Election-Year GOP Split Over Home-State Projects Republicans can't seem to reach an official party line this election year on the old Washington custom of using the federal budget to benefit the folks back home. Palin Campaigns For Handel In Ga. Senate Race Sarah Palin forcefully defended the only woman fighting for the Republican nomination for Georgia's open Senate seat and hit back Thursday against a rival's apparent dismissal of Karen Handel's high school education.
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Atlanta To Host Jazz Concert, Party In Famous Cemetery Atlanta city officials say they'll celebrate the 40th anniversary of the city's Office of Cultural Affairs with a jazz concert and party in one of the city's most famous cemeteries. Study: Link Between Pollen, Suicide Rates According to a study, pollen is a potential explanation for the seasonal effects on suicide rates.
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