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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Stephanie Erdman of Destin, Florida, who was seriously injured by the airbag explosion in her Honda Civic during a traffic accident last year, testifies during a hearing before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee November 20, 2014 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

Frustration at Takata airbag hearing

Air Force Lt. Stephanie Erdman fought back tears as she described before a Senate committee hearing Thursday, the terrifying injuries she received from an exploding airbag.

Not only was the Takata airbag Senate hearing emotional, money expert Jen Westhoven reports there was also a lot of evasion and frustration too.

A record 27 new boosters earn highest IIHS rating

Is your car booster seat safe?

If you're going to put your child in a car booster seat, you might want to check to see if that seat got a good safety rating!

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), there are a record 27 booster seats in the top category, three of which are made by Britax.

New airline, WOW, offering $99 flights from the U.S. to Europe

$99 flight to Europe?

$99 flight to Ireland?

HLN money expert Jennifer Westhoven reports a new airline is offering super-low fares to entice you to travel!

Fashion truck hits the streets in style

Fashion truck hits the streets in style

Jessie Goldenberg always dreamed of opening a fashion boutique, but she couldn’t afford the rent in New York City.

So she decided to take a different route and open a shop on wheels.

New work perk: Freezing your eggs?!?

New work perk: Freezing your eggs?!?

Two tech giants are telling female employees they’ll pay to freeze their eggs, but some critics are blasting them for putting work and profits ahead of motherhood and families.

What do you think? Sound off on Facebook or in the comments below.

Hackers may have found your private Snapchats

Hackers may have found your private Snapchats

The app Snapchat is supposed to instantly delete your photos once you send them, but hackers are claiming they have accessed thousands of nude pics and videos from users! 

Maribel Aber reports on what’s being called "The Snappening."

Morning Express with Robin Meade producers take a selfie to demonstrate how marketers may use products in your pictures to sell you things.

Marketers are mining your selfies!

The stuff in your selfies says a lot about you... and digital marketers are taking note.

Marketing Magazine says companies like Gap and Urban Outfitters want to see how you are using their products 'in the wild.' So they're scanning sites like Pinterest, Instagram and others, looking for photos of you interacting with certain products and brands.

Jennifer Westhoven's 'mom hacks' are for all parents

The unexpectedly great place for a shower caddy

You can find them at the dollar store. They're perfect for keeping all your soaps, body washes, loofah sponges and other shower accouterments organized in the bathroom.

But did you ever consider putting a shower caddy in your CAR?

File photo of a smores flavored DQ Blizzard. Dairy Queen is the most recent target of a hacking that may have exposed customer information

Hackers hit Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen says customer data was compromised by the same kind of malware in the big Target and Home Depot hacks.   

CLICK HERE for the full list of impacted locations.  

Some AT&T customers elligible for refund on items that were 'crammed' into their bills

Click here to see if AT&T owes you money

AT&T has had to pay a record $105 million for cramming charges onto your bill.

As HLN money expert Jennifer Westhoven explains, some of the charges were for horoscopes, trivia and love tips and may have gone on for months.

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