Voters began lining up outside polling stations in the predawn hours, some using their cellphone flashlights to help other voters fill out pre-registration forms.
- July 23, 2013A new study shows that your potential for climbing the income ladder in the United States is largely dependent on your hometown.
- April 13, 2012The author tells the story of "neo-slaves" who made the bricks that pave the streets of downtown Atlanta to this day.
- August 4, 1992 | Listening to AmericaBill Moyers looks at the city of Atlanta. Despite the divisions within the city—rich and poor, black and white—people are coming together to work for a better community.