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Ford, Volvo get most cars rated safest
N.J. church suspect caught in Monroe
A California man accused of driving to New Jersey and fatally shooting his estranged wife and another man inside a church has been captured in Georgia.

Morehouse police chief faces assault charges
Morehouse College's chief of police, Vernon Worthy, has been charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment and pointing a gun at someone after a hunting confrontation in central Georgia.

Texting while driving may become illegal
Georgia lawmakers soon will consider a measure that would prohibit teenage drivers from texting and making calls on their cellphones while driving - and suspend the licenses of violators found at fault in accidents.

Official: Richardson to be commerce secretary 
President-elect Barack Obama has chosen New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson to be commerce secretary, adding a prominent Hispanic and one-time Democratic rival to his expanding Cabinet.

Giuliani campaigns for Chambliss today
The president-elect has launched robo calls for Democrat Jim Martin in his Senate runoff race against Saxby Chambliss, who gets a visit today from the former N.Y. governor. Endorsements | Photos | Early, absentee voting | Voter Guide

Obama, Democrats plan $500B economic package
Congressional Democrats and President-elect Barack Obama are laying the groundwork for quick enactment in January of a giant, two-year economic rescue package that will total about a half-trillion dollars.

Unapproved drugs saturate market
Taxpayers have shelled out at least $200 million since 2004 for medications that have never been reviewed by the government for safety and effectiveness but are still covered under Medicaid, an analysis of federal data has found. Millions of private patients are taking such drugs, as well.

Atlanta businesses not impressed by 'Real Housewives'
Throughout the first season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," various local businesses and residents have popped up on the popular Bravo reality series. Sometimes, the results have been less than flattering. Photos

Flight attendants union sues Delta over seniority plan
The Association of Flight Attendants has filed suit against Delta Air Lines in federal court in Washington, D.C., seeking to prohibit Delta from carrying out a seniority integration process before its flight attendants vote on union representation.

Ford, Volvo get most cars rated safest
Dozens of new cars and trucks, led by Ford Motor Co. and its Volvo subsidiary, made the insurance industry's annual list of the safest vehicles, helped by the growing adoption of anti-rollover technology.

Georgia's bowl picture shaping up
There are still some variables at play, but Georgia remains on track for the Capital One Bowl, the New Year's Day matchup in Orlando.

Struggling GM drops deal with Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods, a global icon in sports with his 14 major championships, has been carrying the Buick logo on his golf bag for the last nine years and still had one year left on his contract.

Tech's Dwyer finally gets some respect
Thirteen weeks in, the ACC finally got around to acknowledging its leading rusher, Georgia Tech's Jonathan Dwyer.

Brees leads Saints to 51-29 win over Packers
Drew Brees threw for four scores, Deuce McAllister set a Saints record with his 54th career touchdown and New Orleans rolled to a 51-29 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night.


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