Business to Business in Atlanta, GA

Washington-based Medical Lake Veterinary Hospital shared a post to warn dog owners of the dangers of paw pad burns.

The freeze front creates an unusual liquid flow on the surface of the soap bubbles, new research suggests.

In this episode of the podcast “Southern Fried Soccer,” the Atlanta Journal-Constit...

Family members notified police that a woman drove her vehicle with two children inside into the Kalamazoo River in Michigan.

Police said an Indiana man posed as a millionaire online, established a relationship with a teen in Alaska and convinced the girl to kill her friend.

Detroit Youth Choir, a community-based group led by Choir Director Anthony White, reminded "America's Got Talent" host Terry Crews of himself.

A Brunswick woman died in the hospital a month after she was bitten by a rattlesnake at a friend&rsq...

During the 2019 Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai, we caught up with Andrew Wales, Chief Digital Impact and Sustainability Officer at BT . Our latest Expert Q&A explores employers’ growing need for skills in technologies like AI, and...

The service, called Amazon Restaurants, offered delivery in more than 20 cities in the U.S., including Atlanta.

We're getting older, and the global population is expected to peak at about 11 billion, the U.N. Population Division found.

For a man who wants to be seen as an outsider despite occupying the Oval Office, the rally on Tuesday night presented an opportunity to, at least for one night, turn the clock back to 2015.

Bill Cosby is doing “extremely well” in prison, giving motivational speeches to his fellow inmates and working out.

Petra Costa’s documentary chronicles the impeachment of one president, the imprisonment of another and the triumph of authoritarian politics.

When companies regard so many full-fledged workers as independent contractors, without employment and pay protection, it takes a toll on our economy and society.

Donald Trump's supporters arrived early to get prime seats for the Orlando rally, waiting beneath cloudy skies and enduring heat and humidity.

A popular metro Atlanta eatery, bar and music venue has failed a health inspection in part due to pests and subpar food safety practices. Pizza Bar, 3560 Camp Creek Parkway in southwest Atlanta, scored a 48 on Monday, according to Fulton County health department records. Scores below 70 are a fail.

Police are trying to track down the driver of a vehicle that hit a woman and two children at an Atla...

Reducing the soaring prices of commonly used prescription drugs has become a political priority in the nation’s statehouses. So far this year, 258 bills that sponsors hope will assist consumers in managing pharmaceutical costs have been filed in...

Don't let your level of experience dictate what you think you need to succeed.

The Atlanta City Council on Monday voted to approve the budget for Fiscal Year 2020, which begins July 1. The proposed general fund is approximately $677 million. The budget was approved by a 14-0 vote. The budget includes no increase in the millage rate, a 3.1 percent pay increase for Atlanta Fire Rescue Department sworn…

Poaching boneless, skinless fish fillets in a brothy sauce is a foolproof (and undeniably delicious) method for cooking fish Here, go for meaty, mild-flavored, firm-fleshed varieties like cod, haddock, pollack, halibut or flounder This flavorful sauce, made from burst cherry (or other small) tomatoes, sizzled shallots and toasted garlic, definitely has a summery vibe; feel free to substitute a can of peeled tomatoes if the real deal isn’t in season.

Kenneth Driscol, Sr., Applied Software Senior Specialist, with Carol Dunn In the competitive AEC industry, sometimes it’s a challenge to stand out among the crowd. The industry is ripe for leaders. You need ways to distinguish yourself and become more valuable in your position. Your firm needs ways to differentiate ...

Attacks by the United States risk escalating a digital Cold War and renew questions about whether certain targets should be off limits in cyber conflict.

On April 27, Allison Pearce was riding her bicycle in the two-way bike lanes on 10th Street. She called out to a man occupying the lanes with his friend. The man had a Bird scooter. The only reason that she called out to him was to ask them to move out of the way. Instead, the man deliberately blocked her way with his scooter.

Nothing truly great happens in this world without an ambitious person behind it.

Online reviews reveal opportunities to improve patient experience at emergency departments and urgent care centers.

From half-used paint cans to old electronics, sometimes half of the challenge of getting organized is clearing out the old stuff. That’s why the Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM) is heading to Buckhead to give locals the chance to recycle all sorts of items that are too bulky or hazardous for curbside recycling.…