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Bomb kills 10 in northern Nigeria: military source, witness

A bomb blast at a police beer garden killed at least 10 people Sunday in the troubled northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, a military source and a witness said. “The bomb was planted at the middle of the ‘mammy market’ and at least 10 people have been killed and several…

South Carolina law accidentally bans beer and wine permits

Legislation authored by Republican State Rep. Mike Pitt meant to make it easier for nonprofit groups to obtain temporary beer and wine permits inadvertently bans businesses and individuals from serving beer or wine. The wording of the new law, which was designed to allow nonprofit groups to file for multiple…

Beer, wine may be coming to Starbucks near you

(AP-Raw Story) Something new is on the menu at a renovated Starbucks in Seattle: beer and wine. The store that reopened Monday is the first under the Starbucks brand to offer alcohol. Draft beer and local wines go on sale after 4 p.m. The idea is to offer drinks and…

Senator suggests using beer ingredients to clean up spill

Iowa’s senior senator has a suggestion for President Barack Obama: Time for a beer summit. Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) told a conference call of Iowa reporters Wednesday that he thought the government should try using an alternative method to clean up oil that’s been polluting the gulf since a…

Palin: Health summit would have been better with beer

Palin tells tea partiers to ‘take over’ Republican Party Bipartisan health care reform negotiations would be more productive if lawmakers just had a buzz, according to Sarah Palin. The former Alaska Governor told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the White House “beer summit” accomplished more than Thursday’s health care reform…

New Mexico backs concealed handguns in places that serve alcohol

In a puzzling and little-reported move Friday, New Mexico’s state senate approved a law allowing residents to take concealed guns into restaurants serving wine and beer — in an effort to reduce crime. The bill, sponsored by Democratic Sen. George Munoz, would allow individuals with concealed handgun licenses to take…

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