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Benefits of filing electronic returns

Spam explosion

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Tax tip: Alimony payments have tax implications

Cyberscams prey on unwary Net surfers

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Stocks end losing stretch as investors bargain hunt

Clemson announces defensive coaching assignments

Paine splits doubleheader

Lady Pacers post win

Paine rallies for victory

Jaguar breaks record

Wofford tops Georgia Southern

Duke too much for Tech

Watson shoots 64 to lead ACE Group Classic

Tiger makes Buick cut, Mickelson doesn't

Golf roundup

Golf Channel to show local LPGA event

Lady 'Cats earn split in series

Fleury's emotions in check?

Game report

Lynx road report

Lynx shut out Grrrowl

Lynx notebook

Lynx show signs of late comeback

Team effort saves Martinez trucker

Across the Southeast

Actress urges students to end conflicts peacefully

County is set to name jails' new supervisor

Across South Carolina

Wizard wear

Columbia lawyers join effort to prove innocence with DNA

Parents protest teacher cuts

Some papers mostly black-and-white

Council members suggest volunteer pool, term limits

Crimes inflate stores' prices

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Counselors guide pupils to success

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Slaying victims mourned

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Site faces review of cesium cleanup

Park's future is bright

Corrections

Lobbyists get creative to get lawmakers' attention

Bill empowers county leader

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Aiken plans better discipline

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A fair for the birds

New animal shelter awaits inmate labor

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Civil wedding

Iverson, Jordan will highlight all-star game

Second-half run helps rookies in win

All-Star 2002: East typifies how things have changed

Gannon leads AFC to victory

Playing well still matters to players

Warner not seeking to avenge Super Bowl loss against Brady

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Launch rouses foreign scorn

Olympic Games notebook

Parra stuns Dutch with silver medal in 5,000 meters

American biathlete aims for Olympic medal

Gold medal team reunites to light flame

Olympic security effort unprecedented in history of sport

Salt Lake City airport shuts down during ceremonies

Winter Olympics open with a celebration of heroes

Olympic notebook

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Freestyler is also a free spirit

Opening ceremony highest-rated ever

Utah games prepared for gridlock

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Kass the face of snowboarding's next wave

Weather cancels ski jump qualifying

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Martin Luther King was no saint

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Commissioners raise taxes, line pockets

Stiffen death penalty

Did school give up on her child?

Why is Jesse Jackson always there?

Critiques Lady Gamecocks coverage

Changes in Augusta government should be incremental

Lord of the ring

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A showcase of style

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Arts calendar

Georgia loses cool, first place

Lucas leads Gamecocks to rout of Volunteers

South Carolina raises ticket prices

South Carolina scores big win over Tennessee

University uses poultry grease to heat buildings

Diabetes study critical for young blacks

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Students' greenhouse could end up on Red Planet

New technique avoids problems after angioplasty

U.S. may have imported banned beef

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