Most talked about Fulton County Daily Report stories

Report: Sally Yates to Be Nominated as Deputy U.S. Attorney General — The Washington Post reported Sunday afternoon that Sally Quillian Yates, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, will be nominated to be Deputy Attorney General, the No. 2 person in the U.S. Department of Justice.

Man Injured by 'Potato Cannon' Collects $2.58M — A Clayton County firm that services railroad yards across the country has paid $2.58 million to a Kansas rail yard worker who sued after he suffered a traumatic brain injury caused by a makeshift cannon fired by fellow employees.

Ga. Congressmen Ask President Not to Renominate Boggs — Two of Georgia's Democratic congressmen have written President Barack Obama asking him not to renominate Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Michael Boggs, whom they called "unfit to serve," to the U.S. District Court in Atlanta.

Zoning Lawyer Invoked First Amendment in Kennesaw Mosque Case — G. Douglas Dillard is a zoning lawyer, not a civil rights lawyer, but he is no stranger to First Amendment controversy.

Trial Judges to Ask for $45K in Raises Over Three Years — Georgia judges and prosecutors will press lawmakers for substantial state pay raises next year, citing more than a decade of going without.