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July 8, 2013
Finally, a Voice for Wine Consumers
Today, more than 12,000 U.S. wine shops have a presence on the web. But just 14 states allow ...
May 31, 2013
On Wine: Blue Crabs, Natty Boh, and World-Class Wine
"Wine is just too fancy for Maryland," explained Rob Deford, the owner of Boordy Vineyards in Baltimore County, ...
May 14, 2013
How Wine Criticism Is Changing
Twice in the past several months, the wine world has been rocked by news from Robert Parker, the ...
May 3, 2013
On Wine: The Rise of American Rosé
In recent years American vintners have started to produce rosés that can easily rival the Old World's best ...
April 7, 2013
On Wine: Identifying Flaws and Faults in Wine
Recognizing common wine flaws is at least as important as memorizing grape names and tasting descriptors.
Why Is It Hard to Bust Human Traffickers?
Browsing through classified ads websites, it’s not hard to find plenty of leads for human trafficking investigations—shady offers ...
Officials Tied to Russian Nuclear Bribes Have Pushed Trump-Russia Collusion Accusations
Former U.S. officials who helped frame the still-unproven narrative that President Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 ...
Reading the Tea Leaves for China’s 19th Party Congress
The world’s most populous country will witness a leadership transition this week. Observers are watching closely to predict ...
San Diego: Where a Border Wall Works
SAN DIEGO—The county once known as "ground zero" for illegal immigration in the United States has become a ...