Morning Reads for Friday, September 30, 2016

Stunning pictures. Reward growing for information in attack of Douglas County deputy’s home. Maybe Saturday will be better? Free sci-fi film festival coming up … UGA researching drug-resistant super bugs. Thomas Sowell is a national treasure. Words matter. Gary Johnson picks up Detroit News endorsement. / The ‘perpetual adolescent’ candidate. Now we know why… And

Killing The Last Zombies of the Foreclosure Apocalypse

The real estate market in Atlanta has been booming, again … he writes, fearful of jinxing things. We’re at a point where we’re worrying about gentrification — and if you’ve got pedestrian-level advertising for plastic surgery shops along the Beltline, I’d say they’re valid. But wide swaths of metro Atlanta are still hanging on by

Racist Comments “Needed To Get A Vote” In Douglas County

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Senate Passes Bill To Fund US Government Through December 9th

Senate Democrats have dropped their opposition to a funding bill averting a potential government shutdown Friday.  The House is expected to pass a similar measure later today.  CNN provides key details: After weeks of negotiation and stalemate, the bill ended up getting broad support, passing 72-26, after both parties agreed to approve $220 million for