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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Malaysia Airlines picks new CEO after string of departures

Izham Ismail becomes the fourth person to run the embattled airline in less than three years.

Published 11:53 PM

Unsent letter from Titanic passenger sets auction record

Recovered from the body of a passenger on the Titanic, the letter fetched $166,000 at auction.

Published 11:25 PM

Justin Timberlake to perform at his first Super Bowl since 'Nipplegate'

Justin Timberlake is returning to the Super Bowl stage for the first time since Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction."

Published 10:18 PM

'Outrageous:' Gretchen Carlson and others react to new Bill O'Reilly revelation

In an interview on CNN's "Reliable Sources" she identified a problem with the "corporate culture" at Fox and said similar issues exist at other companies.

Published 4:03 PM

Ex-Fox News anchor responds to O'Reilly story

Gretchen Carlson responds to the NYT report that Bill O'Reilly struck a $32 million settlement with a former Fox colleague one month prior to the network renewing his contract. Her sexual harassment suit against Roger Ailes set off a domino effect that has since toppled some of the most powerful men in media

Published 2:20 PM

Canada's Freeland on NAFTA: 'It's easy to take us for granted'

"Canada is kind of like the girl next door. It's easy to take us for granted," Chrystia Freeland told CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday's "GPS."

Published 12:56 PM

Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs: "it's easy to take us for granted"

Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland sat down with Fareed Zakaria to discuss the current status of NAFTA negotiations.

Published 12:25 PM

'Is this thing on?':Jemele Hill tweets for the first time since ESPN suspension

Hill, who was suspended due to a second violation of the company's social media guidelines, confirmed that she will be back on Monday to co-host SportsCenter's 6PM show, SC6.

Published 12:17 PM

It's primetime for Amazon and sizzling Dow stocks

The stock market boom has raised expectations for Amazon and the four leaders of the Dow when they report earnings this week. Look to see if Boeing, McDonald's, Caterpillar and Visa can keep carrying the Dow to new heights.

Published 7:47 AM