Friday May 26th, 2017 2:37PM

Ken Stanford

Ken  Stanford
NSA violations compared to Obamacare website ills
The intelligence community's top lawyer on Tuesday defended the surveillance violations by staff of the National Security Agency by comparing programs that collect mass amounts of information on Americans to problems with the troubled health care website.
4:36PM ( 3 years ago )
New allegation made against Zimmerman in court
George Zimmerman's girlfriend said he tried to choke her about a week ago during an altercation that wasn't initially reported to police, a prosecutor told a judge Tuesday during his first court appearance on domestic violence-related charges.
4:33PM ( 3 years ago )
Subtropical Storm Melissa gets a little stronger
Subtropical Storm Melissa has gained a little strength as it swirls over the central Atlantic.
2:02PM ( 3 years ago )
Top staffers depart Gingrey's Senate bid
Four top staffers have left Republican Rep. Phil Gingrey's campaign for Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat.
1:51PM ( 3 years ago )
Centennial students raise $1,900 for cancer fight
Centennial Arts Academy came together during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to "help make a difference."
1:18PM ( 3 years ago )
Towns Co. Christmas Tour of Homes Dec. 7
The Towns County Chamber of Commerce announces plans for a Christmas Tour of Homes Dec. 7.
12:57PM ( 3 years ago )
Deal closer: Iran concedes on right to enrich
Since the start of talks on Iran's nuclear program, Iran has asserted it has a right to enrich uranium - and the United States has disagreed. Both have refused to budge over nearly a decade of negotiations. Until now.
12:37PM ( 3 years ago )
Texas students cancel 'illegal immigrant game'
A conservative student group at the University of Texas cancelled their "Catch an Illegal Immigrant Game" on Tuesday, saying they feared retaliation by campus officials and counter-protests that could endanger their volunteers.
12:36PM ( 3 years ago )
Study: Kids are less fit than their parents were
Today's kids can't keep up with their parents. An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don't run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
12:35PM ( 3 years ago )