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President Barack Obama's campaign is ramping up criticism of Republican Mitt Romney's record in Massachusetts, while the Republican nominee is contrasting his record in the private sector with the Obama…

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Two catchers who were teammates of pitcher Roger Clemens said he played with integrity and refused to cut corners, the opposite of the image painted by prosecutors who're portraying him as a man who cheated to gain an…

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The legal battle over concessions contracts at the Atlanta airport isn’t over. A concessionaire that lost out on the massive round of restaurant contracts for Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is seeking a court hearing to challenge the city’s contracting process.

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Construction spending in metro Atlanta showed a dramatic shift in April compared to the same month last year.

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The City of Atlanta and seven commercial operators are working with Atlanta Gas Light to build as many as nine compressed natural gas fueling stations in metro Atlanta, Macon, Savannah and Valdosta.

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Atlanta-based Cox Media Group is investing $11.7 million in iHigh, a Lexington, Ky.-based digital TV platform and online network, the companies announced.

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Saudi Arabia’s flag carrier has officially joined Delta Air Lines’ SkyTeam global alliance, an expansion of the alliance’s network that generated some controversy last year.

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NEW YORK – She likes Venice as a side trip from Rome; he says do Florence instead. She likes traveling with kids; he says he doesn’t – even though he took her when she was young.

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SEATTLE – A 3-year-old boy who refused to use his seatbelt never got off the ground when he and his father boarded an Alaska Airlines flight at an airport in Seattle.

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LOS ANGELES – Across the vast Pacific, the mighty bluefin tuna carried radioactive contamination that leaked from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant to the shores of the United States 6,000 miles away – the first time a huge migrating fish has been shown to carry radioactivity such a distance.

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