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DoorDash and Starbucks have struck a partnership that is set to make coffee deliveries available to customers in all 50 U.S. states. The rollout will begin in a handful of states, including California, Texas, Florida, and Georgia, then expand from there. Once fully launched, about 95 percent of Starbucks' core menu will be available through the DoorDash app. 


Jonah Larson started making crochet clothing and crafts on Youtube 10 years ago when she was 5 years old. Now the 15-year-old crochet prodigy has raised $25,000 for children in her home country of Ethiopia. The money will provide 2,000 kids with a library, new restrooms, and a science lab. Larson promoted her initiative on "Good Morning America" this week.


Dolly Parton is expanding her Duncan Hines baking collection with the addition of new items, including mixes for caramel turtle brownies, buttermilk biscuits, and sweet cornbread. The beloved singer and actor announced the new mixes, wearing a strikingly pink outfit, in a video on Duncan Hines' website. The Dolly-branded product line has so far been a smash hit. 

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