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  • I'm a gay priest 
    I'm a gay priest(08:03)5:01pm

    Americans who identify as LGBT are significantly less likely to be religiously affiliated than those who identify as heterosexual. But for these openly gay religious leaders, coming out didn't mean walking away from their faith. Meet the LGBTQ clergy fighting to change their religions from within.

  • How the government could kick Trump out of his own hotel 

    Donald Trump is poised to be both landlord and tenant of his new Washington hotel, Trump International Hotel. But once he takes office, he could violate the lease, due to a clause the prohibits any elected official from maintaining the space. Cristina Alesci looks how the potential conflict.

  • India's robotics industry is growing 

    The robotics market is expected to double in India over the next three years. Homegrown innovations, from Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz's driverless shuttle to A-SET Institute's 3-D printed robot, are helping to push the industry forward.

  • Trump tapping top CEOs for advisory group 

    President-elect Donald Trump is assembling a panel of CEOs from major corporations to advise him on the economy. The list includes Marry Barra of General Motors, Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase and Bob Iger of Disney.

  • Jobless rate hits lowest level since 2007 

    The U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell sharply to 4.6% from 4.9% in October. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Brit + Co founder: 'Women are too honest' 

    Brit + Co founder, Brit Morin sits down with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall to talk about the importance of being creative and how women can get ahead in Silicon Valley.

  • Holiday Gift Guide: Wireless headphones 

    Now that Apple's ditched the headphone jack, wireless headphones are hotter than ever. These are our picks for the 2016 holiday season.

  • Trump: Companies won't leave U.S. 'without consequences' 

    Speaking at the Indiana plant that makes furnaces, President-elect Donald Trump praised Carrier for keeping over 1,000 jobs in the U.S. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

  • Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks CEO 

    Howard Schultz will be stepping down next year as CEO of Starbucks. Schultz will be appointed executive chairman and the current chief operating officer Kevin Johnson, a tech industry veteran, will replace Schultz as CEO.

  • Trump claims victory at Carrier, but critics aren't so sure 

    President-elect Donald Trump touted his plan to save 1,000 jobs at Carrier in Indiana and talked up his plans to reform business taxes and cut regulations. But critics say what Trump did at Carrier is a slippery slope.

  • Students lower flag in election protest  

    Hampshire College students lowered the U.S. flag to half staff in protest after the presidential election.

  • Italian banks are drowning in bad debt 

    Italy's banks have about ?360 billion ($383 billion) in non-performing loans on their books, roughly a third of the eurozone total.

  • Carrier: State 'incentives' key to jobs deal 

    Details of the deal that got Carrier to change its plans have yet to be disclosed. Austan Goolsbee, former Chief Economic Adviser to Obama, and Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former CBO director, weigh in.

  • How this Indian city is attracting startups 

    Makuta VFX is a boutique animation company behind the Indian blockbuster, "Baahubali." It's based in Hyderabad, a city hoping to become a top destination for startups by 2020. A new incubator called T-Hub helps entrepreneurs grow their business ideas.

  • Applying modern science to traditional Indian medicine 

    Once known strictly for herbal pharmaceuticals, the Himalaya Drug Company has become a broad wellness brand. CEO Philipe Haydon says it takes years to develop products, by applying modern science to ancient Ayurveda.

  • McDonald's Big Mac creator dies 

    Jim Delligatti, the inventor of McDonald's Big Mac burger dies at the age of 98. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the man and the fast food icon he created.

  • Billionaire businessman: Trump is not a bluffer 

    Wilbur Ross, a billionaire businessman and Commerce secretary nominee for the Trump administration, speaks to CNN's Erin Burnett about tariffs on China and the President-elect's administration.

  • Trump's foreign conflicts of interest aren't going away 

    Donald Trump announces in a tweetstorm that he plans to legally hand over control of his business empire to his children. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci breaks down what the current conflicts of interest are.

  • Why OPEC is cutting oil production 

    CNNMoney's John Defterios explains what the first reduction in output since 2008 means for the oil market and the consumer.

  • Star Wars drones battle mid-air at 35mph 

    Propel is releasing a line of limited-edition Star Wars themed drones, built specifically for laser battling.

  • Arianna Huffington: We tried 'not to normalize' the things Trump said 

    Arianna Huffington says "a lot of people that voted for Obama, voted for Trump. It's not like they're a different breed of people." She hopes the nation can come together.

  • Why Arianna Huffington is selling a bed for your phone ... for $100 

    Arianna Huffington sits down with Christine Romans after launching a new media and e-commerce company, Thrive Global, focused on wellness driving productivity in the workplace.

  • Saudi businesswomen: We want to drive 

    Women are not allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke talks to successful female business leaders about the ban.

  • You can now take Netflix on the road 

    Netflix announced that users can now download videos to watch while offline.

  • Carrier worker: Details of Trump deal still unknown 

    CNN's Carol Costello interviews a 24-year veteran of the Carrier plant in Indianapolis after the company announced a deal with President-elect Trump keeping 1000 jobs in the U.S. He says he hopes his pay isn't cut drastically, but he thinks Donald Trump is "looking out for us little guys."

  • Carrier reaches deal with Trump to save jobs 

    President-elect Donald Trump and Carrier have reached a deal that will keep nearly 1,000 factory jobs in Indiana, the company said on Tuesday. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Patagonia donates Black Friday sales 

    Patagonia's Vice President of Environmental Affairs, Rick Ridgeway, explains why the retailer is giving 100% of its Black Friday sales to groups working to protect the planet.

  • Tom Price in 75 seconds 
    Tom Price in 75 seconds(01:22)Nov 29 2016

    Former orthopedic surgeon Tom Price is one of the loudest congressional voices against Obamacare, and he's Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services.

  • Your sewage can be turned into fuel 

    In minutes researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory can turn human waste into biocrude, an oil that can be refined into gasoline or diesel.

  • Google Earth Timelapses show climate change 

    The latest update to Google Earth Timelapse has four more years of satellite images and new locations like Antarctica.

  • These bagpipes are made in Pakistan 

    The world's largest manufacturer of traditional bagpipes outside of Scotland is in Sialkot, Pakistan. Sanalluah PLC has been producing bagpipes for over a century, exporting them all over the world including Scotland.

  • How mall Santas are made 
    How mall Santas are made(02:59)Nov 29 2016

    Spreading Christmas cheer is serious business, so Santas head to Santa University every year to brush up on their skills. CNNMoney gives you a glimpse at how the holiday magic is made.

  • Trump's HHS pick hates Obamacare 

    Orthopedic surgeon Rep. Tom Price has repeatedly criticized the Affordable Care Act while offering his own alternative.

  • Ripping apart the Microsoft Surface Studio 

    IFixIt took apart a Microsoft Surface Studio to look at what's inside. Here's what they found.

  • India taps into solar energy to power hospitals and schools 

    In India, 300 million people do not have access to electricity. Orb Energy aims to provide 2 gigawatts of solar energy by 2022. It makes a range of solar systems in Bangalore, from water heaters to streetlights.

  • Donald Trump in talks to save U.S. jobs 

    Donald Trump's transition team is in talks with the U.S. firm Carrier to stop them from moving jobs from Indiana to Mexico. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

  • Using robot companions to help pediatric patients recover 

    He's got two wheels and a permanent smile on his face. Casper the Robot is making a difference at a hospital in Lisbon. He patrols the hallways - lifting the spirits of young cancer patients. Experts are hopeful that if the children stay happy, they'll recover at a faster rate.

  • India's cashless companies win in rupee ban 

    Less than 10% of transactions in India are non-cash. Companies like Paytm are hoping that will skyrocket now that the country is in a cash crunch.

  • Push back on Trump's voter fraud allegations 

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump claims, without evidence, that voter fraud took place in states won by Hillary Clinton, but state election officials are pushing back, saying Trump is wrong and undermining confidence in the system. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.

  • The fate of the Vine star 
    The fate of the Vine star(03:24)Nov 28 2016

    In October, Twitter announced it was discontinuing Vine, an app for posting videos in six-seconds or less. Vine stars Us The Duo and Nicholas Megalis (bit.ly/1EUWBFH) tell CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich what the platform has meant for them.

  • How AI and humans can work together for better translation 

    Unbabel, a Lisbon-based startup, combines AI technology with human expertise to perfect language translation.

  • Delta: Abusive Trump supporter banned for life 

    Delta Air Lines apologized for failing to eject a Donald Trump supporter from one of its flights after he yelled at other passengers, calling some of the women on the plane "Hillary b - - - - - s."

  • Here's how House Democrats plan to fight Trump's conflicts of interest 

    CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci talks to Rep. Gregory Meeks of the Financial Services Committee about how House Democrats plan to press Trump on his business conflicts without the power of the subpoena.

  • Testing the tech that will power BMW's self-driving cars 

    Mobileye, an Israeli car tech startup, has partnered with BMW and Intel to bring their self-driving technology to the road by 2021.

  • Growing an Indian motorcycle icon into a global one 

    Indian motorcycle brand, Royal Enfield, has plans to rev up around the world. It will add another factory in Chennai, India and open an R&D facility in the UK.

  • This panda is dancing: Inside the 'time well spent' movement 

    At a time when we're constantly bombarded by notifications, alerts, etc., poet Max Stossel is part of a cultural movement examining how internet culture has shaped us. But how will the future look if we designed tech to enhance humanity?

  • Cyber Monday sales kick off 
    Cyber Monday sales kick off(00:48)Nov 28 2016

    CNNMoney's Christine Romans breaks down the discounts offered on Amazon, Walmart and Target.

  • CNNMoney Op-Ed: An alternative to the student debt crisis 

    Former Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels, who now is the President of Purdue University, outlines the benefits of Income Share Agreements as an alternative to students taking on thousands of dollars in debt.

  • Zimbabwe is running out of cash 

    Under President Mugabe Zimbabwe has struggled with severe cash shortages. Aiming to promote liquidity, the country's central bank has begun issuing bond notes pegged to the U.S. Dollar.

  • This electric car has three wheels and no roof 

    British niche automaker Morgan Motor is making its first foray into the electric car market with this limited edition three wheeler.