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Georgia's shifting water wars strategy evolves under Nathan Deal

The seemingly intractable battle over regional water rights has frustrated Gov. Nathan Deal’s administration has much as it has his predecessors. And though a tipping point in the feud may be near, it may make both sides unhappy. 362 more words


The White House calls governors to talk refugees

Well, this must have been an interesting conversation. The White House hosted a conference call last night with a bipartisan group of 34 governors about President Barack Obama’s plan to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees into the U.S. 1,358 more words


Watch Daniel Radcliffe Get Drenched By Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show

Daniel Radcliffe came to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday prepared to get absolutely soaked while promoting his new film, Victor Frankenstein. 81 more words

Marco Rubio wades into the water wars -- against Georgia

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has dipped a big toe into the exhausting regional battle over water rights that has divided Georgia, Florida and Alabama for more than two decades. 507 more words


A culling of GOP presidential candidates

If the candidates in this year’s overlarge Republican fieldĀ are not be ready to drop out on their own, the networks will cull the field themselves. 1,199 more words


Another step for Glades Reservoir

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Friday released a draft of the Environmental Impact Statement for Glades Reservoir, the long-sought Hall County reservoir planned about 7 miles north of Lake Lanier. 779 more words


Profile Response: Kim and Eddie Feeley, Seattle, WA

I have met many couples on my trip. Fresh couples, aged couples, heterosexual and same-sex couples, legally married couples and couples living together, first-time couples and couples on their second third, even fourth round. 471 more words