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The latest protests in Iran by people angry over the Iranian military's missile launch that "unintentionally" downed a Ukrainian jetliner killing many Iranians, Canadians and others, is different from past protests over rigged elections, rising gas prices, and what Americans like to call "voter suppression."

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Remember the children’s story about Chicken Little? A bird dropped an acorn and conked him on the head, and he became hysterical. He went around screaming “The sky is falling! The sky is falling!” to anyone who would listen. And there were plenty of gullible animals willing to listen.

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Every now and then, someone will treat me like I’m a big deal. Now, you and I both know I am not a big deal. But, because I’m on TV in my town, it’s not unusual for someone to make a fuss. I always thank them, because I appreciate the kind words.

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McDONOUGH — The new Henry County Schools Performing Arts Center — Fairview construction is well under way though the weather has been a challenge.

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Residents from the city of Hampton packed a room in the Fortson Library to hear updates on the city’s water system from city manager Alex Cohilas and representatives from Clearwater Solutions.

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McDONOUGH — The Henry County Police Department invited the public to line the streets Friday in memory of K-9 Thorr, who died in a traffic accident while on patrol Jan. 9 on I-75.

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A compromise bill to collect taxes on online sales overseen by large retailers like Amazon, plus the ride-share companies Uber and Lyft, was hashed out Thursday morning by a group of Georgia House and Senate lawmakers.

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Google controls the way most of the world surfs the internet, with its Chrome browser accounting for more than half the global market. Now, it's planning to get rid of the way companies and advertisers track Chrome's millions of users.

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into an officer-involved shooting at a Wendy's near downtown Lawrenceville that has sent a Lawrenceville cop and one other man to the hospital, a spokesman for the department said.

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I was preaching a series of sermons in a small town, and on one of the days an elderly gentleman came up to me during lunch. He said, “I know what it is to be frightened.”

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Mama was real good at money. She could get as much out of a dollar bill as a lot of people could get out of five dollars.

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The House on Wednesday voted to approve the seven impeachment managers to prosecute the case against President Donald Trump, a long-awaited move that sends the action to the Senate and sets up the next phase of the impeachment fight.

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Welcome to CNN's fact check coverage of the last Democratic presidential debate before the voting begins with the Iowa caucuses on February 3. We will post fact checks as we complete them.

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McDONOUGH — Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer took time to share his thoughts with the Herald about keeping congregations safe before his March 5 workshop for church leaders. Because so many people saw the video of the Dec. 29 White Settlement, Texas, church shooting, McBrayer said, there’…

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Queen Elizabeth II says the royal family has agreed on a "period of transition," during which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will split their time between Canada and the UK, after the couple announced last week they wished to step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family.

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WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service confirmed that the nation’s tax season will start for individual tax return filers on Jan. 27 when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2019 tax year returns.

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Confession is good for the soul, so they say. What better place to confess than right here, for all to see?

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Prior to Iran's missile attacks on U.S. bases inside Iraq, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said, "We are not seeking war with Iran, but we are prepared to finish one." Esper said the U.S. prefers a "diplomatic" solution to the escalation of tensions in the region.

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