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Dwindling herd means fewer moose hunt permits in Vermont (Update)

A handful of hopeful moose hunters visited the Vermont Statehouse on Tuesday and joined top Fish and Wildlife biologists and others hunters across the state in listening to a live radio broadcast that revealed the dwindling number of coveted moose hunting permits being issued for the fall hunt.

Georgia man pleads guilty in $30M computer hacking scheme (Update)

A Georgia man pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge Tuesday, admitting participating in a computer hacking scheme that used facts stolen from over 150,000 press releases to generate $30 million in illegal profits.

Battle Road launches Lexington IPA cans

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[Press Release:]
(Lexington, MA) – After the successful launch of Battle Road’s 1775 Tavern Ale and Barrett’s Farmhouse Ale earlier this summer, Battle Road is ready to introduce the third beer in its “core four” arsenal – the Lexington IPA.

Scientists model the 'flicker' of gluons in subatomic smashups

Scientists exploring the dynamic behavior of particles emerging from subatomic smashups at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC)-a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science User Facility for nuclear physics research at DOE's Brookhaven National Laboratory-are increasingly interested in the role of gluons. These glue-like particles ordinarily bind quarks within protons and neutrons, and appear to play an outsized role in establishing key particle properties.

Sebago Brewing Co. plans to open new destination brewery in Gorham, Maine, in 2017

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[Press Release:]
Pending agreement, new brewery will open next year

(Gorham, ME) — Sebago Brewing Co., in partnership with the Shaw Brothers Family Foundation, plans to open a new destination brewery on Lower Main Street in Gorham in 2017.

Do eco-friendly wines taste better?

It's time to toast environmentally friendly grapes. A new UCLA study shows that eco-certified wine tastes better—and making the choice even easier, earlier research shows it's often cheaper, too.

Charleston Beer Week returns for fourth year from September 11-17th

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[Sponsored Press Release:]
Week-long celebration of city’s craft beer scene promises unique events, unique community

(Charleston, SC) – The fourth annual Charleston Beer Week will be held from September 11th through September 17th at venues throughout the greater Charleston area.

Devils Backbone releases four seasonal beers incl. Bravo Four Point and Pumpkin Hunter

Devils Backbone Pumpkin Hunter 6pk BeerPulse
[Press Release:]
(Lexington, VA) – Devils Backbone Brewing Company has released three seasonal brews in August: Pumpkin Hunter, Bravo Four Point, and O’Fest. An enticing variety of styles and flavors are represented with these releases that are now available. Pumpkin Hunter is an ale brewed with pumpkin and spices, Bravo Four Point is a session IPA, and O’Fest, is an old school inspired Oktoberfest beer.

Tropical Storm Earl forms in Caribbean Sea

The fifth tropical cyclone of the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season formed today in the Caribbean Sea. NOAA's GOES-East satellite provided a look at the storm as hurricane-hunter aircraft confirmed a closed circulation.

Flexible wearable electronic skin patch offers new way to monitor alcohol levels

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a flexible wearable sensor that can accurately measure a person's blood alcohol level from sweat and transmit the data wirelessly to a laptop, smartphone or other mobile device. The device can be worn on the skin and could be used by doctors and police officers for continuous, non-invasive and real-time monitoring of blood alcohol content.

Police Training Institute challenges police recruits' racial biases

In early 2014, months before the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and shortly after the Black Lives Matter movement got its start, Michael Schlosser, the director of the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois, began offering police recruits classes that challenged their views about race and racism, introduced them to critical race theory and instructed them in methods to de-escalate potentially volatile encounters with members of minority groups.

NC toxicologist: Water near Duke's dumps not safe to drink

North Carolina's top public health official acted unethically and possibly illegally by telling residents living near Duke Energy coal ash pits that their well water is safe to drink when it's contaminated with a chemical known to cause cancer, a state toxicologist said in sworn testimony.

French mobile operator SFR plans to cut staff level by over third: unions

French mobile operator SFR plans to shed over a third of its staff over the next three years although no forced job cuts are foreseen until 2019, union representatives said Tuesday.

Instagram adds everyday 'Stories' in Snapchat spin

Instagram on Tuesday put its own spin on a key Snapchat feature by letting users post "Stories" that eventually vanish from the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing application.

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