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ATLANTA (AP) — Across the South, Republicans are working to take advantage of a new political landscape after a divided U.S. Supreme Court freed all or part of 15 states, many of them in the old Confederacy, from having to ask Washington’s permission before changing election procedures in jurisdictions...

The North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic will be returning to Waterford this weekend for its eighth annual music festival, catering to North Mississippi...

Cheers of “DOMA is dead” could be heard in front of the Supreme Court Wednesday in Washington, D.C., when the court ruled that the Defense of Marriage...

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a major victory for gay rights, the Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a provision of a federal law denying federal benefits...

Members of the same family who founded Anheuser Busch have recently started a new brewing tradition with the founding of William K Busch Brewing Company....

GRENADA, Miss. (AP) — Bobby “Blue” Bland, a distinguished singer who blended Southern blues and soul in songs such as “Turn on Your Love Light”...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Affirmative action in college admissions survived Supreme Court review Monday in a consensus decision that avoided the difficult constitutional...

Each summer, groups ranging from 300 to 400 incoming freshman flock to campus for two-day orientation sessions, which is an estimated 2500 students preparing...

When compared to parts of Europe and Asia, the United States is lacking in the linguistics department. Children who grow up in these other parts of the...

Frances Wheat, mother of John and Sarah Wheat, two University of Mississippi students who were killed in the two-car accident in October, filed a suit...