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Starting Monday, Publix pharmacies in Florida and Georgia will begin accepting walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccines.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., speaks to a reporter outside a diner on Monday, May 4, 2021, in Marietta, Ga. McCarthy decried @MLB 's decision to move the All-Star game out of Georgia amid concerns about changes to the state's voting laws. (AP Photo/Ron Harris)

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On Monday, we’ll get down to the basics: Facts and Democracy. In the United States, perhaps the epicenter of this duo is in Georgia, where a close presidential election and two Senate runoffs had Georgia on everyone’s minds. 🍑

Scot Hudson was one of two people killed Monday when powerful storms — and at least two tornadoes — barreled through Georgia. About 130 miles away, 55-year-old Carla Harris was hit and killed by the falling tree in a Houston County home.

FOUR CONFIRMED TORNADOS: The National Weather Service confirmed two additional tornados formed during Monday's severe weather in Georgia.​

The risk of severe weather continued Tuesday across much of the southern U.S. after tornadoes ripped through parts of the region on Sunday night and Monday — killing at least two people in Georgia.​

Donovan Westmoreland announced Monday he has changed his verbal commitment to South Carolina after initially pledging to Georgia.

Three bodies were found inside a car that was partially submerged in Lake Eufaula along the Alabama-Georgia line on Monday.​

Former NFL linebacker Geno Hayes, who was receiving hospice care in South Georgia after experiencing complications from liver disease, died Monday night at age 33, according to multiple news reports.

Ex-NFL linebacker Geno Hayes died Monday night while in hospice at his parents' home in Georgia. He was only 33.


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Will Smith and the director Antoine Fuqua said on Monday that they were pulling production of their upcoming film, “Emancipation,” out of Georgia because of the state’s new voting law — the first major production to do so.

BREAKING: Republican senators in Georgia introduced bills Monday to end no-excuse absentee voting, automatic voter registration and ballot drop boxes.

Via @elianayjohnson  in @playbookplus  > “He told Kelly Loeffler before he landed in Georgia for a final rally on Monday that if she didn’t back the Electoral College challenges, he would ‘do a number on her’ from the stage, according to a source familiar with the events.

Will be in Georgia on Monday night, 9:00 P.M. to RALLY for two GREAT people, @sendavidperdue  & @KLoeffler . GET READY TO VOTE ON TUESDAY!!!

On behalf of two GREAT Senators, @sendavidperdue  & @kloeffler , I will be going to Georgia on Monday night, January 4th., to have a big and wonderful RALLY. So important for our Country that they win!

As badly as we were treated in Georgia by the “Republican” Governor and “Republican” Secretary of State, we must have a massive victory for two great people, @kloeffler  & @sendavidperdue , on January 5th. I will be having a big Rally for them on Monday night, January 4th. WIN!

If you're in Georgia, make sure you and everybody you know is registered to vote by Monday, December 7. And if you turn 18 by January 5, you're eligible to vote in the runoff. Get registered right now:

UPDATE: Georgia high school that went viral for photos of crowded hallways will go online-only Monday and Tuesday after six students and three staff members tested positive for the coronavirus

A Georgia state senator went to the doctor on Saturday for a cough and mild fever and got a coronavirus test. On Monday, he felt better and showed up to vote. Today, the test came back positive and the entire state legislature is now self isolating.

The Georgia Dome, former home of Peach Bowls, SEC championship games, 2 Super Bowls, 3 Final Fours and many other events, was imploded Monday.