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WASHINGTON — Citing a potential threat to public health, the Food and Drug Administration is taking steps toward phasing out the use of some antibiotics in animals processed for meat.
McKee Foods Corp. will sponsor the Chattanooga History Center and commit $150,000 toward its capital campaign for building a new 19,500-square-foot social history museum in the Ross’s Landing Park and Plaza.
COLUMBUS, Ga. — A Georgia company plans to build a zip line across the Chattahoochee River in the Columbus area.
UNITED NATIONS — United Nations officials say a major offensive has begun against a Rwanda-linked rebel group in eastern Congo following last month's defeat of the M23 rebels.
WASHINGTON — Police and school officials say the lockdown at American University's campus in the nation's capital has been lifted.
ATLANTA — Two employees of the state ethics commission have received federal grand jury subpoenas seeking documents regarding ethics complaints involving Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, according to two people with knowledge of the case.
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Uruguay's drug control chief, Julio Calzada, is a nervous man.
NEW ORLEANS — A jury has acquitted a former New Orleans police officer of fatally shooting a man without justification outside a strip mall in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
WASHINGTON — NASA says it is looking into a problem with a malfunctioning cooling pump on the International Space Station, but there is no immediate danger to the six crewmen on board.
JOHANNESBURG — The sign-language interpreter on stage at Nelson Mandela's globally broadcast memorial service was a faker who was waving his arms around meaninglessly, advocates for the deaf said Wednesday.