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Chipotle dealt with multiple foodborne illness outbreaks, including E. coli, in 2015. Cristina Alesci looks at where it all started, and where things now stand.
Stephen Colbert kicked off his live "Late Show" following Super Bowl 50 with a big surprise guest: President Obama.
From the Hulk drinking Coke to Steve Harvey poking fun at himself, these are the best ads that premiered during the game.
CNN's Brian Stelter and a panel of political commentators break down what went wrong during the candidate introductions at ABC's GOP debate.
Bernie Sanders appeared on Saturday Night Live alongside host and Bernie-doppleganger Larry David. The presidential candidate railed against the 1% on the deck of the Titanic, and impersonated Donald Trump.
SNL host Larry David impersonates Bernie Sanders in a "Curb Your Enthusiasm" parody of the Iowa caucuses. As it turns out, not shaking hands with voters led to Bernie's loss.
ESPN football analyst Adam Schefter highlights one of the biggest problems in sports journalism today: opinion masquerading as reporting.
President Barack Obama touted lower joblessness and slightly higher wages as the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in 8 years. He said the U.S. 'has the strongest, most durable economy in the world' while acknowledging global headwinds.
Laurie Segall sits down with Foursquare's new CEO Jeff Glueck to discuss the company's latest round of funding at a lower valuation, and their hybrid consumer/enterprise business model.
CBS Chairman and CEO Les Moonves tells CNN's Brian Stelter why the network is more popular now than it has been in fifteen years.
Enjoy this flashback to an album Bernie Sanders recorded in 1987 calling for peace and justice.
During the New Hampshire Democratic town hall, Sen. Bernie Sanders joked about being "Saturday Night Live" host Larry David and poked fun at his singing abilities.
The horses at Warm Springs Ranch are bred, groomed and trained to become the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.
At one point, ISIS was making $40 million a month from its oil operations. But the United States has been targeting sites like this, driving ISIS out. Clarissa Ward tours the now defunct facility, which was partially used as a prison for women and children.
Bank analyst Chris Wheeler says the biggest concern for banks is "getting their capital and balance sheets to where the regulators want them."
Unemployment is back below 5% for the first time since 2008. But hiring is slowing down. Christine Romans breaks down the January jobs report.
When you tweet @Velveeta and @Kraft, you probably think you're getting through to the makers of gooey processed cheese -- but the real story behind the handles isn't what you'd expect.
CNNMoney's Brian Stelter speaks to CBS's Les Moonves about the network's broadcast of the Super Bowl as well as the executive shakeup at CBS and Viacom.
Martin Shkreli, dubbed the 'most hated man in America,' refused to answer lawmakers' questions at a House Oversight Committee hearing.
The "text talk" campaign aims to educate people on how to recognize signs of domestic abuse and how to help victims.
Hans Jakob Hegge, Statoil CFO, discusses the pressure on the oil industry as prices hover in the low thirties.
Mark Baum, Imprimis Pharmaceuticals CEO, explains how his company is able to make a Daraprim drug alternative more accessible to patients.
The city of San Francisco has relocated a few dozen homeless people before Super Bowl Sunday. Reports indicate that more have been asked to leave tourist areas. Protesters are not happy as there are long waiting lists for shelters.
Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli refused to answer lawmakers' questions at a House Oversight Committee hearing.
A strong U.S. dollar means your European vacation is a whole lot cheaper. But why is it bad news for U.S. companies?
During the New Hampshire Democratic town hall, Bernie Sanders addressed a voter's concern about him raising taxes.
Playboy's revamped magazine is on newsstands now. What's changed? The models are keeping their clothes on. CNNMoney gives you a behind the scenes look at the iconic publication's reinvention.
Oil isn't just turned into gasoline to put in your car. It's also in crayons, nail polish, golf balls and more.
Former Senate Majority Leaders Tom Daschle and Trent Lott join CNN's Jake Tapper to talk about the national debt and the 2016 presidential race.
Ceres is a dwarf planet that is about 310 million miles from Earth. This animation is based on images captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which is orbiting Ceres.
French drugmaker Sanofi says the infrastructure already built around their dengue vaccine means it will be much quicker to develop a Zika vaccine.
Eric Jackson's hedge fund SpringOwl Asset Management says he has "strong doubts" about Marissa Mayer's leadership after she presented her turnaround plan to investors.
Marco Chan, one of Hong Kong's top hairstylists, says bad hair can "drag down your look." Chan's Session Collection reinterprets runway trends into lifestyle themes.
CNNMoney's Brian Stelter talks to executives at Pepsi and Doritos who are betting big on the Super Bowl audience and takes a look at the secret to successful ads.
When things get messy in the markets, many investors turn to gold as a safe haven. But why?
Chipotle's E. coli scare is over, but there are still many unanswered questions. Cristina Alesci sits down with a CDC investigator, and asks why the case is closed.
He's been called the most hated man in America after hiking the price of an AIDS and cancer drug. Now, the former pharmaceutical CEO faces a world of legal trouble.
The Dutch National Police are using trained eagles to hunt down unauthorized flying drones.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright weighs in on the global oil glut and why Saudi Arabia won't give up its market share.
Joining the likes of IBM, AT&T and Apple -- Alphabet is now the 8th stock in the past 35 years to hold the title of America's most valuable public company. And the battle between Google's parent company and Apple will likely go on for months.
How the Iowa caucuses unfolded from the first entrance polls to the last speech.
A refugee simulation at the World Economic Forum in Davos tries to show the rich and powerful what it's like to be displaced in a war-torn country. Eleni Giokos tries out the Crossroads Foundation experience.
Microsoft thinks that dumping computers in the ocean will solve current problems with inefficient data centers.
Women are the fastest-growing demographic among gun buyers, but in an industry that's traditionally catered to men, feminine firearm accessories can be hard to find. Meet the women who are taking matters into their own hands -- by creating concealed carry holsters with fashion in mind.
Voters are caucusing in Iowa today, and the economy is the most import issue. Christine Romans breaks down Iowa's economy.
The tumbling price of oil is claiming yet another casualty -- Africa's biggest economy, Nigeria.
January was the worst month for stocks since 2009. So will February be any better?
CNN visits the largest container ship that has ever docked in the United States.
Bob Beckel, a former co-host of Fox's "The Five," and Laurie Dhue, a former Fox News anchor, analyze Roger Ailes' moves and Megyn Kelly's debate moderating.