Week at a glance: All stories

8:38pm: China has set an economic growth target range of 6.5% to 7% for this year as the central government struggles to manage a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. More
7:51pm: Hillary Clinton has agreed to join Bernie Sanders at a Fox News town hall on Monday night -- Clinton's first appearance on Fox in two years. More
7:22pm: SpaceX launched a satellite toward distant orbit on Friday after multiple delays. More
6:36pm: Erin Andrews was "living the dream" that became a "nightmare," her lawyer told a Nashville jury in her $75 million lawsuit over a nude video filmed and posted online by a stalker. The jury begins deliberations Monday. More
5:18pm: The crowd for Thursday night's GOP debate was so rowdy that it has people asking whether debates should have audiences at all. More
5:18pm: It looked as if Flint's housing market was finally starting to recover from the Great Recession, but then the water crisis hit. More
4:20pm: The casting of Zoe Saldana to play civil rights icon and singer Nina Simone in an upcoming biopic has reignited a debate about race and skin tone in Hollywood that goes beyond just black and white. More
3:18pm: "Zootopia," Disney's latest animated film, is bringing in rave reviews as well as big box office projections. More
2:12pm: Judge in Hulk Hogan's $100 million sex tape suit against Gawker rules that he cannot use "evidence" from the Erin Andrews nude video lawsuit. Opening statements are scheduled to begin Monday. More
1:25pm: Almost everyone would chip in something under Bernie Sanders' tax plan, but the highest income households would pay the most by far among individuals. And businesses would also help foot the bill in some major ways. More
12:51pm: Netflix shares have surged from the lows they hit earlier this year. With "House of Cards" and "Daredevil" returning this month and more hits on the way, analysts think the company's subscriber count will continue to swell around the world. More
12:41pm: Italian pasta giant Barilla wants to convince Americans that spaghetti, penne and lasagna are healthy food. More
12:10pm: British oil company BP has lost $5.2 billion in 2015 and plans to cut 7,000 jobs, but the bonus for CEO' Bob Dudley went up 40%. More
11:38am: Donald Trump testifies under oath about student refunds and hiring of instructors at Trump University. More
11:10am: The market's mood has gone from extremely bearish to downright bullish in just a month. What's changed? Oil has stabilized. Economic data and earnings aren't as awful as feared. Can the rally keep going? More
11:03am: Meg Whitman, CEO of HP Enterprises calls Trump a 'dishonest demagogue' who would 'sink this country into a recession.' More
10:50am: Here's what you need to know if you're a high school senior taking the new, redesigned SAT. The test will be given for the first time on Saturday, March 5. More
10:42am: Mamadou Diallo hosts hackathons for teens, takes AP classes, and teaches others to code. His cousin, Amadou Diallo, was shot by the police in 1999. That's just one thing fueling his desire to work at a social impact startup one day. More
10:28am: Smith & Wesson gun sales surged during the same quarter as the San Bernardino mass shooting. More
9:57am: New York Attorney General Schneiderman says there is clear evidence of fraud by Donald Trump in Trump University case. More
9:44am: Single ladies could be a decisive voting bloc in 2016. And they have an especially long list of reasons to be mad with the status quo. More
9:36am: With 16.8 million viewers, Thursday's GOP debate on Fox News was the highest-rated primary debate of 2016 and the fourth highest rated debate on record. More
9:27am: EU officials have estimated the immediate impact of restoring national borders across Europe. More
8:48am: Facebook is likely to pay millions more in taxes in the U.K. after making changes to its corporate structure. More
8:38am: The joke about Donald Trump's hands began 30 years ago in 'Spy' magazine. More
7:05am: Univision, the Spanish language broadcaster, says AT&T is discriminating against Hispanics by failing to reach a new distribution deal for Univision's stations. More
6:48am: The GoPro hate parade may have gotten a little out of hand. An analysis by LikeFolio provided exclusively to CNNMoney shows that GoPro stock has crashed a lot more than its ratings among consumers on social media. More
6:33am: American travelers are likely to save money on their European vacations in the coming months. More
5:58am: The new Chinese owners of one of Britain's most exclusive golf clubs say protests against higher fees could deter foreigners from investing in the U.K. More
5:50am: German sportswear brand Adidas plans to launch 3,000 new stores in China by 2020, despite a downturn in the world's second-largest economy. More
5:21am: Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. More
4:08am: Prices for old single malt whiskies are going through the roof as more people around the globe -- especially in Asia -- develop a taste for Scotch. More
3:59am: The U.S. economy added 242,000 jobs in February, a better gain than the one in January and a sign of more momentum in the U.S. job market. More
2:44am: Quicken's general manager is about to take on the role of part-owner. More