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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.

Your Android is vulnerable

Your Android is vulnerable

This may be the worst security flaw ever for Android gadgets.

A vulnerability in a media library called ‘Stagefright’ in nearly every android powered device makes some 950 million people around the world open to an attack that is simple as a text message.

File photo: Airlines investigated for possible ticket price fixing

Alleged airline price fixing?

Do airlines work together to keep your seat prices artificially high?

The Justice Department has launched an investigation into claims that the four major U.S. airlines are coordinating to limit how many seats are available on flights.

Several brands of bottled water are being recalled due to an E. Coli contamination risk

14 brands of bottled water recalled

Watch out for what bottled water you are drinking because 14 brands are being recalled due to possible E. Coli exposure.

Niagara Bottling, which is based in Canada, says it's doing this recall proactively. The company says the operator of a spring which supplies two of its plants in Pennsylvania failed to report evidence of E. Coli at the source.

Largest Fed Hack Ever?

Largest federal hack ever?

Four million current and former federal employees may have had their private and sensitive info hacked, according to U.S. investigators.

Officials fear it could be the largest cyber-attack ever on the federal government, affecting nearly every agency. Personal info such as Social Security numbers may have been compromised and it may have even reached the White House.

The 'science' behind a great family vacation

The 'science' behind a great family vacation

With so much focus on getting kids into ‘STEM’ (science tech engineering & math), how about hitting a city with a great science museum during your Summer travels this year?

HLN's Jennifer Westhoven takes a look at three cities with three top notch institutions that kids (and parents) will love:

Hot travel trend: Fun runs!

Hot travel trend: Fun runs!

If you think you're no good at running, it's time to give it a try! Even amateurs can have a blast one of the themed races happening all over the country this summer!

Fun runs like "Run Disney" are mushrooming across the country and your social feed!  

CHIP computer raises over million on Kickstarter

OMG, a $9 computer?

At least 20,000 people have pledged a total of more than $1 million to build the CHIP on Kickstarter -- in less than a week. It’s basically the computer guts, the motherboard, without any frills. You will still need a monitor, keyboard and mouse, but for only $9 bucks it could be a game-changer for people learning to code.

CHIP could be available next year.

The new Hamburglar still sports black and white stripes, but he's significantly slimmed down. The new look reflects McDonald's latest effort to turn itself into what CEO Steve Easterbrook recently described as "modern, progressive burger company."

New Hamburglar: Hot or not?

McDonalds is looking to get some spark back into their brand, by reviving the Hamburglar.

Instead of an actor in a mascot suit the new Hamburglar appears in a video to be a husband and father:

Toms "One Day Without Shoes"

Your bare feet could put shoes on a child in need

Do you want to give a free pair of shoes to a child who needs them?

Instagram your bare feet, and the shoe company Toms will do just that -- for free!

What do moms really want for Mother's Day?

What do moms REALLY want for Mother's Day?

Mother's day is Sunday. So how much are you spending on Mom this year?

The average is expected to be the highest in more 12 years: $172!

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