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  • The best tax advice for every stage of your career 

    H&R Block CEO Bill Cobb cuts through the paperwork and provides key advice, whether you're just starting out in the workforce or nearing the end of your career.

  • Your UPS driver may come with a drone 

    UPS is joining the ranks of Amazon and Dominos by investing in drone delivery.

  • These cities have the worst rush hour traffic 

    Bangkok has the worst rush hour traffic in the world, followed by Mexico City, according to GPS manufacturer TomTom.

  • Is the First Amendment under attack? 

    Are President Trump's attack on the media unprecedented? CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter reports.

  • Trump's Sweden remark inspired by Fox News story 

    President Trump's cable news fixation can now have international ripple effects -- his recent remarks about a terrorist attack in Sweden that never happened, inspired by a Fox News story, caused international confusion.

  • Breitbart's Milo uninvited to CPAC conference 

    Breitbart editor and controversial Internet personality Milo Yiannopoulos will no longer speak at the annual CPAC conference after organizers rescinded his invitation. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

  • H-1B visas by the numbers 
    H-1B visas by the numbers(01:16)Feb 20 2017

    While companies in Silicon Valley rely heavily on H-1B visas, many lawmakers worry that outsourcing companies are exploiting the system. CNNTech looks at the facts.

  • Bao Bao the Panda prepares for a trip to China 

    On February 21st, Bao Bao, the National Zoo's 3-year-old giant panda, leaves for China.

  • Uber under fire over harassment allegations 

    Uber's CEO has ordered an 'urgent' investigation as sexual harassment allegations by a former employee gain a big online response.

  • Why Donald Trump keeps this immigrant awake at night 

    Hundreds of restaurants around the country are joining Sanctuary Restaurants -- an organization aimed to protect workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation, immigration status, or religion. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich speaks to one restaurant owner about why he joined, and one of his employees, who is one of the 2.3 million immigrants supporting the $800 billion dollar a year industry.

  • Uber CEO orders investigation after sexism allegations 

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick launches an investigation into sexual harassment allegations from former Uber engineer Susan Fowler.

  • These are the weirdest websites Trump has registered 

    President Trump owns more than 3,600 domain names, including TrumpPonziScheme.com, TrumpFraud.com and TrumpSucks.com.

  • Employees fired after participating in protest 

    An Oklahoma restaurant fired 12 employees for missing work for "A Day Without Immigrants" protest.

  • Trump's mention of Sweden raises questions 

    President Trump's reference to "what's happening last night in Sweden" is raising many questions around the Internet.

  • And the world's biggest arms dealer is ... 

    Where do nations from every corner of the planet look when they want to increase their arsenals? To the United States, the world's largest arms exporter.

  • Yiannopoulos confronted on Maher 

    Controversial far right-wing speaker Milo Yiannopoulos makes an appearance on "Real Time with Bill Maher."

  • Watch SpaceX's Falcon 9 Rocket make a flawless landing  

    SpaceX made history today when it launched an unmanned spacecraft to the international space station from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Dragon is packed with more than 5,000 pounds of cargo and experiments. The launch was delayed one day due to concerns about a small leak in the rocket's upper stage.

  • Getting answers from Trump's White House 

    NYT White House correspondent Glenn Thrush talks about the White House press office and responds to Reince Priebus's assertion that anonymous sources should not be quoted in news stories.

  • Democracy demands media literacy 

    Brian Stelter challenges media and tech companies to invest in media literacy efforts. He says news consumers need more information about how journalists try to seek the truth and do their jobs.

  • Focus on the Trump's actions, not words 

    RedState's Jay Caruso says journalists should talk less about themselves and more about Trump is doing. NYT's Glenn Thrush agrees, describing three important storylines about the Trump administration.

  • Justifying leaks from anonymous sources 

    RedState's Jay Caruso says journalists should talk less about themselves and more about Trump is doing. NYT's Glenn Thrush agrees, describing three important storylines about the Trump administration.

  • Real-world impact of "enemies" tweet 

    Analysts Salena Zito and Jeff Greenfield react to Trump's "enemies" rhetoric. Greenfield warns of potential anti-press actions, like an attempt to block AT&T's pending acquisition of Time Warner.

  • On Media, Trump's "worse than Nixon" 

    Legendary journalist Carl Bernstein says "we've never seen, in an American president, such open authoritarian moves and rhetoric."

  • Stelter: Trump's attacks are poisonous 

    President Trump's anti-media attacks are a "verbal form of poison," meant to harm news organizations, Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter says.

  • Carl Bernstein: Trump's attacks on the press 'more treacherous' than Nixon's 

    Brian Stelter and CNN political analyst, Carl Bernstein, discuss how President Trump singles out news outlets as the 'enemy'. Bernstein says that Trump's attacks on the press are 'more treacherous' than Nixon's.

  • SpaceX launches historic takeoff  

    SpaceX made history today when it launched an unmanned spacecraft to the international space station from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Dragon is packed with more than 5,000 pounds of cargo and experiments. The launch was delayed one day due to concerns about a small leak in the rocket's upper stage.

  • China's Trump trademark decision: Is it an ethics problem? 

    Donald Trump fought for years, unsuccessfully, to trademark his name in China. Just before the election, China switched its position. Ethics experts are wondering if China wants something in return from the now President of the United States.

  • Battle of the brands: Unilever vs. Kraft Heinz 

    Kraft Heinz says it will continue its pursuit of Unilever in what could be one of the biggest mergers of all time. The question is, what would a combined company look like? CNN's Richard Quest and Paul R. La Monica look at a battle of the brands.

  • Mexico: We will retaliate against tariffs 

    Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal talks to Richard Quest about his hopes for a constructive trade deal with the United States.

  • A brief history of contentious presidential press conferences 

    Here's a look back at some of the most memorable and controversial moments from presidential press conferences.

  • Trump: Air Force One looks great at 30 

    President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Boeing plant in South Carolina.

  • Michael Dubke in 60 seconds 
    Michael Dubke in 60 seconds(01:00)Feb 17 2017

    The White House is naming Mike Dubke communications director, but who is he?

  • Scott Pruitt confirmed as head of EPA 

    The Senate confirmed Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency, an agency Republicans desperately want to rein in after what they charge was eight years of dangerous activism under the Obama administration that hurt businesses, jobs and the economy.

  • Mexico seeks 'win-win' trade deal 

    Mexico's economy minister Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal tells CNN's Richard Quest that his country hopes for constructive talks with the United States on a trade deal.

  • The Hatchimals family grows 
    The Hatchimals family grows(00:59)Feb 17 2017

    One of the most sought after toys of the holiday season is back with two new additions ---- Hatchimals Glitter and Hatchimals Colleggtibles.

  • Can Mulberry stay on trend after Brexit? 

    It may be an iconic British brand, but Mulberry gets its leather, zips and even its CEO from Europe. So how does the company plan to stay in fashion after Brexit?

  • The two faces of the White House 

    Both Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer speak for the White House, but with a chaotic start to the administration they haven't always been on the same page.

  • Workers strike for a 'Day Without Immigrants' 

    Immigrant workers across the US took to the streets to protest President Trump's immigration policies.

  • Samsung's deep reach into daily life 

    Samsung Group is a giant conglomerate whose businesses touch many parts of South Koreans' lives, from the cradle to the grave.

  • Who is Alexander Acosta? 
    Who is Alexander Acosta?(01:32)Feb 16 2017

    Alexander Acosta is President Trump's Labor Secretary pick. If confirmed, the lawyer will be the first Hispanic in Trump's cabinet.

  • President Trump lashes out at media in press conference 

    During Thursday's press conference announcing his Labor pick, President Trump repeatedly complained about unfair media coverage while defending his administration's performance.

  • President Trump: Russia is a ruse 

    When asked during a press conference about his administration's ties to Russia, President Donald Trump said he has nothing to do with the Russian government.

  • Who is Trump's adviser, Kellyanne Conway? 

    From Trump's campaign manager to Counselor to the President, Conway is definitely leaving her mark in the White House. Meet the President's adviser.

  • Trump takes questions from CNN's Jim Acosta 

    CNN's Jim Acosta asks President Trump to clarify his stance on leaks within his administration when he encouraged it back during the 2016 election cycle.

  • Trump: Press illegally gets information 

    Donald Trump comments on Michael Flynn's departure and says the press illegally obtains information about what's happening behind the scenes in his administration.

  • Trump: Russia is fake news 
    Trump: Russia is fake news(02:17)Feb 16 2017

    President Donald Trump says that reports regarding his senior advisers contacting Russian operatives are "fake news."

  • CNN Review: 'Big Little Lies' is a juicy leap 

    Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman lead an all-star cast for HBO's newest drama that is part 'True Detective' and part 'Desperate Housewives.'

  • This robot walks like an ostrich 

    Engineers at Oregon State University introduced Cassie, a versatile bipedal robot that can walk, squat, and balance all by itself.

  • Michigan workers hate NAFTA but love robots 

    Michigan has lost nearly 300,000 manufacturing jobs since 2000. Research pins a large portion of the job loss on automation, but these workers blame trade deals.

  • Stocks on longest record run in 25 years 

    The major averages hit five straight all-time highs for the first time since January 1992.