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The 19 countries in the Eurozone have called an emergency meeting to try to decide how to respond to Greece’s rejection of the bailout plan. If Greece can’t pay back the 3.9 billion dollars of debt, they may have to leave the Eurozone which would mean they would not be able to use the Euro as their currency anymore.
Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a “sophisticated” snack for grown-ups that isn’t meant to be twisted or dunked.
Starbucks is raising the cost of a cup of coffee again this summer and jacking up the price on some of their drinks as much as 20 cents.
You may have heard about the shootout between police and a murder suspect downtown yesterday. The victim has been identified as Conrado Contreras, who was a taxi driver with Yellow Cab. He also served in the Army for 15 years. He was apparently shot by Michael Holt. Holt later fired at police in the Omni hotel and was killed in a shootout. At this point, nobody knows why all this happened.