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What Happened? Amazon Removes Half Of The Streaming Video I Bought

In which we seek to uncover the mystery of the disappearing Amazon video...
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Yoink!: One Consumerist reader is mystified when Amazon removes half the streaming video he bought. So what happened?

Same old: Charter has been told to get its customer service act together, but experts say Time Warner Cable/Charter customers will probably still be dissatisfied after the companies merge.

What's in a brand name?: Ads for prescription and over-the-counter drugs are everywhere, but how well have we been paying attention to these ads? Take our Consumerist quiz to test your knowledge.

Feeling tipsy: New legislation aims to reduce injuries and deaths from furniture and household appliances that tip over or fall because they are not properly secured.

How sweet it isn't:  There could be more changes in sight for Diet Pepsi after the brand switched from using aspartame to a sucralose blend sweetener. 

“Shut up and don’t talk to me again, okay?” — American Airlines flight attendant during fight with passenger over in-flight meal service.

"This does not bode well for customers." — Report released last week addressing Charter/Time Warner Cable merger's impact on customer service.
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