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  • Alexis Ohanian: Serena Williams humbles me 

    Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian tells CNNTech's Laurie Segall why fiancée Serena Williams humbles him.

  • Trump: Obamacare is exploding 

    President Donald Trump says the best thing Republicans can do is let Obamacare explode.

  • Mnuchin: Apple hoards cash because of our tax code 

    In response to a question about lowering the corporate tax rate, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin makes the argument that Apple keeps so much cash because of the U.S. tax code.

  • Mnuchin: "Not at all" worried about AI taking jobs 

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says artificial intelligence and robotics disrupting the workforce is "not even on my radar screen."

  • Ryan: This is a disappointing day for us 

    House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks after deciding to pull the GOP health care bill because Republicans didn't have enough votes to pass it.

  • Trump's health care plan that won't be 

    President Trump's promises on the campaign trail matched up with a lot of the GOP health care bill that was just pulled from a vote.

  • Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Tax reform coming 'very soon' 

    Steven Mnuchin explains why he's confident tax reform will happen this year, and who will benefit.

  • This tailor makes bulletproof clothing for presidents 

    Miguel Caballero is known as the bulletproof tailor of Bogota. For 25 years the Colombian tailor has been outfitting world leaders in his fashionable bulletproof clothing. And its rumored he's even dressed President Obama.

  • Cat Yoga - Yes, you can 
    Cat Yoga - Yes, you can(02:22)12:59pm

    Over 60 million people came to New York City last year, but this downtown yoga class offers a quiet place to go with the flow....with cats.

  • How a 'Rogue One' planet got its name 

    Gareth Edwards, director of 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,' tells CNN's Frank Pallotta his inspiration for naming a planet in the film: his coffee.

  • 'Rogue One' director on CGI actor controversy 

    'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' director Gareth Edwards sits down with CNN's Frank Pallotta to discuss fan backlash against the CGI versions of Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher in the film.

  • Dubai airports prepare for electronics ban 

    This is one of the busiest weekends at the busiest international passenger airport in the world, with the added twist of an electronics ban for flights to the United States. John Defterios reports from Dubai.

  • President Trump hops into a truck cab 

    While meeting people in the trucking industry, President Trump had the opportunity to hop into the cab of a big rig.

  • Growing concern over handling of GOP bill 

    There is growing concern in Washington with the way Speaker Paul Ryan has handled the health care bill process, according to a senior administration official. CNN's Dana Bash reports.

  • GOP remains split on health care bill 

    On the eve of a revised scheduled vote for the GOP's health care bill, President Trump gave Republican members of Congress, who remain deeply divided, an ultimatum: vote yes or he will move on and saddle them with the shame of failing to repeal Obamacare.

  • This robot could help companies go paperless 

    Ripcord is a new company, backed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, that has created a robot to sort, scan, and digitize papers for businesses.

  • Hyperloop starts building a passenger capsule 

    Hyperloop Transportation Technologies started to build its first passenger capsule for this high speed transportation system.

  • Will 3D printed houses be the next big thing? 

    According to the company Apis Cor, the body of this 409 square foot house was built in 24 hours by a 3D printer in Russia. And they are not the only company experimenting with 3D printed homes.

  • Electronics ban: The scene at the airport 

    Travelers in Istanbul, Turkey flying to the U.S. or the U.K. have started having to check large electronics.

  • Airlines mock laptop ban on social media 

    Etihad Airways, Emirates Airline, and Royal Jordanian airlines poke fun at the newly implemented large electronics ban.

  • Trump: I've predicted things before 

    The Washington Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Michael Scherer, discusses President Donald Trump's credibility after an interview with the President.

  • Mayor: 'London is safest city in the world' 

    Christiane Amanpour questions Mayor Sadiq Khan about the terror attack that happened in central London.

  • Fujifilm's secret to survival 
    Fujifilm's secret to survival(04:28)Mar 23 2017

    Digital photography destroyed its core business, but Fujifilm is seeing record profits. Creative shifts, including a cosmetics line, have helped the iconic company stay relevant in the age of smartphones where others have failed.

  • Massie: Trump a one-term president if health care passes 

    Rep. Thomas Massie joins Kate Bolduan to weigh in on the ongoing health care debate, noting that the GOP fears Trump would be a "one-term president" were the bill to pass

  • Reddit co-founder: Immigration is personal to me 

    Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian tells CNNTech's Laurie Segall why immigration policy is so personal to him, why Reddit has an "anti-evil" team, and whether he'd ever run for public office.

  • Testing fertility with a smartphone app  

    Medical researchers at Massachusetts General, Brigham & Women's Hospital, and Harvard Medical School have devised a prototype of an at-home male fertility test that works with a smartphone.

  • Patricia Arquette: My sister was a 'champion for transgender rights'  

    Academy award winning actress and activist Patricia Arquette opens up to CNN's Poppy Harlow about her sister, Alexis Arquette, an actress and transgender activist. "Alexis knew that she was kicking a door open," Arquette says.

  • Patricia Arquette: We need fair pay laws 

    Academy award winning actress and activist Patricia Arquette on her fight for true equality for women -- and closing the gender pay gap. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that if she were to meet with President Trump's administration she would ask for "serious fair pay laws" and "to support the Equal Rights Amendment." Arquette also opens up about her struggle as a young single mother living paycheck to paycheck.

  • Spicer: Ivanka decided to go above and beyond 

    Despite previous reports that Ivanka Trump would not obtain security clearance, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said at the time it was not true, but now Ivanka has decided to go above and beyond.

  • Spicer: 'Tremendous support' in House for AHA 

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the administration is "optimistic" after members of the House Freedom Caucus endorsed the health care bill.

  • Breaking down Trump's budget proposal 

    President Trump's budget proposal includes more spending on defense and infrastructure. CNN's Tom Foreman breaks down the numbers.

  • Starbucks to President Trump: Give us 'certainty'  

    Ahead of a Starbucks annual shareholders meeting, outgoing CEO Howard Schultz and current COO and incoming CEO Kevin Johnson tell CNN's Poppy Harlow there is a lot of discussion and interest in the Trump administration and policies. Schultz says "it's in our collective interest for the president and the administration to be successful," and Johnson calls for "more certainty about trade policies."

  • Starbucks CEO: Our stock is 'undervalued' 

    Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow what's ahead for Starbucks as he prepares to step down as CEO and hand over the title to the current COO Kevin Johnson. Schultz says "I think the stock is undervalued...but as someone so close to the company and obviously so personally involved, I've never been more proud and more optimistic about our future."

  • Warren to Acosta: I'm glad you aren't Puzder 

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren moved quickly past pleasantries to grill Department of Labor pick Alexander Acosta on workplace safety and overtime regulations during his Senate confirmation hearing.

  • Ivanka's White House role called into question 

    Despite previously stating that she would not take on an official role in her father's administration, Ivanka Trump is now moving into an advisory position in the White House. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.

  • Ivanka Trump to get office in West Wing 

    Ivanka Trump will work out of an office in the West Wing and get a security clearance, a White House official told CNN.

  • Airbnb makes a bigger push in China 

    Airbnb is stepping up efforts to appeal to China's growing ranks of young people with money to spend on travel. CNNMoney's Sherisse Pham reports.

  • Emirates airline president questions electronics ban 

    Reacting to the U.S. electronics ban, Emirates airline boss Tim Clark says Dubai is as safe as any airport.

  • A Tokyo startup's big plan for tiny algae 

    Euglena is smaller than the thickness of human hair. A Tokyo-based company named after this tiny organism is set to break ground on Japan's first algae biofuel refinery and hopes to help power planes by 2020.

  • How the airline electronic ban is actually affecting travelers 

    We asked people to tell us how they could be affected by the ban. Here's how they responded on WhatsApp.

  • Dozens of green tech startups under one roof 

    At the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, 44 startups are sharing resources while building environmentally conscious tech.

  • Author Michael Lewis: We're wired to make mistakes 

    In his latest book "The Undoing Project" Michael Lewis explores the groundbreaking human-behavior research of scientists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman. He sits down with CNN Tech's Laurie Segall to discuss how their research impacts everything from the way we make decisions, to how we rationalize chance.

  • Arianna Huffington: Sexual harassment 'not a systemic problem' at Uber 

    Arianna Huffington, on Uber's board of directors, discusses the slew of bad press the company has received and whether she has faith in the company's leadership.

  • Price: Health care plan won't leave people out 

    Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Tom Price refutes four governors' claims that new Medicaid changes will leave people out.

  • Bob Nardelli: Trump has to grow into being presidential 

    The former head of Chrysler and Home Depot believes Trump will shift away from running the country like a business, and that change will be only constant over the next four years.

  •  Michael Lewis on Trump and Obama 

    Author Michael Lewis talks with Laurie Segall about how behavioral economics explains some of the reaction to Donald Trump winning the presidency. He also pitches former president Barack Obama on a collaboration saying "there's a very cool little book to do."

  • Trump: We all bleed the same red blood 

    President Donald Trump expresses a message of unity at a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, amid an FBI investigation into connections between Trump's campaign and Russia.

  • Airline electronics ban: What you need to know 

    U.S. officials say concerns over screening procedures at some airports in the Middle East and Africa will require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices larger than a smartphone, rather than carry them into the cabin. CNNTech's Samuel Burke reports.

  • Apple unveils new Red iPhones 
    Apple unveils new Red iPhones(00:52)Mar 22 2017

    Apple announced a red-colored iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as part of their partnership with Red, an organization that helps fund global AIDS relief.

  • Richard Quest: Large electronics ban will be 'chaotic' 

    CNNMoney's Richard Quest and John Defterios break down the new security regulations on large electronics implemented by the United States on flights traveling from 8 Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and Africa.