Five must-reads in Sunday's AJC

After Gov. Roy Barnes lost his re-election bid in 2002, he launched a lucrative legal practice. Now that Barnes is trying a political comeback, some of his clients are likely to attract his opponents' scrutiny.

Members of metro Atlanta's religious communities - from Christian to Jew to Muslim - have banded together to battle one of the city's scourges: the teenage sex trade.

As the heat rises on U.S. executives' pay, who are metro Atlanta's best compensated business people? We'll give you the rundown.

Elderly people are increasingly becoming victims of scam artists, but one local D.A.'s office is using an innovative approach to fight back.

So you lost your job and along with everything else, you're wondering if you're still dateable. We have the answer: yes.

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