French winemakers fizzing mad after Russia claims the name Champagne
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French winemakers fizzing mad after Russia claims the name Champagne

On July 3, 2021, bottles of Russian "Champagne” were seen in a small Moscow shop. Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images Vladimir Putin's attack on
Opinion | What the DOJ Isn�t Telling Us About Jan. 6
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Opinion | What the DOJ Isn�t Telling Us About Jan. 6

There are many questions that remain unanswered, and there are areas where the public record is not as complete as it should. These questions include
Business

Letters to the Editor: �Stupidity� on Ky gun law; foster families desperately needed.

Video released We should not forget that it has been 11 months since a Lexington officer shot and wounded a black man on Chestnut St. and that we
Law Firm PGMBM, British Airways Reach Settlement In 2018 Data Leak Class Action
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Law Firm PGMBM, British Airways Reach Settlement In 2018 Data Leak Class Action

We have previously reported on SPG Law, a former UK law firm (now PGMBM), representing British Airways customers who were affected by the 2018 data
U.S. Lawyer Handed Prison Sentence In Hong Kong Over Scuffle With Police During 2019 Protests
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U.S. Lawyer Handed Prison Sentence In Hong Kong Over Scuffle With Police During 2019 Protests

Topline On Tuesday, a Hong Kong court sentenced an American lawyer for clashing with a plainclothes officer in police custody during the 2019 pro
Hawking Made a Prediction About Black Holes, and Physicists Just Confirmed it
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Hawking Made a Prediction About Black Holes, and Physicists Just Confirmed it

A black hole can be described by itself. A black hole's only tangible properties are its mass, electric charge (usually zero), rotation, and spin. It
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Facebook, Google and Twitter threaten to leave Hong Kong over privacy law changes

The tension between tech companies and the Hong Kong government is already high. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Asia Internet Coalition (a
Business

Israel looks to renew law that keeps out Palestinian spouses

JERUSALEM, (AP) Israel's parliament will vote Monday whether to renew a temporary law that was first enacted 2003 and which bars Arab citizens from
A Nation Conceived in Liberty Confronts Its Queasiness With the �MILF Mobile�
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A Nation Conceived in Liberty Confronts Its Queasiness With the �MILF Mobile�

Local fame for MILF Mobiles has not been without its challenges. Every Maine Facebook viral post featuring the mid 2000s whip is met with a flood of
Royal Caribbean Requires Unvaccinated Travel Insurance, Despite Florida Law
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Royal Caribbean Requires Unvaccinated Travel Insurance, Despite Florida Law

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has announced that it will require travelers who are not vaccinated to have specific insurance. Will this violate