Today’s links feature an Olympic horse race and a political horse race.
Nadia Ilse, a bullying victim from Georgia, got free plastic surgery courtesy of the Little Baby Face Foundation
Despite its reputation for representing liberal causes, the organization has taken on the case of a group widely regarded as a hate group, and not for the first time.
In Georgia, civil rights activists fight to stop the hate group from sponsoring a road cleanup program.
The rare but terrifying disease has infected a fourth victim in Georgia, doctors say, while another is suspected in Pennsylvania.
Despite the physical and psychological pain the 24-year-old has suffered, her family members aren’t lamenting — they’re celebrating.
In a second reported case, a new mother has been infected with necrotizing fasciitis in South Carolina.
MIT’s future students receive their acceptance letters in shimmering silver cardboard tubes. It’s more of a legacy item – the mailing used to contain a poster – but now it’s simply a postmarked reminder of the …
Candy — a group of five teenagers from the Republic of Georgia — has won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Working at Georgia’s Shorter University isn’t a nine-to-five gig. It’s a way of life.
An initially unremarkable mistake proved fortuitous for one lucky lady.
Making people pay for their distasteful sartorial choices? That’s one way for a town to generate income.