5 Things to Talk About Today

  • A new lawsuit alleges dozens of California wineries are knowingly producing and selling wine with high levels of inorganic arsenic. The wineries in question include Sutter Home, Beringer, and Trader Joe's-favorite Charles Shaw. — CBS News
     
  • A rare solar eclipse was seen by millions in Europe and North Africa. Spectators gathered to watch the moon come between Earth and the sun to plunge areas into darkness. — BBC News
     
  • Burger King to sell flame-broiled men's fragrance in Japan. April fools joke or unique marketing idea? — CNN 
     
  • New Gallup survey finds largest populations of LGBT Americans live in western cities. San Francisco, Portland, Denver, and Salt Lake City are all in the top 10. — The New York Times
     
  • The FAA grants Amazon's drones "experimental airworthiness certificate." Research and development moves forward on the online superstore's futuristic proposed delivery method. — Gizmodo

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