Six Flags Over Georgia, Turner Field, the SkyView Ferris wheel, Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Olympic Park are just a few reasons why you should visit the ATL.
Visit the largest aquarium in the world, get a photo with the Coca-Cola polar bear or stroll through Centennial Olympic Park – all in Atlanta.
South of the Chattahoochee River, situated among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and only five hours west of the Carolina-Georgia coastline, Atlanta is one of the best cities in the Southeast to take advantage of the outdoors.
Andrew explores the "new South," Atlanta. He feasts on calf brains on toast at a gourmet pub, helps butcher a goat and more!
During his 36 hours in the ATL, Tony meets up with Alton Brown, has a drink with a legendary stripper, takes down a plate of BBQ and cruises the city in a muscle car.
Go behind the scenes with the auction specialists as they travel to Atlanta, where hundreds of freights come and go daily. The specialists bid on cargo from some of those freights.
The auction specialists are in Atlanta to bid on items at a unique unclaimed freight auction.
Marcus heads to Atlanta to investigate the Great Locomotive Chase, the mass shootings by spree killer Mark Barton and the kidnapping of drug cartel member Oscar Reynoso.
Did you know that tug-of-war was an Olympic sport at the 1900 Games in Paris? See this and more in a look back at the last 116 years of summer Olympics around the world!
In honor of Black History Month, we put together a slideshow of some of the most influential African-Americans in US History, and where you can go to learn more about them.