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ATLANTA — The Georgia AFL-CIO and its affiliated unions endorsed Stacey Abrams for governor at a press conference held outside the IBEW Local 613 offices in Atlanta. Abrams was joined by Georgia AFL-CIO President Charlie Flemming, Savannah Regional Central Labor Council President Christi Hul…

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Peloton CEO John Foley acknowledged Thursday that the company is "considering all options" — including layoffs and production curbs — after a report that the fitness firm has stopped manufacturing its bikes and treadmills sent shares crashing.

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MACON — Co-defendants who led law enforcement on a motorcycle chase on I-75 at speeds of up to 150 mph, resulting in two deputies being struck and injured by a passing car during the pair’s arrest, have pleaded guilty to distributing nearly three kilograms of methamphetamine.

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A federal judge on Thursday denied InfoWars host and right-wing conspiracy theorist Owen Shroyer's attempt to dismiss the four charges against him in connection with the January 6 Capitol riot.

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The rebound just wasn't meant to be. After rallying for much of the day, Wall Street's major indexes dropped into negative territory in the afternoon.

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Netflix is set to report fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday. Typically, Wall Street's eyes would be set squarely on the streamer's subscriber growth. But this time, there's something new for investors and industry observers to look at: Netflix's sales projections after it raised its prices.

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ATLANTA — Two months after Pfizer’s COVID vaccine was authorized for children ages 5 to 11, just 27% have received at least one shot, according to Jan. 12 CDC data. Only 18%, or 5 million kids, have both doses, Kaiser Health News reported.

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MACON — A well-known dog-fighting trainer and breeder who owned Cane Valley Kennels was sentenced to the statutory maximum of five years in prison resulting from an investigation into a significant multistate dog fighting and cocaine trafficking ring.

 

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