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  • Was this the night Trump decided to run? 

    Multiple news outlets have suggested that President Obama's mocking of Donald Trump at the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner provoked him to run for office. Trump tells a different story. Regardless, President Trump has declined to go to this year's dinner.

  • 'The Circle' director on a world without privacy 

    Director James Ponsoldt talks to CNNTech's Laurie Segall about his new movie 'The Circle' and the fine line between transparency and a lack of privacy.

  • Heineken ad attempts to bridge divides 

    This Heineken ad is drawing praise online for its message and execution, in sharp contrast to the recent Pepsi ad featuring Kendall Jenner.

  • Tom Hanks and Emma Watson talk social media 

    On the red carpet for "The Circle," stars Tom Hanks and Emma Watson spoke about their social media presence and roles for women in tech.

  • Here's how tax cuts affect the economy 

    The Trump administration has outlined dramatic tax cuts. CNN's Christine Romans explains how previous tax cuts have impacted economic growth.

  • A List of Human Temptation 
    A List of Human Temptation(06:33)Apr 27 2017

    Broken relationships, suicides, data driven cheating -- this is life after the Ashley Madison hack.

  • In Pursuit of Ashley 
    In Pursuit of Ashley(08:53)Apr 27 2017

    Data shows when you're at your weakest. Could you be programmed to cheat? Laurie Segall reaches out to current and former Ashley Madison employees to find out the truth about the company.

  • The Science of Cheating 
    The Science of Cheating(07:24)Apr 27 2017

    In this episode of Mostly Human, Laurie Segall explores how Ashley Madison used algorithms that would make you more likely to click-for-affair. She also speaks with biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher to find out if humans are programmed for monogamy.

  • A Pastor's Suicide 
    A Pastor's Suicide(04:21)Apr 27 2017

    A husband who cheated. A hack the exposed him. A year later, Laurie Segall revisits one woman whose life was irrevocable changed by the Ashley Madison hack.

  • The Modern Day Scarlet Letter 
    The Modern Day Scarlet Letter(01:32)Apr 27 2017

    An investigation into the human impact of a hack that exposed 36 million potential cheaters. Behind the hack, there were suicides, broken families. And inside the War Room of Ashley Madison, there were millions of dollars on the table, death threats, and a ticking time bomb that would explode with society's secrets.

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt on our celebrity obsession 

    Laurie Segall sits down with Joseph Gordon-Levitt to speak about how he hopes our children will build better social media platforms.

  • Adidas president addresses tone-deaf Boston Marathon e-mail 

    Adidas North America president Mark King explains to CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia how the company's Boston marathon email went terribly wrong, and why Adidas wants to take a stronger stand on diversity.

  • Donald Trump on tax reform  
    Donald Trump on tax reform (01:18)Apr 27 2017

    President Donald Trump promised to cut taxes across the board when he was campaigning, but he also said he'd be open to negotiation.

  • Watch: French workers boo Macron, cheer Le Pen 

    French Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron was booed and whistled at by factory workers while his rival Marine Le Pen was cheered.

  • Is this the most abused fruit? 
    Is this the most abused fruit?(03:08)Apr 27 2017

    Anthony Bourdain once described this fruit by saying "Your breath will smell as if you'd been French kissing your dead grandmother", yet durians are one of the top Malaysian exports. Richard Quest tastes the nation's most prized flavor to see how it is translating to big business.

  • United releases new customer service plan 

    United Airlines has released 10 new policy changes to improve its customer service.

  • Trump considers order to withdraw from NAFTA 

    Michael Froman, former US Trade Representative during the Obama administration, says if the Trump administration decides to pull out of NAFTA, "it would have a very significant effect on millions of jobs in the United States."

  • Source: ESPN laying off 100 employees 

    A source familiar with the matter tells CNNMoney that ESPN is laying off 100 on-air personalities and writers.

  • Trump administration calls for dramatic tax cuts 

    The Trump administration has finally outlined its new tax proposal, which leans heavily on tax cuts but offers few details on how to pay for them.

  • Mnuchin: Trump has 'no intention' of releasing tax returns 

    President Trump has "no intention" of releasing his tax returns, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said at a press conference.

  • What is a border adjustment tax? 

    House Republicans want a border adjustment tax. The Trump Administration hasn't signed on. Christine Romans explains what it is, and why it has much more to do with corporate tax breaks on exports and imports.

  • Watch a blob of rubber turn into a basketball 

    CNNMoney takes you to a factory in Jalandhar, India to see how basketballs are made from a giant piece of rubber, and then shot at an iron plate at 25 mph.

  • Mnuchin outlines 'massive' tax cut for businesses 

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin outlines the Trump administration's corporate tax cuts.

  • Cohn outlines Trump tax cuts 
    Cohn outlines Trump tax cuts(01:09)Apr 26 2017

    White House Chief Economic Adviser Gary Cohn discusses the Trump administration's tax cuts.

  • Amazon's Alexa is judging your fashion sense now 

    With the new Echo Look, Amazon's Alexa can help you get dressed by taking photos and comparing outfits. But do we need computers telling us what not to wear?

  • Cohn: Number of tax brackets will be cut from 7 to 3 

    White House Chief Economic Adviser Gary Cohn discusses the Trump administration's tax proposal.

  • FCC chairman Ajit Pai in 100 seconds 

    A former Verizon legal counselor and Justice Department employee, Ajit Pai is running the Federal Communications Commission under President Trump.

  • GOP tries to revive health care bill 

    House republicans have drafted an amendment that would allow states to get waivers to weaken certain Obamacare protections for people with pre-existing conditions. MJ Lee reports.

  • Baidu CEO: Immigrants welcome 
    Baidu CEO: Immigrants welcome(01:50)Apr 26 2017

    As President Trump embarks on a "Hire American" strategy, Robin Li, the founder of Chinese internet giant Baidu, says the country needs to open up to attract foreign talents.

  • Mnuchin: Biggest tax cut in US history 

    US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks about the Trump administration's plans for tax reform, saying it will be the biggest tax cut and largest tax reform in US history.

  • Checking into halal hotels 

    Faith is part of the fabric of society in Malaysia, and has given rise to new industries. We check into one of Kuala Lumpur's halal branded hotels to see what exactly that entails.

  • Saving produce from spoiling with a low-tech solution  

    With a third of the world's food supply being lost to spoilage, FreshPaper sheets are designed to keep produce fresh for longer.

  • TransferWise CEO worries about Trump and Brexit 

    The CEO of the international money transfer startup talks about the impact that President Trump's policies and Brexit could have on his business.

  • Why this unicorn isn't rushing to IPO 

    TransferWise CEO Taavet Hinrikus says that he isn't rushing to take his company public, and that he doesn't even think about the startup's valuation. CNNtech's Samuel Burke sits down with him to find out why.

  • Is this massive development Malaysia's Shenzhen? 

    Three hours from Kuala Lumpur is the economic development zone of Iskandar -- it's three times the size of Singapore, and part of a 20 year plan with billions of dollars invested to develop this region.

  • Sheryl Sandberg: 'No one gets through these things alone' 

    Jake Tapper interviews Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg whose husband died two years ago and wrote a book about coping with loss.

  • This Russian robot shoots guns 
    This Russian robot shoots guns(01:39)Apr 26 2017

    A Russian official posted a video on his Twitter page of FEDOR, a humanoid robot being worked on by the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects. It's shown using tools, driving a car and shooting guns at targets.

  • Kairos founder: Young entrepreneurs have a responsibility 

    The Kairos Summit brought together global tech leaders to focus on how to transform traditional industries. Laurie Segall spoke to partner Ankur Jain on getting young entrepreneurs involved in collaborative solutions.

  • Canada's foreign minister: Lumber tax will hurt Americans 

    Chrystia Freeland, Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister, says the Trump administration's hefty tariff on softwood lumber "is going to cost middle-class Americans who want to buy a house."

  • Nordstrom sells these silly, pricey things 

    Nordstrom is selling dirty jeans for $425 dollars. Here's a look at the retailer's other brushes with exorbitant prices and Twitter mockery.

  • Maggie Siff talks new season of 'Billions' 

    CNN's Christine Romans talked with 'Billions' Maggie Siff on what she wants for Wendy Rhoades in season 3, and what it's like to be a working mom.

  • Wikipedia founder is taking on fake news 

    Jimmy Wales is bringing together journalists and an army of volunteer fact checkers for a new publication called Wikitribune.

  • Waymo is giving out test rides in self-driving cars 

    Self-driving car company Waymo is giving out free rides to Phoenix-area residents. It's a chance for the company to gather feedback and an opportunity for riders to experience autonomous driving.

  • Samsung's latest problem: Red-tinted screens 

    Some buyers of Samsung's latest smartphone, the Galaxy S8, have received devices with red-tinted screens. This follows the infamous exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and a delay in the company's voice assistant Bixby. Samuel Burke reports.

  • Nigeria's rocky political landscape 

    Armed conflict, rampant corruption and a struggling economy -- these are some of the major challenges facing Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.

  • Trump's job creation, 100 days in 

    President Trump claims he has created 600,000 jobs so far, but government data shows about half that.

  • The price of Nigeria's oil addiction 

    Nigeria's economy is heavily dependent on oil revenue, and price swings can send the country from recession to recovery in a matter of months.

  • Trump hits Canadian lumber with steep tariffs 

    The first tariffs imposed by the Trump administration target Canadian lumber. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Candidate Trump vs. President Trump 

    Jake Tapper reports on the major differences between President Trump and Candidate Trump.

  • Shutdown deadline nears, border wall looms  

    Fights over money to pay for a border wall, as well as Obamacare subsidies, threaten to trip up congressional talks over a funding bill to head off a government shutdown. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.