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Seven Theories of the Case, Updated: One Year Later, What More Do We Know About L’Affaire Russe?

More than a year ago, writing with Jane Chong in May 2017, we laid out what we called, “Seven Theories of the Case: What Do We Really Know about L’Affaire Russe and What Could it All Mean?” The lengthy post … Continue reading

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Seven Main Causes of Distracted Driving in Georgia

Distracted driving in Georgia has reached epidemic proportions. Nationally, nine people are killed every day in the United States, and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that involve distracted driving. Distracted driving has been associated with smartphones in recent years. … Continue reading

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Passenger Overboard From Seven Seas Mariner

A cruise passenger reportedly went overboard early this morning from the Seven Seas Mariner.  The cruise ship was returning, eventually, to Vancouver from a cruise to ports in Alaska. The ship was sailing to Victoria on the 10th day of … Continue reading

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F/V Mystic Lady sinks. Seven rescued.

Seven people were rescued from a life raft in Thorne Bay, Alaska, Friday, after their 58-foot fishing vessel Mystic Lady ran aground and sank. A Coast Guard boat took the five adults and two children to a Thorne Bay pier … Continue reading

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U.S. Coast Guard Medevacs Passenger From Seven Seas Mariner

The Coast Guard in Alaska medevaced a 55-year-old cruise passenger from the Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship approximately 25 miles southeast of Montague Island in the Gulf of Alaska on Wednesday. Air Station Kodiak dispatched a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter to the … Continue reading

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