CNN — The second phase of a million-dollar online whisky auction has been postponed after it became the target of a cyber attack, auctioneers have said. Gooding spent decades in pursuit of the perfect collection, and traveled regularly to Scotland to search for special bottles at auctions and distilleries, according to the auction house, the specialist drinks seller Whisky Auctioneers. The eclectic mix of whiskies includes rare and valuable bottles from The Macallan, Bowmore and Springbank, as well as drinks from now-closed distilleries, Stromness Distillery and Dallas Dhu. Now, a statement on the website of the auctioneer says the sale had in fact been targeted by criminals. All rights reserved. Denver Broncos.
Stranger Things Table Read Video Reveals Who Will Return For Season 4
Stranger Things posted a video of the Season 4 table read, revealing who will be returning for the new season in the process. Season three of Stranger Things took the massively popular Netflix original to the next level in It also seemed as if we had lost one of the members of the much-loved cast. Jim Hopper appeared to be blown to smithereens in the season finale. However, teasers for the upcoming season have revealed that not to be the case. The second of two trailers released so far reveals Hopper, presumably in Russia working on a railroad. That's about all that has been revealed about the new season so far, although in fairness to the show's creators, it probably isn't that far along when it comes to production.
A federal judge announced the agreement Thursday after months of court-ordered mediation. It came just days before the start of the season. More than 4, former athletes -- some suffering from dementia, depression or Alzheimer's that they blamed on blows to the head -- had sued the league, accusing it of concealing the dangers of concussions and rushing injured players back onto the field while glorifying and profiting from the kind of bone-jarring hits that make for spectacular highlight-reel footage.
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