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Qatar accused of labor abuses ahead of World Cup

Soccer fans getting ready to attend the World Cup in Qatar are just learning they will not be able to drink alcohol in the stadiums. The sudden reversal surprised Budweiser, which paid $75 million to be the official beer sponsor. There are also growing concerns of media censorship. Meanwhile, human rights group estimate that hundreds of migrant workers died building the infrastructure for Qatar's World Cup. Holly Williams reports.


Top brewers respond to falling beer sales

Anheuser Busch has something new on tap for the Super Bowl: an ad for their new hard seltzer, as the company tries to cater to Americans' changing tastes. Along with major holidays, Super Bowl Sunday is among the biggest beer-drinking days of the year. But after more than five years of declining sales for traditional lagers, top brewers are looking beyond beer. Janet Shamlian reports on how beer manufacturers are keeping up with public trends.

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