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US to lift Covid travel ban for vaccinated passengers from UK and most of EU
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US will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions starting in November, which will also affect travellers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India

The US will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions to allow fully vaccinated passengers from the UK and most European Union (EU) countries to travel into the country from early November, the White House has announced.

Related: Airline shares soar on US plans to relax Covid travel rules

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Supreme court sets December date for Mississippi case that could overturn Roe v Wade a live
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A law, passed in 2018, bans most abortions in the state after 15 weeks of pregnancy a a severe reduction from the supreme courtas landmark 70s ruling

The Biden administration astrongly supportsa a House bill that would protect womenas access to abortion.

In a statement, the administration said a Texas law effectively banning abortion at 6 weeks ablatantly violates existing Supreme Court precedent established under Roe v. Wade nearly half a century ago.a

The supreme court has agreed to hear oral arguments in a case challenging a Mississippi law that bans most abortions in the state after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The lawsuit is a direct challenge to Roe v Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

The case will be argued on 1 December.

NEW: The Supreme Court just released its December argument calendar. Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the term's big abortion case, will be argued Dec. 1. https://t.co/zRXC7azbHF pic.twitter.com/D4wG3yYSfK

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Biden knows fate of spending plan will show extent of his power a and define his legacy
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The president is about to embark on a legislative push with almost no room for error

In what could be the most consequential stretch of his presidency, Joe Biden faces an autumn sprint to advance a once-in-a-generation expansion of the social safety net.

Related: House Democrats are scared to tax billionaires a thatas a costly mistake | Robert Reich

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Ten women and girls killed every day in Mexico, Amnesty report says
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Families often left to do their investigations into killings amid widespread indifference by authorities, report claims

At least 10 women and girls are murdered every day in Mexico, according to a new report that says victimsa families are often left to carry out their own homicide investigations.

The scathing report, released on Monday by Amnesty International, documents both the scale of the violence and the disturbing lack of interest on the part of Mexican authorities to prevent or solve the murders.

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R Kelly: prosecutors rest case after dozens testify in sex trafficking trial
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Several women and two men testified about how Kelly groomed them for unwanted sex, mostly when they were teenagers

Prosecutors at the R Kelly sex trafficking trial ended their case on Monday after calling dozens of witnesses over the past month, detailing the governmentas sweeping allegations against the singer in lurid detail.

Related: Who is R Kellyas defense attorney, Nicole Blank Becker?

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Father sues Michigan school after teacher cuts daughteras hair without permission
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Suit for $1m alleges the school violated the girlas civil rights and racially and ethnically discriminated against her

A father in Michigan filed a $1m lawsuit against staff at his daughteras school after the seven-year old biracial girlas hair was cut without her parentsa permission.

The lawsuit filed on 14 September in federal court in Michigan, by Jimmy Hoffmeyer on behalf of his daughter Jurnee Hoffmeyer, names as defendants Mount Pleasant public schools, a librarian and a teacheras assistant.

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Japan urges Europe to speak out against Chinaas military expansion
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Exclusive: in the first piece in a new Guardian series on China and tensions in the Indo-Pacific, Japanas defence minister says the international community must bolster deterrence efforts against Beijingas military

Japan has urged European countries to speak out against Chinaas aggression, warning that the international community must bolster deterrence efforts against Beijingas military and territorial expansion amid a growing risk of a hot conflict.

In an interview with the Guardian, Japanas defence minister, Nobuo Kishi, said China had become increasingly powerful politically, economically and militarily and was aattempting to use its power to unilaterally change the status quo in the East and South China Seasa, which are crucial to global shipping and include waters and islands claimed by several other nations.

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Gabby Petito: Florida police search home of fiance after remains found
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Video showed at least a dozen officers rushing inside home of Brian Laundrie, after body believed to be of avan-lifea blogger Petito discovered

Police on Monday searched the Florida home of Brian Laundrie, the man wanted for questioning in the disappearance of his fiance, Gabby Petito, whose body was apparently discovered on Sunday in a national park in Wyoming.

Video showed at least a dozen officers, including one wearing an FBI jacket, pulling up to the house in North Port and rushing inside. The officers served a search warrant. Local media reported that Laundrieas parents were seen getting into a police van.

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Croatian police seek to identify mystery woman found on perilous rock
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Woman who speaks aperfect Englisha was found with no documents or phone and cannot say who she is

Croatian police have released a picture of a woman who they say speaks aperfect Englisha but is unable to tell them who she is or how she came to be found on a jagged outcrop of rock off the island of Krk.

The news website 24Sata said the woman, who appears to be in her 60s and has cuts and bruises to her face and body, was first spotted by a fisher at 10am on Sunday sitting on a rock in a bay near the village of Soline, in the north of the island.

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Lincoln Project says ad attacking Greg Abbott pulled from Texas football game
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Anti-Trump Republican group targets governor with ad showing border wall made of coffins of Covid victims

A group of disgruntled Republicans has questioned if the Texas governor, Greg Abbott, used political influence to pull a TV ad criticising his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Related: Beto OaRourke set to run against Greg Abbott for Texas governor a report

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Hotel Rwanda hero sentenced to 25 years in jail on terrorism charges
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Paul Rusesabagina, an ex-hotel manager, was subject of a Hollywood film about 1994 genocide

Paul Rusesabagina, a businessman whose role in saving more than 1,000 lives during the 1994 genocide inspired the film Hotel Rwanda, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after being convicted of terrorism offences by a court in Rwandaas capital, Kigali.

The 67-year-old was found guilty on Monday after a seven-month trial and faces a life sentence. Rwandan authorities accused Rusesabagina of being athe founder, leader, sponsor and member of violent, armed, extremist terror outfits a| operating out of various places in the region and abroad.a He denied all the charges against him.

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Emmys 2021: Ted Lasso and The Crown triumph
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The big night for TV saw triumphs for Brits a including Olivia Colman, Kate Winslet and Michaela Coel a yet a diversity problem remains

The 73rd Emmy awards mostly stuck to the predicted script on Sunday, celebrating favorites Ted Lasso, The Queenas Gambit and The Crown, in an awards-stuffed return to a (mostly) normal ceremony that celebrated diversity yet handed almost all the acting awards to white performers.

Related: Emmys 2021: the full list of winners

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The Texas checkpoint that forces migrants into dangerous terrain a and death
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New documentary Missing in Brooks County looks at Falfurrias, one of the busiest immigration checkpoints in the US and the growing number of deaths plaguing the nationas border region

Just off US highway 281, south of a spit of a town called Encino in Brooks county, thereas a cross made of wind-strewn flowers tied to a utility pole marking the spot where 10 undocumented migrants were killed last month when the speeding van carrying them crashed. The makeshift shrine on a stretch of the highway deep in south Texas also contains some candles, a pair of work boots and a small Mexican flag. All mark what is suspected to be an extreme example of the collateral damage that results from securing our international borders. Law enforcement speculate that the inhabitants of the van were to be dropped off to traverse dangerous, snake-infested backcountry and circumvent a US Customs and Border Protection checkpoint located a few miles north of the accident site.

The immigration checkpoint is called the Falfurrias border patrol station, which leads out of the busiest of the immigration agencyas 20 sectors along both the Canadian and Mexican borders with the US. Its function is to interdict smugglers and drug traffickers. This landmark is at the center of Missing in Brooks County, a new documentary that details the growing number of deaths plaguing the nationas border with Mexico and the logistical challenges in identifying even a single migrant among many hundreds who die annually.

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Guess what the three Democrats blocking lower medication prices have in common? | David Sirota and Andrew Perez
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A bill in Congress would allow Medicare to use its bulk-purchasing power to negotiate lower drug prices. Big Pharma is not pleased

The three conservative Democratic lawmakers threatening to kill their partyas drug pricing legislation have raked in roughly $1.6m of campaign cash from donors in the pharmaceutical and health products industries. One of the lawmakers is the Houseas single largest recipient of pharmaceutical industry campaign cash this election cycle, and another lawmakeras immediate past chief of staff is now lobbying for drugmakers.

The threat from Democratic representatives Kurt Schrader (Oregon), Scott Peters (California) and Kathleen Rice (New York) comes just as the pharmaceutical industryas top lobbying group announced a seven-figure ad campaign to vilify the Democratic legislation, which aims to lower the cost of medicines for Americans now facing the worldas highest prescription drug prices.

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One month in Kabul under Taliban rulea a photo essay
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Photojournalist Stefanie Glinski reports from Kabul on the events of the past four weeks and the capitalas new rulers

Above its tightly clustered houses and peaks of the Hindu Kush mountains, Kabulas blue skies were once dotted with countless colourful kites, flown by children from the hilltops or their rooftops. Since the Taliban took the Afghan capital a month ago, they have disappeared.

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Crash and burn: the intense and fleeting romances of the Covid era
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The unspoken rules of dating went out the window as people found themselves deeply alone a perhaps itas no surprise these couples didnat make it

On 4 July 2020, 34-year-old Samantha Higdon, a tech worker in Austin, Texas, was swiping through the dating app Hinge when she came across a profile that made her thumb pause and hover over the screen.

His smile struck her as warm and somehow familiar: aHe just felt right,a she says. And so it began.

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How the US labor movement is getting to grips with the climate crisis
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In Texas and West Virginia, unions are having tough conversations about the future of fossil fuels a and finding new ways to support workers transitioning from oil and coal to cleaner jobs

In the beginning of this summer, the US state of Connecticut passed legislation to guarantee prevailing wage and benefits are provided to workers on clean energy projects.

The law was a product of labor unions and environmental groups working together to educate workers about the climate crisis and develop solutions, with a focus on creating good-paying, unionized jobs and opportunities to combat economic inequities.

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Itas way too early to condemn the Jetsa Zach Wilson era but ...
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The rookie may turn out to be an all-time great. But he was terrible on Sunday and his team have a long history of ruining young quarterbacks

The beauty of the NFL is rooted in outrageous displays of skill and jaw-dropping plays. Then thereas the New York Jets, who offer none of the above.

Itas no surprise that the Jets are 0-2 after falling to the New England Patriots 25-6 on Sunday. After all, teams like the Jets a who finished last season 2-14 a donat often come out of the gate with a run of victories.

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Eat the rich! Why millennials and generation Z have turned their backs on capitalism
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Nearly eight out of 10 of young Britons blame capitalism for the housing crisis and two-thirds want to live under a socialist economic system. How did that happen?

The young are hungry and the rich are on the menu. This delicacy first appeared in the 18th century, when the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau supposedly declared: aWhen the people shall have no more to eat, they will eat the rich!a But today this phrase is all over Twitter and other social media. On TikTok, viral videos feature fresh-faced youngsters menacingly raising their forks at anyone with cars that have start buttons or fridges that have water and ice dispensers.

So should the worldas billionaires a and fridge-owners a start sleeping with one eye open? Hardly. Itas clear that millennials (those born between the early 80s and the mid-90s) and zoomers (the following generation) are not really advocating violence. But it is also clear that this is more than just another viral meme.

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aItas heartbreakinga: Steve McCurry on Afghan Girl, a portrait of past and present
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The US photographeras image of Sharbat Gula captured the story of a country, its people and refugees across the world. Thirty six years on, another picture tells a similar tale a but also one of hope

On 1 September, a young Afghan girl stood in line with her family at a US base in Sicily waiting to board a flight to Philadelphia. She is about nine years old and is one of more than 100,000 people evacuated from Kabul by allied forces after the Taliban took control of the country in August.

Her photo, taken for the Guardian by Italian photojournalist Alessio Mamo and featured on the front page of the UK print edition, resembles the Afghan Girl by American photographer Steve McCurry. McCurryas portrait, of a Pashtun child, Sharbat Gula, which appeared on the June 1985 cover of National Geographic, became the symbol, not only of Afghanistan, but of displaced refugees across the world.

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iOS 15 release: everything you need to know about Appleas big update
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Free software upgrades for iPhone, iPad and Watch improve notifications, Safari, FaceTime and more due for release

Apple plans to release software updates for its iPhone, iPad and smartwatch on Monday, which will add new features for compatible devices.

Announced at the firmas developer conference in June, iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and WatchOS 8 bring new ways to deal with notifications, tools to keep work and home life separate, the ability to FaceTime video call with non-Apple users and more.

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US children aged 5 to 11 on track to receive Pfizer vaccine by Halloween
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Company chairman announces first results from apivotal triala showing effectiveness against Covid at reduced dose

In news sure to be greeted by parents across the US, Pfizer and BioNTech said on Monday children aged five to 11 are on track to receive the two companiesa Covid-19 vaccination by Halloween.

Related: Covid vaccinations among US Latinos are rising thanks to community outreach

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Covid live: UK records 36,100 new cases; Pfizer vaccine safe for children aged 5-11, company says
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UK also reports 49 further deaths; Pfizer says their vaccine produces strong antibody responses in children aged 5 to 11

The leader of the Scottish Conservative Party Douglas Ross has called on the Scottish government to follow the rest of the UK and relax Covid travel restrictions.

Speaking in Parliament Ross said: aWhat can the Secretary of State do to convince the Scottish Government to follow the lead of the UK Government and ensure these industries are not put at risk?a

UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has been telling MPs in Parliament that the UKas successful vaccination programme can be used to arestore lost freedomsa.

aIn 2020 the only weapon we had to fight the spread of COVID was simply to keep people apart,a Shapps said.

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Alabama population on course to shrink for first time ever as Covid takes toll
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Stateas chief medical officer says aOur state literally shrunk in 2020a as deaths exceeded births

Alabama is shrinking under the onslaught of Covid-19, its chief medical officer said, as deaths in the state outnumber births for the very first time.

Related: Mississippi governor claims vaccine mandate is aattack on hardworking Americansa

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US horse owners face ivermectin shortage as humans chase unproven Covid acurea
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Anti-parasitic drug has been baselessly touted as a coronavirus treatment, leading some livestock suppliers to run out

Some US horse owners are finding ivermectin hard to come by, due to the anti-parasiticas popularity as an unproven and potentially dangerous treatment for Covid-19 in humans.

Related: Alabama population on course to shrink for first time ever as Covid takes toll

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A billionaire wants to build a utopia in the US desert. Seems like this could go wrong | Jessa Crispin
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The architects of the proposed 150,000-acre project are scouting the American south-west. Theyare already predicting the first residents can move in by 2030

Welcome to Telosa, a $400bn acity of the future,a according to its founder, the billionaire Marc Lore. The city doesnat exist yet, nor is it clear which state will house the experiment, but the architects of the proposed 150,000-acre project are scouting the American south-west. Theyare already predicting the first residents can move in by 2030.

Telosa will eventually house 5 million people, according to its website, and benefit from a halo of utopian promises: avant-garde architecture, drought resistance, minimal environmental impact, communal resources. This hypothetical metropolis promises to take some of the most cutting-edge ideas about sustainability and urban design and make them reality.

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Is this the beginning of the end for Jair Bolsonaro? | Andre Pagliarini
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The Brazilian president wanted a popular uprising against the supreme court, but the underwhelming response was telling

There is something pathetic about a leader who cannot recognise his limitations. For months, Brazilas president, Jair Bolsonaro, has insisted that he could bend democracy in Latin Americaas largest nation to his will if he so desired. Brazilas independence day, 7 September, was supposed to be a watershed moment, as the president mobilised his supporters to take to the streets. Instead, it revealed the distance between Bolsonaroas perception of the popular support that he enjoys and reality. Sinking in the polls and with mounting obstacles in the way of broadening his political alliances, the president bet that he could compel enough of a grassroots backing to intimidate the political establishment, and the supreme court in particular. Unsurprisingly, to quote Gabriel GarcAa MA!rquezas novel The General in His Labyrinth, the president acould not renounce his infinite capacity for illusion at the very moment he needed it mosta.

Bolsonaro backers and dispassionate analysts alike predicted a massive public outpouring of support for the presidentas ongoing efforts to undermine democratic processes. It was thought that 7 September might even culminate in a takeover of the supreme court building akin to the raucous invasion of the US Capitol building on 6 January. Days before independence day, Bolsonaro called the planned demonstration an aultimatuma for supreme court judges, and declared ominously that aif you want peace, prepare for wara. He even hinted at a constitutional arupture that neither I nor the people wanta.

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Rupert Murdochas launch of talkTV is about opportunism as much as ideology | Emily Bell
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Piers Morgan will be presenting a nightly talkshow in this new venture aimed at outflanking the ailing GB News

The human Marmite of British journalism, Piers Morgan, is about to be spread very thinly. He has signed a global commentary deal with Rupert Murdochas News Corp. A nightly talkshow will be central to the plans of a new venture, talkTV, which is to be launched aearly next yeara. Morganas show will also air on Fox Nation, a streaming spinoff from Fox News, in the US and Sky News in Australia, making him a daily presence on three continents. He can also be enjoyed a or avoided a in print, where a twice-weekly column will appear in the Sun and the New York Post, and in a book deal with Murdochas HarperCollins publishers.

Morgan, who stagily stormed off the set of Good Morning Britain in March, will seemingly no longer be asilenceda by acancel culturea. He will instead be given global amplification as part of a new battle for the small but economically significant audiences for right-leaning news. The media village gossip is part of a much larger pattern of change affecting all mainstream newsrooms and challenging how broadcasters think about bias, opinion, news and their own presenters. It is also part of a testing of the generational tensions within journalism, where the hunger for diversity and broader representation is creating economic opportunities for those mining the often older, whiter, righter and richer demographic.

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House Democrats are scared to tax billionaires a thatas a costly mistake | Robert Reich
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Political cowardice means those funding Joe Bidenas ambitious social policy plan want to leave the mega-rich unscathed

This week, House Democrats released their proposed tax increases to fund Joe Bidenas $3.5tn social policy plan.

Related: aMedium is the messagea: AOC defends atax the richa dress worn to Met Gala

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Pierre Peters and Domaine du Bagnol rosA(c)
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I’ve been leading a ton of Zoom tastings during this quarantine period–a Zoom boom, if you will. We had this pair with a group recently and they really hit the ball out of the park: Pierre Peters, “CuvA(c)e de RA(c)serve,” Champagne and the 2019 rosA(c) from Domaine du Bagnol in Cassis. (Find these wines at […]

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Zoom tasting with Anthony Filiberti of Anthill Farms
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The global nightmare known as coronavirus has brought enormous tragedy, uncertainty and change to the way we live. In the pre-2020 part of my life, I led lots of wine tastings, large and small, in real life. They were fun and informative! Now that we are all in a pants-optional world of Zoom, it’s no […]

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Wine tariff comment period ends today
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Tariffs of 100% may soon hit European wines in America. The price of some wines will double. But mostly it will mean that many of the most coveted wines will no longer be available. The comment period ends today at midnight over at the site of the United States Trade Representative. Fully 24,071 people have […]

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European wines face a potential 100% tariff
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Another day, another wine tariff post… Last week, news trickled out that the US Trade Representative might raise the tariff on European wine to 100%. Oh, and the tariff on 31-pages of other items. Unsatisfied with progress in the aircraft dispute with Airbus, which was the cause of the 25% tariff imposed on some European […]

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Bracing for 100% Champagne tariffs
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Late yesterday, the US Trade Representative unsheathed a champagne saber. But it wasn’t for sabering champagne in celebration; rather, it was for dealing it a blow by threatening tariffs of 100%. French sparkling wine (not still wine) as well as cheese, handbags, makeup and enamelware would be affected. (See the whole list here.) While that […]

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Wine maps are all the rage
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“Wine is geography in a glass,” Hugh Johnson said recently. He and Jancis Robinson were in town to promote the new edition of the World Atlas of Wine. He said that back in 1970, the publisher was unsure if a book of wine maps would really fly. So he had to impress upon the publisher […]

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The Kincade fire is awful
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The Kincade fire has already burned 54,000 acres in Sonoma County, roughly the size of the area also under vine. There have been mandated evacuations of 180,000 residents and the 3,400 first responders have it only 5% contained. Strong winds have blowing sparks and embers huge distances but the winds are moderating. The governor has […]

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How did champagne dodge the tariff bullet?
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For those looking to explain the oddities of the recent tariffs on French wine, a clue may have come last week in Texas. But first, those oddities. It is not really going out on a limb to say that this administration has a haphazard, govern-by-tweet style of policymaking. So it should not be a surprise […]

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Questions on French wine tariffs!
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Our post about the 25% tariff that will be imposed on the $.2.5 billion of wines imported from France, Spain and Germany as of October 18 raised some questions. We respond: Rick: How do you suppose this will affect futures orders that are in place? Dr. Vino: They will be hit by the 25% levy […]

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Trump to slap tariff on French wine
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The trade war gets real! As if tariffs on hundreds of billions of consumer goods made in China weren’t real enough, the latest escalation from the Trump administration has found a new target: French wine. Late yesterday, word came down that the Trump administration will impose $7.5 billion in tariffs on goods from our European […]

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Pierre Peters champagne with Rodolphe Peters
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One winery I wanted to be sure to visit when I was in Champagne last month was Pierre PA(c)ters. I have always tremendously enjoyed the racy wines in the US and Rodolphe PA(c)ters not only commands a lot of respect in the wine world for his Champagnes but I had heard he had a new […]

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Exciting times for Spanish wine a a story over on SevenFifty
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Spain makes a lot of wine. Overall, it’s the third biggest producer in the world. One problem the country has is that many of the country’s wines sell at low prices–don’t get me wrong, there are certainly some pricey ones too. Another problem is that as wine enthusiasts and producers around the world rejoice in […]

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Three questions witha|Evelyne de Pontbriand of Domaine du Closel
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On the sidelines of her NY distributor’s recent tasting, I grabbed a quick three minutes with the supremely lovely Evelyne de Pontbriand. She is the third consecutive woman in her family to run the estate Domaine du Closel located at the Chateau des Vaults in the Loire region of SavenniAA"res. Aging SavenniAA"res: underrated or overrated? […]

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Wine spills onto the docket at the Supreme Court
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On Wednesday, the eyes of wine geeks and those in the wine industry will turn to the the Supreme Court. Wine will be on the docket, and, as you might expect, reds and whites do not map on to a political right and left. A love of wine is non-partisan even though no justice has […]

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Slinging juice: my side hustle at Parlor Pizza
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My good friend, chef Tim Labant, and I have ridden probably 15,000 miles together on our bikes the past few years. We’ve had some epic adventures. Tim is the chef/owner of Schoolhouse at Cannondale, a new American spot in Wilton that celebrated its eleventh anniversary this past spring. About three years ago, Tim decided he […]

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Launch Control: Rally America Sno*Drift
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For 2014 the slate is once again wiped clean. Both the Subaru Rally Team USA and Subaru Rallycross Teams have new cars and new challenges ahead. Join us as we once again bring you the inside story on Season 2 of Launch Control. #launchcontroltv In this episode the Subaru Rally Team USA prepares for a battle in the cold Michigan snow at the Sno*Drift rally.

How-to perform a basic oil change
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Changing your own oil is both cheap and easy. Ryan shows you how on a 2004 Mazda3 2.0.

X Games Gymkhana Grid in Slow Motion
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Top drivers from around the world practice for the first Gymkhana Grid competition at X Games 2013 in Los Angeles. Featuring Ken Block, Tanner Foust, David Higgins, Liam Doran and others. Filmed during practice.

X Games Gymkhana Grid Course Preview
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A preview of the 2013 X Games Gymkhana Grid course with David Higgins of the Subaru Rally Team USA.

New England Forest Rally 2013: Quick and Dirty Stage Reel
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Raw stage action from the 2013 New England Forest Rally. Featuring Ken Block, David Higgins, Rifat Sungkar, Antoine L'Estage and many others. Look for the full event feature coming in August!

Evolution X Rally Test in Quadvision
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A couple days ago we brought you Rifat Sungkar’s test day, prior to the New England Forest Rally. Now, watch an entire lap of the course from four different angles simultaneously. That’s right, we’re bringing it to you in Quadvision!

Launch Control S01E08 - Nothing Comes Easy
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Following a devastating setback, the Subaru Rally Team USA attempts a massive comeback at the Susquehannock Trail Pro Rally. Plus, the Subaru Puma Rallycross Team heads to Germany for more X Games Global Rallycross action.

New England Forest Rally 2013 Evolution X Test
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Indonesian Rally Champion Rifat Sungkar, driver for the Fastron World Rally Team, prepares his Mitsubishi Evolution X for the New England Forest Rally in Maine.

Launch Control S01E07 - When it Rains it Poors
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The Global Rallycross season kicks off for the Subaru Puma Rallycross Team, as Bucky Lasek, Dave Mirra, and Sverre Isachsen head overseas for X Games Barcelona. After a test session in the picturesque Monterrat area of Spain, its time to hit the track in anger for the first time this season. However, nobody was expecting the sequence of events that would transpire on race day.

Mitsubishi vs. the Mountain: Pikes Peak 2013
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Mitsubishi fields a pair of MiEV Evolution II electric racers to challenge the mountain in the 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb competition. Drivers Greg Tracy and Hiroshi Masuoka attempt both a class and overall win versus rally legend Sebastian Loeb, last year's winner Rhys Millen, local favorite Paul Dallenbach and hillclimb pioneer Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima.

Pikes Peak 2013 Electric Preview
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Running a pair of MiEV Evolution II Electric race cars, Mitsubishi drivers Hiroshi Masuoka and Greg Tracy are looking for no less than a class win at this year's Pikes Peak International Hillclimb in Colorado Springs, Colorado. These aren't anything like the electrics you see on the city streets, these are the ultimate in high-torque high-tech. Both cars are powered by no less than four electric motors putting out 533 effective horsepower. Competition is on Sunday, June 30. Other noted competitors include hillclimb legends Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima, as well as Rod (Electric) and Rhys (Unlimited) Millen. This year also sees Peugeot returning to The Peak, with an Unlimited class gas-powered car driven by WRC Champion Sebastian Loeb.

Launch Control S01E06 - A Tale of Two Cities
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In this episode, David Higgins and Subaru Rally Team USA are on the west coast for the Oregon Trail Rally, while Bucky Lasek, Dave Mirra, Sverre Isachsen and the Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team are hard at work in Connecticut testing the new cars in preparation for the first overseas event.

Launch Control S01E05 - David vs. Goliath
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David Higgins and Craig Drew of Subaru Rally Team USA may be back-to-back champions, but at the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood, Ken Block has been king. A win here at round two for Higgins would rock the boat and shake things up for the rest of the series. But, an overnight storm in Missouri has dumped snow on the high-speed stages, placing the whole outcome into question. Can the teams keep it on the road in the treacherous conditions? Can Higgins and Drew get their first career win at this event?

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