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(CNN/CBS) - If you're a burrito fan, check out the burrito-box.  It's a burrito vending machine debuting at California gas stations.  There are six varieties to choose from, including breakfast burritos.  It takes 60 seconds for the burrito to be warmed up.  You can add a side of sour cream or guac for a charge.  The burritos are 3 dollars plus tax.


The American Museum of Natural history has some pretty eye-catching glow-in-the-dark fish!
It isn't a lighting trick or some product of genetic engineering.  Researchers with the American Museum of Natural History published the photographs as part of a study of naturally glowing fish species.  The fish glow because they absorb blue light, transform it and emit it as another color.

Now trending in entertainment news, Meryl Streep is making some controversial remarks about Walt Disney.  She claims Walt Disney was a quote, "gender bigot" and "had some racist proclivities."  She made the comments at the National Board of Review Awards Gala in New York.  According to the LA Times, Streep quoted a 1938 letter from Disney to a woman seeking to be animator that said, in part, "women do not do any of the creative work..."  She also said Disney supported an anti-Semitic lobbying group.  Despite that, Meryl Streep is set to appear in an upcoming Disney film called, "Into the Woods."  
 
Chris Brown and his bodyguard are not taking a plea deal.  They're accused of beating up a 20-year-old man outside a D.C. hotel back in October.  Brown and his bodyguard now face a maximum of 180 days in jail and a thousand dollar fine if convicted.  Another hearing was scheduled for February.

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