Consumer News: Several state suing Google over app store practices, celebrate National Freezer Pop Day and more!

CNN– Dozens of states are suing Google over its app store practices. The anti-trust lawsuit was filed in U.S. district court. The District of Columbia and 36 states are named as participants. South Carolina was not named. The suit alleges Google holds a monopoly on Android app distribution in the United States, and Google has used restrictive contracts to force Android device makers to promote the Google Play Store at the expense of competition. Google responded by saying it’s strange that a group of state attorneys general chose to file a lawsuit attacking a system that provides more openness and choice than others.

Everything from flights and hotels to car rentals are more expensive this summer. Experts say those soaring prices are caused by strong rebound in demand across the travel industry. Mary Moloney shows us why it’s not keeping American travelers home.

It’s an icy cold treat synonymous with summer, and today is a day to celebrate freezer pops! National Freezer Pop Day honors the frozen treat that’s been around for more than 60 years. You can show off your favorite flavor by posting to social media with the #NationalFreezerPopDay.

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