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.

Eye test key to early Alzheimer's diagnosis?

Eye test key to early Alzheimer's diagnosis?

Your eyes may reveal whether you have Alzheimer’s 10 years before you show symptoms.

Researchers found the same plaque that builds up in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients, also happens in the retina.

Chinese zoo tries to pass a dog off as a lion

Uproar! Zoo tries to pass dog off as a lion

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Bob Van Dillen riding Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure and Safari in New Jersey

Bob's Summer Thrills: Roller coasters

HLN's Bob Van Dillen and members of the American Coaster Enthusiasts were up early celebrating National Roller Coaster Day by riding Goliath at Six Flags Over Georgia just outside Atlanta.

It's the final installment in Bob's "Summer Thrills" series. New, bigger, faster coasters are thrilling families all across the country, and amusement parks are still a great value for a full day's entertainment.

Author Theo Nestor wrote her memoir "How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed" after her ex-husband's lies about a gambling addiction led to the end of their marriage

What to do when life gives you liars

Lies can wreck marriages, bank accounts and lives, but a wife found a creative way to rebuild after her husband's lies.

Theo Pauline Nestor says her ex-husband lied about his gambling addiction, and this eventually led to the end of their 12-year marriage. Nestor turned that painful betrayal into a humorous memoir titled "How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed."

Some Iams and Eukanuba pet foods may be tainted with Salmonella

Major dog and cat food recall

Some Iams and Eukanuba foods may be tainted with salmonella.

That could get your pet sick. It could also make humans who handle tainted food sick too.

Pumpkin display at grocery store near Atlanta, Georgia -- August 13, 2013

Boo humbug! Halloween in August?

You're still putting on sunblock and shorts, but you're seeing skeletons and Halloween jack-o-lanterns at the stores already.

Apparently back-to-school sales weren't very hot this year so some stores have put out their holiday displays even earlier!

Is coffee good for me or not?

Death by coffee?

You might want to put down that coffee, especially if it's your fourth or fifth cup.

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic say binging on coffee could lead to an early death in people under 55.

Vote for the most outrageous lie: HLNtv.com/LiarLiar

Murder & money top the 10 most outrageous lies

All week long we asked you to rank the top 10 most outrageous lies at HLNtv.com/LiarLiar

So who the most outrageous lie?

File photo: Lisa Robin Kelly of the FOX series 'That '70s Show'

'That 70s Show' actress Lisa Robin Kelly dead

Actress Lisa Robin Kelly, best known for her role in the TV sitcom "That 70s Show," has died just days after checking into rehab.

The 43-year-old had been battling addiction for several years and had a number of arrests. In June, Kelly was charged with driving under the influence. Her agent said Kelly was hopeful that she would be able to overcome her problems.

File photo: View of the National Security Agency (NSA) in the Washington suburb of Fort Meade, Maryland

Report: NSA repeatedly broke privacy rules

Top secret documents, leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, show the agency broke privacy rules thousands of times.

A report from the Washington Post says It's been going on for years, and includes intercepted e-mails, phone calls, even violating court orders.

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