News for Sunday, March 14, 2010


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College students to protest education cuts

ATLANTA -- College students are planning to take on the Gold Dome.

Georgia court upholds key medical malpractice changes

ATLANTA -- A sharply divided Georgia Supreme Court has upheld two key provisions of a sweeping 2005 law that changed the state's medical malpractice rules.

MURPHY: Is there an app for iPhone addiction?

How cool was it that James Bond had a phone in his car back in the '60s? And that Maxwell Smart had a phone in his shoe. When I was growing up, mobile phones were science fiction.

OUR VIEW: Thirty years of sprucing up Gwinnett

For decades now, Gwinnett County has become a popular place for families to put down roots. The reasons are numerous — good schools, good hospitals, good amenities, good people.

O'REILLY: An Oscars without politics?

For the first time that I can remember, there were no politically charged comments at the Academy Awards ceremony last Sunday. And I was ready. We had left-wing bomb throwers like George Clooney, Sean Penn, Barbra Streisand and co-host Alec Baldwin all lined up in the ‘‘let it fly'' zone. But the show turned out to be the silence of the lambs.