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Though it seems an unlikely target for thieves, a particular brand of laundry detergent is being stolen across the country.
A new app called Tweet-a-Beer lets you use social media to buy a beverage for friends across the country.
Despite having a multitude of beverages to choose from when dining out, an increasing number of American restaurant-goers are ordering just water.
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