The state of Georgia—which for seven years has fought to allow its university system to distribute authors' copyrighted works to students without paying royalties—is suing a California organization for publishing Georgia's annotated code of state laws online for free in what the state contends is copyright infringement.
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The National Park Service says the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals building in New Orleans and courthouses in Georgia and Alabama have been named national historic landmarks for their contributions to civil rights.
The corruption probe of a coastal Georgia police sergeant has ended in a mistrial.