'Nightline' Daily Line, Jan. 25: The Google Diet

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5:50 p.m. ET: The Obama "Abuse of Power" Case: A huge ruling, contradicting the practice of presidents for 150 years. Read "Nightline" anchor Terry Moran's take HERE

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4:48 p.m. ET: Apple has stopped doing business with a Chinese manufacturer after a report said it had employed 74 underage workers. According to Apple's Supplier Responsibility Report, which was released by the company Thursday, Guangdong Real Faith Pingzhou Electronics was employing workers under the age of 16.

"Our auditors were dismayed to discover 74 cases of workers under age 16 - a core violation of our Code of Conduct. As a result, we terminated our business relationship with PZ," the company says in the report.

Read the full story by ABC's tech editor Joanna Stern HERE

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Last year, "Nightline" anchor Bill Weir went inside Foxconn, one of Apple's major manufactors, after it came under scrutiny for labor violations. Watch Bill's special report HERE:

3:01 p.m. ET: CASEY ANTHONY UPDATE: A Florida appeals court has overturned two of Casey Anthony's four lying convictions for misleading authorities, including claiming that her daughter Caylee had been abducted by a fictitious nanny. Read the full story HERE

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"Nightline" Flashback to 2011: Casey Anthony is acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter. Watch what happened in our special report:

2:30 p.m. ET: SOLD: This 1981 photo of Princess Diana marked "Not To Be Published" sold for $18,396 at auction:

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12:01 p.m. ET: INSIDE GOOGLE…'S CAFETERIA: At Google's New York City offices, it's rumored you are never more than 150 feet from some kind of food.

The building sports a cafeteria with too many options to choose from, with scattered micro kitchens full of free food for employees, 24/7. Employees never had to leave the building for nourishment.

But with all this food goodness came unwanted pounds. And now, Google has put itself on a diet.

Find out how they did it - and how it's changed the way Googlers think about food - in ABC's Juju Chang's story HERE.

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10:13 a.m. ET: The thick glasses Hillary Clinton has been wearing in public since returning from a concussion and blood clot last month are the result of lingering effects of her health problems, a Clinton aide confirms.

"She'll be wearing these glasses instead of her contacts for a period of time because of lingering issues stemming from her concussion," said spokesman Philippe Reines. "With them on she sees just fine."

Read the full story HERE

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