Amazon takes action against fake solar eclipse glasses

As the world inches closer to the solar eclipse, Amazon is taking action against fake solar eclipse glasses.

The company says it's giving refunds to customers who bought solar viewing glasses that "may not comply with industry standards". The American Astronomical Society warns that some companies are fraudulently marketing their glasses as NASA approved by printing out fake logos and certification stamps.

A list of verified vendors of glasses can be found on the American Astronomical Society website.

Also trending this morning, Bruno Mars announced at a Michigan concert that he and Live Nation would be donating $1,000,000 to the Community Foundation of Greater Flint. The singer said "It's important we don't forget our brothers and sisters affected by this disaster.

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