The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the sole daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. It is the flagship publication of Cox Enterprises. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the outcome of the combination of The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution. The Journal, an afternoon paper, managed the morning Constitution until the 1970?s. In November 2001, the two papers merged to create one daily morning paper, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The two papers had published a combined edition on weekends and holidays for years. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has four main sections daily. On Sundays, it has added sections. The main section usually is composed of Georgia news, Nation-wide news, World news, and Business news. The headquarters for the paper are located in Dunwoody, Georgia. The Journal-Constitution had a daily circulation of 195,592 and a Sunday circulation of 397,925.