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The federal government is proposing a drop to a .05 percent blood-alcohol level.
It was for a man recently arrested in a Loganville Walmart.
Some legislators acknowledge the freebies can look bad, but they say the state's new ethics law will make it harder to mingle with constituents.
The agency apologized last week for automatically sending Tea Party and similar groups through multiple hoops before the 2012 election.
Politicians, Republicans especially, are scrambling for position to replace Saxby Chambliss.
A database released by the federal government shows shocking price discrepancies.
A Generation Y publication calls out Abercombie & Fitch for eschewing plus sizes.
"It's hard to say," says author Peggy Drexler, "but our increasingly me-first world might have something to do with it."
The suicide rate for people aged 35 to 64 increased 30 percent from 1999 to 2010, the New York Times reports.
A Kentucky boy accidentally shot his 2-year-old sister to death with a gun he got for his birthday.
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