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  • Annoying auto safety feature actually works 

    You might get annoyed when your car beeps or buzzes at you when you're starting to drift out of your lane, but a new IIHS study shows that the technology actually prevents a lot of potentially serious crashes.

  • Young tourists flock to Iran 

    Hostels are becoming more and more popular in Iran, catering to a growing number of young international tourists traveling on a budget.

  • Elon Musk unveils SpaceX's new spacesuit 

    On Wednesday morning, Elon Musk posted a photo to Instagram of himself wearing one of the suits SpaceX plans to outfit astronauts with on a journey to the International Space Station.

  • Mnuchin's wife mocks woman over wealth 

    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton apologized for a social media post -- and her subsequent exchange with a commenter -- that sparked an online uproar. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.

  • Samsung unveils the hopefully non-combustible Galaxy Note 8 

    Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note 8, the first phone in its Note line since the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.

  • The difference a night makes in Trump speeches 

    President Trump's speech on Afghanistan strategy was very different in tone from his rally in Phoenix just one night later.

  • Trump predicts NAFTA termination 

    At a rally in Phoenix, President Donald Trump mentioned the renegotiation of NAFTA with Canada and Mexico, saying, "I think we'll probably end up terminating NAFTA at some point."

  • These organizations have canceled events at Trump's Mar-a-Lago 

    Following President Trump's response to violence in Charlottesville, a dozen organizations like the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army have canceled events at his Florida resort.

  • Dancing robots set world record ... again 

    1,069 robots broke a Guinness World Record for the "most robots dancing simultaneously" in Guangzhou, China. The humanoid machines were created by WL Intelligent Technology.

  • Email prankster poses as Bannon, punks Breitbart 

    A self described "email prankster" posing as Steve Bannon seemingly fooled top editors at the right-wing website Breitbart.

  • Timeline: Uber's management crisis 

    Uber has suffered a series of crises in 2017 that led to CEO Travis Kalanick's departure. CNN Tech takes a look at how events unfolded.

  • KKK leader calls Univision reporter the n-word 

    In an interview, Ku Klux Klan leader Chris Barker threatens Univision reporter Ilia Calderón.

  • Trump vs. China: Tensions over trade 

    President Donald Trump has long criticized US-China trade relations, the US president has now ordered an investigation into Chinese trade practices.

  • Where do your first amendment rights end online? 

    GoDaddy, Google, and Cloudflare have all cut ties with white supremacist website, The Daily Stormer. Where does your right to free speech end on the internet? CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explains.

  •  'Essential' smartphone, made by Android founder  

    With a snap-on 360 degree camera, 4K shooting and a titanium body, the 'Essential' is the latest smartphone in an already crowded Android market.

  • The financial cost of the war in Afghanistan 

    The longest war in U.S. history has racked up a tab of between $841 billion to $2 trillion since 2001, depending on the factors counted.

  • The pillars of Trump's Afghanistan strategy 

    President Trump shared his vision for the country's military strategy in Afghanistan during a prime-time speech.

  • Girls Who Code books want to be the Baby-Sitters Club for this generation 

    Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani tells CNN Tech's Laurie Segall about her new book series and why it's so important for young girls to grow up with relatable role models.

  • He wants to make hearing aids cool, but no one's listening 

    78-year-old entrepreneur Peter Sprague had a long career in business but recently launched a startup that builds hearing aids into glasses. Sara O'Brien speaks to him about the taboo around losing hearing and the challenges of being an elderly entrepreneur.

  • James Murdoch's $1 million donation to ADL 

    Was 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch's criticism of President Trump and contribution to the ADL just a PR move? Brian Stelter and Tanzina Vega discuss the disconnect between the CEO's action and Fox News Channel's coverage.

  • Newsrooms missing the mark on race coverage? 

    Race is too often treated "like a trend" rather than "something that people live," CNN's Tanzina Vega says. The NYT's Nikole Hannah-Jones describes some of the barriers to better, more thorough coverage of race issues, including framing by journalists and lack of understanding by newsroom leaders.

  • Press overreacting to Trump's terrible week? 

    Brian Stelter asks about the potential for an overreaction from the news media. Carl Bernstein says reporting, not opining, should drive coverage, while calling the current political moment "unprecedented." He said Trump's conduct begs the question of whether it is "time for the President to be urged to leave office."

  • How will Steve Bannon weaponize Breitbart? 

    Will Steve Bannon expand Breitbart? Maybe even launch a TV network? Bannon biographer Joshua Green says the former Trump strategist wants to "go global" with Breitbart's brand of nationalism.

  • Behind the scenes at 'both sides' presser 

    AP White House correspondent Jonathan Lemire describes the "sense of surprise" as Trump took questions last Tuesday. A Trump aide's mouth "literally dropped," Lemire told Brian Stelter. He also notes there has been relative silence from the White House since then.

  • What happens to governing if POTUS is unfit? 

    Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley says we are witnessing "the ramifications of what having a sick man in the White House means," which puts the government in the position of having to run "almost around the president."

  • Bernstein urges reporters to question GOP 

    Carl Bernstein says concerns about President Trump's fitness for office -- privately expressed by prominent Republicans -- are "an important, crucial, dangerous story that reporters need to start making their business."

  • Uncomfortable questions about President Trump 

    CNN's Brian Stelter says there are uncomfortable questions about President Trump's fitness to lead that journalists aren't asking often enough.

  • Timeline of attacks in Spain 
    Timeline of attacks in Spain(02:17)Aug 18 2017

    The Spanish region of Catalonia experienced two terror attacks and an explosion in the space of just three days.

  • Colorado invests in self-driving crash trucks 

    Crash trucks are designed to protect highway workers from passing cars. Colorado's investing in self-driving crash trucks to keep workers and drivers safe from roadside collisions.

  • Girls Who Code founder: Empathy is 'uniquely female' 

    Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls who Code, says she has seen firsthand how girls use technology differently than boys to solve big problems, noting empathy as a trait that tends to be "uniquely female."

  • The high-profile exits since Trump took office 

    Two communications directors, the acting attorney general and the FBI director have been among high-profile exits from the Trump administration.

  • Voyager turns 40 
    Voyager turns 40(03:39)Aug 18 2017

    40 years after launching, Voyager continues to travel through space. CNN Correspondent Rachel Crane talks with Planetary Scientist Carolyn Poro about the legacy of the Voyager missions.

  • Barcelona attack: Flowers, candles and tears 

    Hundreds of people came together to grieve and to pay their respects to those who lost their lives in Barcelona.

  • How Tina Fey copes with Charlottesville rally 

    Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers appeared on NBC's "Weekend Update Summer Edition" to discuss the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the removal of Confederate statues.

  • Tapper: Trump told the world to study a lie 

    CNN's Jake Tapper breaks down President Trump's latest tweets in the wake of the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain.

  • Barcelona terror attack: How it happened 

    Many people have been killed and injured after a van plowed through a crowd on Las Ramblas avenue in Barcelona, Spain.

  • Trump tweets debunked legend about US general 

    President Donald Trump tweeted about studying US General John "Black Jack" Pershing's strategy for combating terror attacks in Islamic areas by dipping bullets in pig blood.

  • James Bond through the years 
    James Bond through the years(02:51)Aug 17 2017

    Daniel Craig will be taking his martinis shaken, not stirred, for a fifth time as James Bond. Here is a look at the other actors who have gone "undercover" as 007.

  • Are corporations becoming our moral compass? 

    As demonstrated this week by the breakup of Trump's business councils, CEOs have growing political power when it comes to forcing an agenda change. Richard Quest explains in this week's "Quest's Profitable Moment."

  • University of Virginia holds vigil 

    Hundreds gathered for a vigil at the University of Virginia after the violent clashes with white supremacist groups in Charlottesville, Virginia.

  • Writer: Interview highlights Bannon's arrogance 

    Robert Kuttner of The American Prospect talks about his interview with Steve Bannon, saying Donald Trump's chief strategist's claim that he didn't know he was being interviewed isn't believable.

  • Vice Reporter: Protesters knew what they were doing 

    Elle Reeve of Vice News talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about her experience on the ground in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a white nationalist rally that has sparked national outrage.

  • Who is Hope Hicks?  
    Who is Hope Hicks? (01:33)Aug 17 2017

    The 28-year-old Hope Hicks has been named White House interim communications director, adding to her current role as a communications adviser.

  • Trump dissolves business councils 

    After many CEOs dropped out over the president's response to violence in Charlottesville, Trump is ending his Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and Strategic and Policy Forum.

  • Fed leader: More rate hikes needed to get to 'normal' 

    San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams says gradual increases will get the key interest rate to a normal level of 2.5% "over the next couple years."

  • Trump's business panels disband post-Charlottesville 

    President Trump's two business advisory groups have fallen apart in the wake of his remarks on Charlottesville. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci reports.

  • Bizarre dinosaur mystery solved 

    Cambridge University scientists believe they have solved the puzzle of where the so-called 'Frankenstein' dinosaur, the Chilesaurus, fits in the dinosaur family tree.

  • U.S., Canada and Mexico begin NAFTA negotiations 

    As talks begin to renegotiate this 23-year old trade pact, Clare Sebastian looks at the "New" NAFTA and why it matters.

  • Hats off to this age-old fashion accessory 

    South African hat brand Simon and Mary has caught the attention of celebrities including Will.i.am and Aerosmith's Steve Tyler.

  • Tearful Van Jones on Trump: 'I'm just hurt' 

    A tearful Van Jones speaks with CNN's Anderson Cooper about President Trump's recent comments regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.