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  • Tom Arnold, ahead of upcoming show on Viceland, says he has tapes of Trump 

    While appearing on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront," Tom Arnold was asked by CNN's Poppy Harlow about his upcoming show for Viceland - and about President Donald Trump.

  • Americans LOVE Football (aka soccer) 

    Richard may have met his match with Roger Bennett of 'Men in Blazers.' You will want to watch this one as two Liverpudlians debate their adoptive home's love of soccer/football. (Yes, they tackle that one, too.)

  • Time cover shows Trump towering over toddler 

    Time Magazine's latest photo illustration shows President Trump looming over a toddler in response to the Trump administration practice that effectively separated families crossing the US-Mexico border.

  • How companies are spending their tax cuts 

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act lowered the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. CNN's Alison Kosik reports on how businesses are using the tax savings.

  • Here's how Chipotle is making a comeback 

    After a series of health scares in recent years, Chipotle is testing new menu items to lure back customers.

  • OPEC agrees to boost oil production 

    Nigerian Energy Minister Emmanuel Kachikwu tells CNNMoney's John Defterios that production could increase by 600,000 to 700,000 barrels a day.

  • See the all-new Chevy Blazer 
    See the all-new Chevy Blazer(00:51)Jun 22 2018

    The Chevrolet Blazer will go on sale in 2019, but those with nostalgia for the classic model may be disappointed.

  • Meet the man kicking GE off the Dow 

    After 100 years, the only company still on the Dow Jones Industrial Average since its inception, GE is being replaced. Who decides who is in and who is out of the Dow 30? Richard Quest meets him and asks him "WHY?"

  • Is Greece ready for the 'real world'? 

    Bailouts will soon be in the past for Greece. Really... Really? Let's ask the Chairman of the Athens Stock Exchange on the floor of the NYSE.

  • Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer dies at 68 

    Fox News commentator and Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer has died after a battle with cancer. He was 68 years old.

  • Saudi energy minister: We're determined to meet oil demand 

    Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih says OPEC is preventing prices from escalating and will "release supplies to make sure that no shortage materializes."

  • Egypt strikes sponsor deal with FIFA 

    Egypt has become an official supporter of the World Cup to promote tourism and investment in the country. CNN's Richard Quest spoke to Egypt's Tourism Minister, Rania Al-Mashat.

  • Here's how KitKats are made 
    Here's how KitKats are made(02:33)Jun 21 2018

    Go inside the KitKat factory in Japan to see how the candy is made, including unconventional flavors like cheesecake and wasabi.

  • Brits are sick and tired of Brexit 

    It has been two years since Britain voted to leave the European Union, but the debate over Brexit has only grown more contentious. CNN's Anna Stewart looks at how both sides of the political divide are worn out by the seemingly endless negotiations.

  • Your online shopping may get more expensive 

    The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the state. CNN's Joe Johns reports.

  • Intel CEO resigns over 'past consensual relationship' 

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's past relationship with an employee was "a violation of Intel's non-fraternization policy."

  • WSJ: National Enquirer subpoenaed in Cohen probe 

    Federal prosecutors in New York have subpoenaed American Media Inc, publisher of the National Enquirer, related to the $150,000 payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal as part of the probe into President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

  • Iran's oil minister blames Trump for high oil price 

    Iranian oil minister Bijan Zanganeh says uncertainty in the oil market was created when the US pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal. He says that previously agreed limits on production remain the best way to balance global oil supply, demand and prices.

  • How 'Stranger Things' helps Eggo sales 

    Thanks to the popularity of Netflix's "Stranger Things," sales of Eggo waffles have gotten a boost. But one analyst says the gap between seasons has sent some Eggo sales to the upside down.

  • Bank stress tests, explained 
    Bank stress tests, explained(01:43)Jun 20 2018

    Banks are just like me and you: they can feel stress. But only one of us can topple the world's economy. CNN's Jon Sarlin explains how stress tests measure a bank's ability to react to an economic downturn, and why more banks are now passing them.

  • Investment strategist: Trade won't stop stock gains 

    Lindsey Bell, investment strategist with CFRA Research, tells CNN's Richard Quest why trade may cause volatility, but she still expects the market to climb.

  • Why Disney raised its bid for Fox 

    CNNMoney's Paul R. La Monica tells Richard Quest why media companies are buying assets to plan for the future and guard against Netflix.

  • Shale exec: US will surpass Russia in oil production 

    Pioneer Natural Resources Chairman Scott Sheffield expects US oil production to surpass 11 million barrels a day within the next three to four months.

  • Corey Lewandowski: I was mocking Democrat, not girl 

    Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski responded to the outrage caused by his "womp womp" comments when he heard a story about a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who was reportedly separated from her mother at the border.

  • Disney raises bid for 21st Century Fox assets 

    Disney raised its initial bid for 21st Century Fox from $52.4 billion to $71.3 billion, topping Comcast's $65 billion offer. CNNMoney's Brian Stelter reports.

  • Patents: A history of innovation 

    The United States has issued its ten millionth patent. CNNMoney takes a look at notable patents throughout the years and how tech giants use them today.

  • Will the U.S. Keep on Truckin'? 

    A shortage of U.S. truck drivers threatens not only your Amazon deliveries but companies around the world are seeing the problem show up in their bottom line.

  • Tiffany is trying to be cool. It's working. 

    Tiffany & Co. is revamping its image to attract a younger crowd. Here's a look at the ad campaigns and store redesigns that seem to be working.

  • Watch: Viral video of Tesla on fire 

    On Friday, actress Mary McCormack tweeted a video of a Tesla in flames. She says the car belonged to her husband and that the fire happened 'out of the blue'.

  • What zero tolerance really looks like 

    CNN's Rosa Flores, Ed Lavandera and Bob Ortega report on the US-Mexico border as children are being separated from their parents.

  • New WarnerMedia CEO: Our job is to back up CNN 

    John Stankey, the new CEO of WarnerMedia, says the company understands there is a different obligation of responsibility when it comes to managing a news organization and WarnerMedia will support CNN as they continue to report on the facts.

  • Will the media dominoes start to fall? 

    Now that the AT&T/Time Warner deal has gone through, which media companies will merge and which will be left standing?

  • Vice: A company 'built on hype' 

    Reeves Wiedeman joins Brian Stelter to discuss his New York magazine story about Vice Media. He says a company that was "built on hype" must now face the real issue of the limits to its growth.

  • Rob Reiner on Trump, the probe and the press 

    Filmmaker Rob Reiner, an outspoken Trump critic, talks with Brian Stelter about the health of our press, our parties and our democracy. He says pro-Trump talk shows and websites are "essentially state-run media."

  • How to make a 'truth sandwich' 
    How to make a 'truth sandwich'(04:17)Jun 17 2018

    Brian Stelter shares linguist George Lakoff's advice about stopping the spread of political lies. Stelter's idea is a "truth sandwich." Doug Heye says news outlets shouldn't give so much attention to Trump's tweets.

  • Stelter on the AT&T deal and CNN's future 

    Brian Stelter discusses AT&T's ownership of CNN and the other parts of what is now formerly known as Time Warner. He also shares highlights from his interview with John Stankey, the new head of WarnerMedia.

  • Trump's 'vicious cycle' of dishonesty 

    President Trump's interviews and pressers generated a lot of news coverage and a lot of fact-checks. Brian Karem, Olivia Nuzzi and Doug Heye discuss the value of "access" with Brian Stelter.

  • Karem not sorry for briefing room outburst 

    Brian Karem tells Brian Stelter he has no regrets about interrupting Sarah Sanders at a recent briefing. Rather, he's sorry to suffering families "for waiting so long and holding my temper." He said he is "extremely angry with this administration."

  • Top story on Father's Day: migrant families 

    Brian Karem, Olivia Nuzzi and Doug Heye join Brian Stelter to discuss coverage of the policy change that is causing more parents to be separated from their children after crossing the border illegally. Nuzzi says Trump is "lying about this policy."

  • Trumpworld's deception is getting worse 

    Brian Stelter says the White House's "lying, deception and anti-media attacks" are "getting worse." He asks "are we actually reaching a boiling point?"

  • Why Ford is revamping iconic Detroit landmark 

    Michigan Central Station was once the gateway to the Midwest. Now, it's a sign of urban collapse. But Ford wants to change that, transforming the American icon into a tech hub for autonomous driving and more. Bill Ford tells Poppy Harlow why the company is all in on Detroit.

  • Bill Ford: I was called an 'environmental wacko' when I joined Ford 

    Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why he disagreed with Ford's outlook on environmental protection in the 1970s, and how the company has changed.

  • How Disney turns old stories into box office gold 

    Disney is pumping out hit after hit, from Star Wars to Pixar films. It may seem like a new business model, but actually CEO Bob Iger is borrowing tactics that Walt Disney himself began using almost a century ago.

  • AT&T completes Time Warner acquistion 

    CNNMoney's Brian Stelter reports on his interview with the new head of Time Warner, John Stankey.

  • US to impose $50 billion worth of tariffs on China 

    The US will impose a 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. China immediately vowed to retaliate. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Visiting the adventure capital of the world 

    Bill Weir gets a healthy dose of adrenaline as he tries to understand New Zealand's obsession with extreme sports. Tune in to "The Wonder List" Saturdays at 9 p.m. ET.

  • Why CNN anchor told colleague her salary 

    The most recent list of the 100 highest-paid athletes in the world doesn't include a single woman. CNN's Brooke Baldwin says it's time for women to start speaking up.

  • Newspaper fires cartoonist critical of Trump 

    Veteran cartoonist Rob Rogers has been fired from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette after 25 years. He speaks with CNN's Erin Burnett about his firing.

  • California avocado farmer struggles to find workers 

    California avocado farmer Rick Shade says his workforce is aging and there is no one to replace them.

  • This smartphone eye test expands access to care 

    The Peek Vision eye test uses a device attached to a smartphone camera to examine the inner eye. Through an app, patients are then connected to healthcare facilities for treatment.