A 64-year-old man from Minnesota has been arrested for drunken driving for the 28th time — and he’s likely broken a state record. Danny Lee Bettcher, of New York Mills, was charged with felony-level drunken driving and refusing to submit to a preliminary breath test on Thursday, according to the Star Tribune. “I am way...
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- Couples sue fertility clinic over eggs with genetic defect
By DAVID KLEPPER, Associated Press - Wednesday Nov 15, 2017
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- Uber’s new CEO heading to London in bid to save license
By Reuters - Friday Sep 29, 2017
The new chief executive of Uber will meet the head of London’s transport system next week to try to retain the license for its ride hailing service in the British capital. Transport for London (TfL), which regulates and operates the transport network in one of the world’s richest cities, stunned the taxi-app firm last week...