NFL linebacker Edwin Jackson, struck and killed by a truck police said was driven by a twice-deported undocumented immigrant, was being remembered Monday at the Atlanta church his family has attended for three generations.
Two Democrats are calling into question a $156 million FEMA contract awarded to a small Atlanta-based company to provide millions of meals after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. The company delivered 50,000 of 30 million meals promised in a contract signed October 3, according to its owner. FEMA terminated the agreement 20 days after it was signed.
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