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Georgia takes center stage as Biden's visit kicks off year of political battles

Georgia has become the center of the political landscape -- and it's likely to stay there for the remainder of 2022.

President Joe Biden speaks about the constitutional right to vote at the Atlanta University Center Consortium in Atlanta, Georgia on January 11, 2022.

Here's what pleading the Fifth is and what it means for the January 6 committee

The January 6 committee is facing a new challenge as multiple people it has subpoenaed signal their intentions to invoke Fifth Amendment protections ahead of their testimony.

Such a move from former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark and conservative lawyer John Eastman places them in a long line of officials who "took the Fifth" when called to testify before lawmakers.

Sinema says no to filibuster reform to scuttle Democrats’ voting rights hopes

Joe Biden was in crisis talks with Senate Democratic rebels Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema at the White House on Thursday night after they thwarted his high-stakes efforts to push voting rights legislation through Congress, according to several reports.

Biden highlighting federal 'surge' to help weather omicron

President Joe Biden is highlighting the federal government's efforts to “surge” military medical personnel to help overwhelmed medical facilities weather the spike in coronavirus cases and staff shortages due to the highly transmissible omicron variant.

Novak Djokovic leaves Australia after court rejects visa challenge

Tennis star Novak Djokovic has left Australia without contesting the Australian Open after losing a legal challenge against a decision revoking his visa for the second time.

Djokovic departed on an Emirates flight from Melbourne on Sunday, bound for Dubai.

Official Spider-Man Concept Artist Imagines Tom Holland's Venom Suit

No Way Home reveals his character designs for Tom Holland wearing the Venom symbiote suit. Since the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the film continues to outperform worldwide, anticipated to surpass Avengers: Endgame in box office records. With the shattering success of the film, Sony and Marvel Studios agreed to set forth another trilogy starring Holland as the web-slinging hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

China says tickets for Winter Olympics will not be sold to general public due to Covid-19

Tickets for the upcoming Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing will not be sold to the general public in response to Covid-19 but will instead be distributed by authorities, the Beijing Winter Olympics Organizing Committee announced Monday.

Ancient life may be just one possible explanation for Mars rover's latest discovery

In the search for life beyond Earth, NASA's Curiosity rover has been on a nearly decade-long mission to determine if Mars was ever habitable for living organisms.

A new analysis of sediment samples collected by the rover revealed the presence of carbon -- and the possible existence of ancient life on the red planet is just one potential explanation for why it may be there.

Why Netflix is raising prices

Netflix reports fourth quarter earnings on Thursday and all eyes will be on the streamer's subscriber growth. This time there's something new for investors and industry observers to wonder about: Netflix raising its prices.

The company boosted subscriber costs Friday, a move that raised its stock price and eyebrows across the streaming world as well as the question, "why?"

Ireland's data centers are an economic lifeline. Environmentalists say they're wrecking the planet

In the west of Ireland lies a medieval market town, its roots steeped in legend. Beyond the labyrinth of narrow streets of the center are the chimney stacks of housing developments that still puff coal and peat. Past those homes, on the outskirts of Ennis, is an unremarkable but huge plot of land, nestled between a power station and farmland where cattle and sheep graze. This is where a mysterious company has applied to develop a new data center the size of 22 American football fields.

Coumboscuro: The Italian village that doesn't speak Italian

Nicknamed Italy's "Little Provence," Sancto Lucio de Coumboscuro is an isolated village in almost every sense.

Situated near the border between the Piedmont region of Italy and France, visitors either need to fly to Turin, and take a train and then a bus, or drive south from Provence in order to reach it.