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Topic - Georgia
The Obama administration's bluster and empty threats of consequences if Russia violated Ukraine's sovereignty only served to show the impotency of President Obama and his national security team.
President Vladimir Putin has turned a once-moribund Russian military into a lean, quick-strike force that can invade Chechnya, Georgia and now Ukraine's Crimean peninsula.
As a counterweight to the European Union, Russia's Vladimir Putin is pursuing an ambitious dream rooted in memories of Soviet glory: The Eurasian Union.
Moscow’s declaration that it intervened in Ukraine to protect Russian “citizens and compatriots” and would do so again has sent shock waves across former Soviet republics that have large, and often restive, ethnic Russian minorities.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, who ordered an internal review after a potent winter storm caught officials unprepared in January, outlined a wide-ranging plan Tuesday for responding to severe weather in the future.
D.C. United made a move to bolster its midfield Tuesday with the acquisition of Seattle Sounders FC Alex Caskey.
A metro Atlanta woman convicted of fraudulently billing the Georgia Medicaid system has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Sarah Palin is saying "I told ya so" on Russian aggression in Ukraine, arguing that the Obama administration's response has only emboldened President Vladimir Putin.
A top Republican senator is worried that Russia will use the political upheaval in Ukraine as an excuse to invade the former Soviet republic and that the Obama administration has no plan to counter that threat.
With Russia exerting its influence over parts of Ukraine, the White House on Thursday issued a stern admonition to Moscow to refrain from "provocative actions" that could plunge the region into deeper chaos.
Rep. Jack Kingston has launched his first statewide television ad in the crowded Republican primary for the U.S. Senate.
Nearly 10,900 immigrants granted temporary permission to remain in the U.S. under a federal policy aimed at people brought to the country illegally as children have applied for Georgia driver's licenses or permits since the policy took effect, state data shows.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has requested more than $40 million in federal disaster relief to help the state regroup from a winter storm earlier this month.
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili is determined to maintain his country's embrace of the West by boosting economic ties with the European Union and eventually joining NATO, but he worries about pressure from Russia to bring the former Soviet republic into Moscow's fold.
Two-time defending European champion Spain faces a seemingly comfortable road to defend its title at Euro 2016 after being drawn Sunday with Luxembourg, Macedonia, Belarus, Slovakia and Ukraine for the qualifiers.