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ajc on March 31st, 2012

Former Atlanta Falcons great William Andrews was being held in the Cobb County jail Friday following his arrest on a civil contempt charge.

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President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to increase taxes on millionaires, reviving a proposal he first pitched last September that aims to draw sharp election-year lines between the president and the Republican…

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Interior Secretary Ken Salazar was on track for pay raise that would have brought his salary on par with other Cabinet secretaries, until Sen. David Vitter gave him a quota. Until Salazar each month approved six new…

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ajc on March 31st, 2012

Erik Kuehne, director of Southeast design and sales for Cincinnati-based Wine Cellar Innovations, installs between 20 and 25 wine cellars a year in the city.

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ajc on March 31st, 2012

Global Payments, the Sandy Springs-based credit and debit processor at the center of an unfolding data breach, is a growing player in the world of electronic transactions.

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DENVER – The era of social media is bringing more transparency to ski resorts’ daily snow reports, with skiers and riders using smartphone apps, websites, tweets and video to spread the word in real time, particularly if traditional reports are off.

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DENVER – The era of social media is bringing more transparency to ski resorts’ daily snow reports, with skiers and riders using smartphone apps, websites, tweets and video to spread the word in real time, particularly if traditional reports are off.

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DELAWARE WATER GAP, Pa. – The National Park Service is backing a plan for a new high-voltage power line through the recreation area spanning Pennsylvania and New Jersey on either side of the Delaware River.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee has more than 300 species of fish, with bass, crappie and catfish awaiting hungry anglers.

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CINCINNATI – Fool me once, the saying goes. But 50 times? That’s what a convincing art forger did for nearly three decades when he donated his copies of Picassos and other works of art to unsuspecting museums in 20 states.

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