Between the shouting matches and insults, one local debate expert thinks President Donald Trump came out on top of Tuesday's presidential debate.
International students are faced with uncertainty about their education in the US following Monday's announcement by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Health experts say the increase of COVID-19 cases can be traced back to Memorial Day weekend and fear the 4th of July weekend could have the same effect.
Cases of COVID-19 are going up in Georgia, but the number of deaths is going down according to Dr. Carlos del Rio of Emory University School of Medicine. That combination of bad and good news is happening for two reasons del Rio said Monday.
Many health care workers have been working tirelessly on the frontlines in the battle against COVID-19.
While Norman Hulme shelters in place working from home as a graphic artist for Emory University, he takes comfort knowing the injections, the multiple blood draws and every note in his daily journal could make a big difference in the fight against the COVID-19.
In another effort to flatten the curve, a Georgia Tech graduate student is part of an innovative collaboration to develop personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
Emory University Economist Tom Smith said the unemployment rate could reach 18 percent.
Emory University has been testing the potential vaccine since March and now are extending the testing to people over the age of 55.
Emory Healthcare has set up a new drive-through testing site to make it easier for those who have an appointment to be tested for the coronavirus.
An elementary school principal and his wife are fighting to recover from COVID-19.
The Emory law professor was accused of using the "n-word" in both his class and a private conference with a student.
A former Emory University professor faces federal charges of theft and fraud of grant funds.
There is no gift more powerful than a good friend. Best Friends is a non-profit that matches volunteers with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. At Emory University in Atlanta, the program is building friendships, participants, say will be with them for life.
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