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On the road: Vermont’s controversial GMO labeling law has now gone into effect. With the supermarket industry and agribusiness-backed Senators trying to defeat the law, we took a field trip to Vermont to see the labels in action.

Out with the old: BlackBerry has announced it will stop making the BlackBerry Classic, its last device to use a physical keyboard. 

Rumor mill: A new report from the ever-popular “source familiar with the situation" says Verizon Wireless is planning to increase the data cap on all of their wireless plans… but at a cost.

Going up: For the third year in a row, Starbucks will dig its hands a little deeper into customers’ wallets, once again raising the prices for many drinks on its menu.

Hello, stranger: What’s going on when your Amazon package gets delivered by some guy in a sedan?

“If you are going to hot-wire a car, you don’t bring along a laptop.” — Officer with the Houston Police Department points out to The Wall Street Journal.

“It’s unique. It’s a lot of cheese. It’s a high-value property, and we’re gonna take it seriously like we would any theft.” — Police captain in Wisconsin discussing a recent cheese theft with FOX 6 News.
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