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  • Hands on with Google's Pixel 2 smartphone 

    Google's new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have an always-on display and a portrait photography mode, similar to Apple's.

  • Soccer's biggest crowd is in... ATLANTA? 

    This past weekend, Atlanta United FC had the fourth biggest crowd for a soccer (football) match WORLDWIDE. Team President Darren Eales talks to Richard Quest about why the team is so successful.

  • Tim O'Reilly: If Facebook makes you mad, it could be what you're clicking 

    Tech entrepreneur Tim O'Reilly tells CNN Tech's Laurie Segall why we're responsible for letting machines replace people in the workforce and how we have the power to fix it.

  • Asics wants to build your shoes in the microwave 

    Asics has been testing a new way to produce the midsoles of sneakers with microwave technology that could use up to 90% less energy than standard production techniques.

  • Why hasn't Trump done more radio? 

    While President Trump has granted interviews to The New York Times and Time magazine and sat for network news interviews, he has largely shied away from a platform he utilized heavily during his presidential campaign: conservative talk radio.

  • HBO CEO on competition: 'More is not better. Only better is better' 

    HBO CEO Richard Plepler explains how he views the future of streaming and why HBO will keep making the best content. HBO and CNN share Time Warner as a parent company.

  • How to save $1,000 this year 

    It won't be easy, but from cutting back on lattes to paying off credit card debt, it's possible to save $1,000 in a year.

  • Jeffrey Toobin: Collusion is difficult to prove 

    Colin Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL in which he claims team owners colluded to keep him from being signed. CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and former NFL wide receiver Donte Stallworth weigh in on the case.

  • Drone hits passenger plane in Canada 

    A drone colliding with a passenger plane in Canada has reignited the debate about drone safety and regulation.

  • Starbucks wants to bring you 'good news'  

    Why is a coffee company doubling up as a media company? Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz its "Upstdanders" series is about telling "emotionally charged, uplifting" stories that the news media doesn't spend enough time on. 

  • How Jodi Kantor broke the Weinstein story  

    "Reporting protects women," Jodi Kantor says. Kantor worked with NYT colleague Megan Twohey to expose allegations of sexual harassment and abuse by Harvey Weinstein. The story was "half an open secret and half this hidden thing that people were terrified to talk about," she said, and the reporting is far from over.

  • Did Trump violate the First Amendment?  

    Freedom of the Press Foundation executive director Trevor Timm says that President Trump has "already violated the First Amendment" by threatening TV licenses. Speaking of amendments, Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post says the 25th Amendment option for removing Trump should be "taken seriously." 

  • Schieffer says we're 'overloaded' by news  

    Phones and other new technologies mean we're being "bombarded with news 24/7." Veteran anchorman Bob Schieffer says there is "no way any human being could process it, let alone sort it out." Schieffer talks with Brian Stelter about his new book on the subject.

  • Why is FCC chair silent on Trump's TV threat?    

    Former FCC chair Tom Wheeler says that current FCC chair Ajit Pai's silence about Trump's threat to TV broadcast licenses is "shocking." Wheeler says Pai is "making himself complicit in the coercion that the president was engaging in." Former commissioner Michael Copps, a fellow Democrat, also weighs in on the issue. 

  • FCC commissioner responds to Trump's license tweets  

    "History won't be kind to silence," FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel says. She is urging her fellow commissioners to speak out about President Trump's tweets challenging the licenses of TV stations that air stories he calls "fake."

  • S. Africa economy is in trouble: Gigaba 

    Richard Quest asks South Africa's Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba about the recurring 'stench' of corruption coming from the country.

  • Harvey Weinstein loses another lawyer  

    Former Hollywood Reporter editor Janice Min says that a key member of Harvey Weinstein's legal team, Charles Harder, is no longer working with him. Harder had previously threatened to sue The New York Times over its reporting about Weinstein.

  • 'SNL' takes on Harvey Weinstein 

    Even though "Saturday Night Live" didn't have someone play Harvey Weinstein, the scandal surrounding the Hollywood mogul was a hot topic for the NBC sketch series.

  • Harvey Weinstein expelled from Motion Picture Academy  

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Board of Governors votes to expel Harvey Weinstein after multiple allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment. Weinstein has already had his membership suspended in BAFTA, the British version of the Oscars, and faces separate action from the Producers Guild of America.

  • Will the Academy vote to oust Harvey Weinstein?  

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 54-member board of governors is meeting and may hold a vote to expel Harvey Weinstein's lifetime membership. An announcement from the Academy is expected sometime later Saturday. He stands accused of rape by four women and dozens of other women have lodged allegations of assault or harassment.

  • Microsoft employees can now work from treehouses 

    Microsoft announced three new treehouses for its employees on Friday as part of a series of outdoor workspaces the company is creating.

  • Arianna Huffington on Uber: 'No brilliant jerks allowed' 

    Arianna Huffington sits down with CNN's Poppy Harlow to discuss Uber's future following its sexual harassment scandal.

  • Eric Schmidt on sexual harassment, controversial Google memo 

    Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt tells CNN Tech's Laurie Segall why James Damore, the author of a controversial manifesto, was fired from Google.

  • Google's Eric Schmidt: Trump's policies are 'going in the wrong direction' 

    Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt talks to CNN Tech's Laurie Segall about regulating tech companies and whether the administration is prepared to help people adapt to the coming shift in the way we work.

  • Arianna Huffington: It's a 'dangerous moment' for tech companies 

    Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post and Thrive Global, weighs in on the responsibility of media outlets to stop the fake news problem, saying "we need to put the public interest above the bottom line."

  • How Gloria Steinem inspired Oath CEO Tim Armstrong 

    CEO of Oath Tim Armstrong has a goal of 50/50 women in leadership positions by 2020. He says feminist icon Gloria Steinem helped him change direction on the initiative.

  • NBC's Megyn Kelly problem  
    NBC's Megyn Kelly problem (03:57)Oct 13 2017

    NBC has invested millions of dollars in Megyn Kelly, but is it paying off? Tom Kludt examines Megyn Kelly's meteoric rise and what it means for her transition into morning talk show host.

  • Hollywood soul-searching in wake of Weinstein scandal 

    As more and more big stars reveal connections into the Harvey Wenstein scandal, either as victims or alleged perpetrators of other harassment, Hollywood is asking who knew what and how it can be prevented in the future.

  • How Trump is upending Obamacare 

    From an executive order that could destabilize exchanges to stopping the payments to insurance companies that subsidize cheaper plans for low-income people, here's how President Donald Trump is dismantling the Affordable Care Act without congress.

  • Trump ends subsidies to insurers that help pay for poor people 

    Saying they're "unlawful", The White House and President Trump decided to stop the payments to insurance companies that subsidize cheaper plans for low-income people. That could increase premiums for others in the marketplace or potentially drive insurers away completely.

  • Emma Thompson slams Harvey Weinstein 

    Actor Emma Thompson described Harvey Weinstein as a predator and called the culture endemic in an interview on BBC Newsnight.

  • Secret Service paid Mar-a-Lago thousands 

    The U.S. Secret Service paid tens of thousands of dollars to President Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club in the span of a few months, according to documents obtained by CNN.

  • Here's what's in Trump's executive order on health care 

    CNNMoney's Tami Luhby explains President Trump's executive order on health care allowing small business groups, and possibly individuals, to form associations to get coverage across state lines. These plans may come with fewer benefits and could help lower costs for some, but they could drive premiums up for the sick.

  • Rose McGowan blocked on Twitter 

    Rose McGowan, named in an article about sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, had her Twitter account temporarily suspended.

  • Trump signs health care executive order (after nearly forgetting) 

    President Donald Trump took his first steps toward fulfilling his vow to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, signing an executive order that he says will bring less expensive health insurance to millions more people. However, it could destabilize Obamacare by siphoning out younger and healthier Americans from the exchanges.

  • Trump's spat with the IMF, explained 

    CNNMoney's Richard Quest explains the fight brewing between President Trump and the IMF over tax reform.

  • Russian meddling efforts extended to Pokémon Go 

    Russian efforts to meddle in American politics did not end at Facebook and Twitter. A CNN investigation of a Russian-linked account shows its tentacles extended to YouTube, Tumblr and even Pokémon Go. Dylan Byers reports.

  • Jane Fonda: Therapy is key to overcoming past sexual abuse 

    Actor Jane Fonda tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour that she was sexually abused as an 8-year-old child and explains why therapy was important for her recovery. "You realize what I'm feeling is ok because this person is sharing my pain."

  • Jane Fonda 'ashamed' she didn't call out Weinstein 

    Actor Jane Fonda tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour that she heard about Harvey Weinstein's alleged harassment about a year ago but didn't say anything because "I guess it hadn't happened to me, and so I didn't feel like it was my place." She also insists, "It's important that it come out, but ... this goes on all the time."

  • Trump is wrong: Stock gains won't cut debt 

    During an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, President Trump implied that a roaring stock market helps reduce the national debt. CNN's Christine Romans explains why that's not true.

  • Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook 'angry, upset' about Russia-backed ads 

    In an interview with Axios, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg spoke candidly about Russia-backed ads and Facebook's responsibility for foreign interference in the 2016 U.S. election.

  • Kobe Steel scandal impacts planes, trains and autos 

    Kobe Steel revealed that employees faked data about the strength and durability of aluminum and copper parts. Two Japanese railway companies found substandard steel in some bullet trains. This after Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda have all confirmed they bought substandard parts from the country's third largest steel producer, as did plane maker Mitsubishi Heavy and Subaru.

  • Trump tweets: 'We cannot keep FEMA...in P.R. forever!' 

    President Donald Trump suggested that Puerto Rico will have to shoulder more responsibility for recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria, saying the federal government's emergency responders can't stay there "forever." He also blamed the beleaguered island for a financial crisis "largely of their own making."

  • Trump is wrong: stock gains won't cut debt  

    During an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, President Trump implied that a roaring stock market helps reduce the national debt. CNN's Christine Romans explains why that's not true.

  • Ronan Farrow on the Weinstein sexual assault scandal 

    Ronan Farrow, author of an expose in The New Yorker, talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about the sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

  • North Korean crabs sold in China despite ban 

    The UN Security Council made buying North Korean seafood illegal. But, as CNN's Matt Rivers discovers in this exclusive report, North Korean crabs are still being sold quite openly in China.

  • Facebook unveils standalone VR headset, Oculus Go 

    On Wednesday, Facebook announced the Oculus Go, a virtual reality headset that works without tethering to a phone or computer.

  • Cruisin' in a new Cadillac...no hands! 

    Watch Cadillac's new Super Cruise driver's assist function allow drivers to take their hands off the wheel for extended periods on mapped highways.

  • Here are some of the Russia-backed Facebook accounts being investigated 

    Russia-backed Facebook accounts spread a range of political propaganda before and after the 2016 election.

  • Appetite for convenience drives food delivery sector 

    Delivery Hero is a global online food ordering and delivery marketplace with headquarters in Berlin. Founded in 2011, Delivery Hero is hoping to stay ahead of competitors such as UberEATS and Amazon.