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Venmo is used to pay or request money from other people on the app. Every transaction has a memo line, and the app suggests emoji instead of words like "rent," "pizza," and "wine." Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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As Payments Go Social With Venmo, They're Changing Personal Relationships

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Taxpayers faced with smaller refunds or higher taxes have been airing their grievances online. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Anger, Confusion Over Dwindling Refunds. Is Trump's Tax Plan To Blame?

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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó talks to the press as he holds his daughter, Miranda, next to his wife, Fabiana Rosales, outside his home in Caracas on Thursday. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cars drive near Frankfurt Airport on Tuesday in Germany. Much of Germany's autobahn system has no speed limit, and a proposal to cap speeds at about 80 mph has sparked controversy. Silas Stein/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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Juan Guaidó, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally against President Nicolás Maduro in the capital, Caracas, on Wednesday. Fernando Llano/AP hide caption

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