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There's a new concern about some vehicle air bags. Car safety regulators are investigating more than one million vehicles for possible faulty air bags. The air bags in question were installed in 2002 to 2006 models sold by Honda, Nissan, Mazda Chrysler and Toyota.

Some questions about what's actually in the beer we drink has caused a well known food blogger to launch and online petition. She's calling for Anheuser Busch and Miller Coors to reveal all of their ingredients. That's because she claims that some beer contains a chemical used in de-icing fluid and even fish parts.

Soon you and your phone will both be able to get a charge at Starbucks. Starbucks and Duracell Powermat have begun the national roll out of wireless phone chargers. Customers will be able to set their phone down on designated spots on their table and their batteries will charge while they enjoy a cup of coffee. There are no plugs, no cables and no cost. Customers in San Francisco will get to try it out first. But during the next three years 100,000 chargers will be installed in about 7,500 stores.

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