Five things to know Tuesday, March 29:
1. Gov. Nathan Deal is getting unlikely (and probably unwanted) support after his decision to veto the "religious liberty" bill. [Greg Bluestein tells you who supports the governor]
2. President Barack Obama will visit downtown Atlanta today, likely leading to some traffic tie-ups during the afternoon commute. [Andria Simmons keeps you updated]
3. Jeff Francoeur learns today if he'll be an Atlanta Brave when the season starts. [David O'Brien has the story]
4. An EgyptAir passenger plane flying from Alexandria to Cairo was hijacked early Tuesday. [Here's what we know now]
5. There's a chill in the air this morning. Will it last? [Get your Atlanta weather forecast here]
Throughout March, we're celebrating Women's History Month. Today, we bring you the story of Rosie the Riveter, the most famous woman to serve America who didn't really exist.
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