Mariners 6, Indians 2

Yankees make comeback history

Yankees tie series

Mariners advance to ALCS

D'backs top Cards, will face Braves

Braves getting anxious

Game 1 matchup: Maddux vs. Johnson

Money market funds turn 30

Funds allotted to market tourism

Business briefs

Radisson will open expansion

Diversity in a retirement account

Credit card rates once again miss the cut

For some, axing the penny a matter of dollars and sense

Typografical mistakes, mispellings can ruin resumay

Club Car adds retail dealer

Fed cuts add more suffering to saver's pain

Mistakes people make when buying auto insurance

Steps to take now to save taxes next April

Home Depot is losing warehouse label

Amato says Wolfpack didn't cheat against Tigers

Monday morning quarterback

College football notebook

Georgia Tech hoopsters return with new look after surprising season

Woosnam becomes oldest World Match Play champion

Estes gets second win of year

U.S. Open goes to split tees

Lynx ready for intense practice

Lynx rookie battles legal troubles

Subscriber of the day

Event widens scope

Across Georgia

Lawyers oppose lethal injection

Subscriber of the day

Islamic Society leader speaks at forum

Risque restaurant loses license

Roadside patriotism

Conference discusses safeguarding our waterways from terrorist attacks

Across the area

Around town

News you can use

N.Y. effort alters Augustans

Across the area

Chair faces extinction nationwide

Locals call in suspicions

Across the Southeast

Braves shut out in Game 1

Group saved Lincolnton house from bulldozers

Powder found at TV station being tested for anthrax

Aid group seeks high-tech disaster team for Georgia

Falcons fall to 49ers in OT

Falcons a couple of plays from being 4-1

Cowboys 9, Redskins 7

49ers 37, Falcons 31, OT

Carolina's losses taking a toll on Seifert

Falcons notebook

One year later, Steelers go from worst to first

Minor out 4 weeks with knee sprain

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Save our nation: buy American-made produts

Tri-County success

Tankersley's mom didn't justice from judicial system

Don't blame bin Laden on the Arabs

Not buried alive?

Students' attack reactions appall

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Dark concept album hits too close to home

Seniors calendar

In the know

Another decade, another 'Gilligan' reunion movie

'Smallville': Superman in the age of acne

Retired military officials used to explain war on terrorism

Inside the brain of the 'Inside the Actors Studio' guy

Playing it cool

Age old question

Artists seek recognition

Georgia RB Smith to miss next game

Holtz had worried about low-scoring game

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Interracial dating daunting for teens

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The world's tiniest phone and other novelty gifts

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Team trains to respond to threats

Concorde service to resume next month

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