A massive Antarctic iceberg is headed straight for South Georgia Island, a remote outpost in the southern Atlantic Ocean that is home to millions of seabirds, penguins, and seals that may find their route to the sea blocked if the Delaware-sized chunk of ice gets stranded near their breeding grounds.

Gen Z Has a Plan to Save the Election—Starting With the Polls

Gen Z Has a Plan to Save the Election—Starting With the Polls

On July 1, Marlbrough, now 22 years old and a recent college graduate, launched the Georgia Youth Poll Worker Project, with the goal of recruiting at least 1,000 young people to staff polling sites in the general election.

Georgia’s Failure Shows How Not to Run an Election in the Pandemic

Georgia’s Failure Shows How Not to Run an Election in the Pandemic

Here’s how in-person voting should look during the coronavirus pandemic: lots of polling places, fully staffed with well-protected election workers, each serving small numbers of voters who are able to quickly get in and out without having to congregate at length in close quarters.

The Video Lynching of Ahmaud Arbery

The Video Lynching of Ahmaud Arbery

The elder McMichael is a former investigator who worked with the Brunswick district attorney’s office, which was one of the reasons two prosecutors recused themselves from the case, slowing the process, although I have a hard time believing other racially rooted factors were not at play.

The US Supreme Court Rules That Laws Can’t Be Paywalled

The US Supreme Court Rules That Laws Can’t Be Paywalled

The state claimed to own the copyright for the Official Code of Georgia Annotated and sued a nonprofit called Public.The copyright status of the annotated code matters because the state doesn't publish any other official version.

Georgia's Governor Lets Businesses Reopen. Some Say No Thanks

Georgia's Governor Lets Businesses Reopen. Some Say No Thanks

“It’s a nightmare,” says Ben Horgan, co-owner of the Comet Pub and Lanes, a bowling alley and brewery in Decatur, Georgia.Horgan closed the business on March 16, weeks before government orders, out of concern for the safety of staff and customers; the closure affected roughly 100 employees.

Ransomware Hits Georgia Courts As Municipal Attacks Spread

Ransomware Hits Georgia Courts As Municipal Attacks Spread

And whether a local government is going to rebuild from an attack on its own or pay the ransom, money to respond comes from public funds or through a municipality's cybersecurity insurance.

Telemedicine Makes It Safe to Get Abortion Drugs in the Mail

Telemedicine Makes It Safe to Get Abortion Drugs in the Mail

“We have six clinics providing the service in eight states, and one of them is Georgia. “And these also tend to be the most rural states with the fewest abortion providers.” Raymond’s TelAbortion work helps show that telemedicine is safe, and could provide support in lawsuits against that restriction.

Like Cars? Watch This Ford v Ferrari Trailer Right Now

Like Cars? Watch This Ford v Ferrari Trailer Right Now

Watch This Ford v Ferrari Trailer Right Now. Do you like things that go vroom ? Godzilla: King of the Monsters landed fairly flatly over the past three days, bringing in just $49 million at the domestic box office.

Citing No Evidence, Brian Kemp Accuses Georgia Democrats of Hacking

Citing No Evidence, Brian Kemp Accuses Georgia Democrats of Hacking

Now, two days before an election in which Kemp himself is the Republican candidate for governor, he has levied similarly unsupported charges—this time against his democratic opponents.The Georgia Secretary of State’s office released a short statement on Sunday morning that it had opened an investigation into the Democratic Party the previous evening, “after a failed attempt to hack the state's voter registration system.”The Democratic Party of Georgia sharply denied the accusations in a statement to reporters.