Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene sparked backlash when she tweeted that the U.S. has "never once shut down" over cancer—prompting Kathy Griffin to weigh in.
Perdue is expected to announce a bid in the Republican primary against Kemp on Monday after being recruited to do so by former President Donald Trump.
Doles said the breakup of the U.S. is "inevitable." He also remains in contact with well-known white supremacists on social media.
Burke County Sheriff Williams told Newsweek his office was working with state and federal authorities to determine the person responsible for the threat.
Recent polls suggest the Democratic activist faces a tough campaign in her second bid for the office.
Schools have been closing across the country since the Oxford High School shooting took place on Tuesday, which killed four people and injured eight more.
One of the election workers was relocated by the FBI after the bureau deemed it unsafe for her to remain at her home from people showing up multiple times.
Abrams, who served as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives between 2007 and 2017, narrowly lost to Brian Kemp in 2018, by about 55,000 votes.
If Abrams is successful in 2022, she will become the first Black governor of Georgia and the first Black woman to serve as a governor in the United States.
The 13-year-old from Douglas County, Georgia, was allegedly making and selling semi-machineguns. He is charged with killing his 14-year-old sister.
Abrams lost to Kemp in their contentious 2018 race by fewer than 60,000 votes and initially refused to concede amid allegations of voter suppression.
Clayton County field training officer Henry Laxson was killed responding to a domestic violence call.
Kenny Wells turned himself in 10 days after his gun went off at Atlanta International Airport's security checkpoint.
The biosurveillance program was expanded to Atlanta's airport, which services flights from Johannesburg.
Officers said the toddler "located an unsecured firearm and fired the weapon, striking the victim."
"I was scared, because like, you never know how crazy people are like," a McDonald's employee said. "He could have had a gun and shoot us all."
Varian Hibbert, 18, has charged with felony murder, aggravated assault and possession of a knife during the commission of a felony.
Marcus Arbery Sr. spoke outside a Georgia courthouse after three men were convicted of murdering his 25-year-old son.
"This guilty verdict is a step toward justice that Ahmaud and his family deserve," California Representative Jimmy Gomez tweeted.
"The country can have confidence that the jury spoke in a unanimous voice of accountability based on the evidence," Michael McAuliffe told Newsweek.
Lawyers for Travis and Gregory McMichael announced their plans soon after the verdicts were announced.
The three guilty verdicts against Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan were reached by a jury of 11 white jurors and one Black juror.
Federal prosecutors have charged the three men with interfering with Arbery's civil rights and attempting to kidnap the Black jogger "because of his race."
The jury in Glynn County, Georgia, reached its decision after roughly 10 and a half hours of deliberation.
The jury found all three defendants guilty of felony murder in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
"'Reasonableness' seems like a simple word, but it plays the most significant role in determining this case," former federal prosecutor Michael McAuliffe said.
Madie Scott worked as a sharecropper first in her home state of Georgia and then in Florida, where she believed she could make more money.
"If the lesser-included offenses are still felonies, then it could support a felony murder conviction," defense attorney Richard Lawson told Newsweek.
"History can teach us important lessons, lessons that if understood and applied make Georgia and its people stronger," the regents said in a statement.
Georgia's state lawmakers approved a redistricting plan that will give Republicans an advantage in nine out of 14 districts.