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  • Ben Shapiro talks media bias and gun control 

    Ben Shapiro, editor in chief of The Daily Wire, tells Brian Stelter why conservatives feel coverage of guns is tilted against them. Shapiro and Stelter also discuss the purpose of media criticism more generally.

  • Charlottesville witness suing Alex Jones 

    Brennan Gilmore, joined by his lawyer Andrew Mendrala, tells Brian Stelter why he is suing Infowars and Alex Jones for peddling a conspiracy theory about him.

  • The TV to White House pipeline 

    With President Trump treating TV appearances as audition tapes, Alicia Menendez and Jeff Greenfield join Brian Stelter to analyze how hiring from networks like Fox News benefits Trump.

  • Is Stormy Daniels more media savvy than Trump? 

    Is adult film star Stormy Daniels beating the president at his own media game? Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss how Daniels has kept her case in the news spotlight ahead of her "60 Minutes" interview on March 25.

  • Bernstein's advice to press: 'Stay reportorial' 

    Carl Bernstein urges reporters to separate facts from speculation while covering Trump. "The reportorial fact is this president lies," he says. "Why do we have any reason to believe that he is not lying about the Russia investigation and what's underneath it?"

  • Trump takes on Mueller in tweetstorm 

    Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss the divergent narratives about the Trump administration and Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation. Greenfield says "it's Groundhog Day."

  • Comey's book is already a best seller 

    James Comey's book "A Higher Loyalty" doesn't come out until April 17, but it is already showing up on Amazon and B&N's lists of best selling books. Brian Stelter says Trump's anti-Comey tweet gave a boost to Comey's book sales.

  • France readies for battle in trade war 

    France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says tariffs are not the answer but he's not afraid of battle if a trade war erupts.

  • Will South Africa clean house? 
    Will South Africa clean house?(05:16)Mar 17 2018

    Pravin Gordhan has been fighting corruption in South Africa and he lost his job because of it. Now he's back, along with a new government, but can the country find the political will to bring about change?

  • Dog reunited with owners after Japan detour 

    A dog named Irgo has been reunited with his family, after accidentally being flown to Japan by United Airlines.

  • Here's why video game movies don't work 

    Often when popular video games like "Assassin's Creed" and "Prince of Persia" are turned into movies, audiences are disappointed. CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta explains why.

  • How this skincare brand got noticed in a crowded market 

    Singaporean Nicolas Travis started a skincare line after "frustrating" bouts of acne. Allies of Skin is now stocked by retailers in 12 countries, with e-commerce dominating over 50% of sales.

  • Rihanna slams Snapchat for mocking her assault 

    Rihanna responds to Snapchat's apology for an advertisement that appeared to mock her domestic violence incident with her former boyfriend, Chris Brown.

  • This bot can help you document harassment 

    Spot is a chatbot that helps employees track and report workplace harassment and discrimination. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke sits down with co-founder Julia Shaw to find out how a bot can help make your office safer.

  • Fanatics CEO: NFL jersey sales strong during protests 

    Fanatics manages the online stores of nearly every pro sports league in the US. CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia sits down with CEO Doug Mack to talk about the company's business model and how jersey sales fared during last year's NFL ratings drop.

  • For dogs, United can be deadly 
    For dogs, United can be deadly(02:27)Mar 15 2018

    It's not just dogs that are dying on planes. in 2017, 24 pets died while on US carriers and 18 of those 24 were on United Airlines.

  • A Personal, Powerful Profitable Moment 

    Richard kicks of #MyFreedomDay with a powerful and personal Profitable Moment on what freedom means to him.

  • See the most exotic cars from the Geneva Motor Show 

    Everyone has heard of names like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche, but these small supercar manufacturers were some of the flashiest at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

  • Here's how corporations are addressing human trafficking 

    CNN uses #MyFreedomDay to draw attention to human trafficking and slavery. CNNMoney's Richard Quest explains how corporations are also doing more to stop the abuse.

  • She turned a small salon into a wellness empire 

    Dzigbordi Dosoo built her business empire by starting Ghana's first day spa and used the lessons she learned along the way to develop a training scheme for spa management.

  • Aaron Sorkin's well-played 'Game' 

    Wordsmith Aaron Sorkin also played the hand of director to make a story about a tough-as-nails woman bloom on screen.

  • Trump is wrong about a trade deficit with Canada 

    The US ran a $2.7 billion trade surplus with Canada last year, according to the Commerce Department. CNNMoney's Christine Romans breaks down the numbers.

  • Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged with massive fraud 

    Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, who promised to revolutionize blood testing, has been charged by the SEC with fraud involving more than $700 million.

  • Uber combats modern-day slavery 

    The ride-sharing company is using its scale and technology to root out the traffickers who use its services

  • Airport staff fights human trafficking 

    The director of security at the world's busiest airport in Atlanta says modern slavery is more widespread than most people believe.

  • Remembering one of the darkest days in financial history 

    The collapse of Bear Stearns was one of the first dominoes to fall in the Great Recession. CNN's Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans looks back on what it was like to cover one of the darkest moments in recent financial history.

  • Warren: Banking bill risks another bailout 

    The Senate is advancing a new banking bill which Sen. Elizabeth Warren says, "puts us at great risk" for another taxpayer bailout.

  • Delta teaches staff to spot human trafficking 

    Allison Ausband has trained more than 50,000 employees. She tells Richard Quest what signs staff are looking for.

  • AirBnB: Info sharing can curb human trafficking 

    The company's head of risk management tells Richard Quest that information-sharing partnerships are essential to stamp out modern-day slavery.

  • 'The Crown's' queen was paid less than her prince 

    Producers of the Netflix series "The Crown" say Claire Foy, the actress who plays Queen Elizabeth, was paid less than co-star Matt Smith, who plays Prince Philip.

  • Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time DJ 

    Goldman Sachs' presumed next leader isn't your typical investment banker. David Solomon is a part-time electronic dance DJ who performs at New York and Miami clubs under the nickname DJ D-Sol.

  • Fitbit unveils Apple Watch clone and fitness tracker for kids 

    Fitbit CEO and cofounder James Park explains why the new products may lure more casual fitness fans, and the company's lofty goal of making everyone healthier.

  • Here's how your online grocery delivery options are growing 

    Walmart is expanding its grocery delivery service to 40% of US homes by the end of 2018. It is the latest move by the nation's largest grocer to stay competitive with Amazon and Target.

  • Is the US trade deficit a bad thing? 

    The U.S. has a $566 billion dollar trade deficit with the rest of the world. But does that hurt the economy? Christine Romans investigates.

  • Physicist Stephen Hawking dies at 76 

    World renowned theoretical physicist, cosmologist, astronomer and mathematician has died at age 76.

  • Get the first glimpse of Disney's new Star Wars land 

    Construction of Disney's much-anticipated Star Wars attractions is underway. The lands called "Galaxy's Edge" are set to open in 2019.

  • Cities are throwing billions of dollars at...Amazon? 

    As cities across the country angle to win Amazon's contest to be the home of its next headquarters, CNN's Jon Sarlin looks at how good it really is to be the "winner."

  • See Google cofounder's flying taxi take to the skies 

    Kitty Hawk, a startup backed by Google cofounder Larry Page, is testing its self-piloting flying taxi in New Zealand.

  • Trump's new top economic adviser hates tariffs 

    Larry Kudlow, President Trump's pick to run the National Economic Council, has been vocal in his criticism of tariffs.

  • You won't be hearing the Toys 'R' Us jingle anymore 

    After 70 years in business, Toys "R" Us will be closing or selling all of its US stores.

  • Eddy Cue on why Apple hasn't bought Netflix 

    At the South by Southwest conference, CNNMoney's Dylan Byers talks to Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue about why the company is creating its own original content rather than acquiring a company like Netflix or Disney.

  • Eddy Cue on why NRA is allowed on Apple TV 

    At the South by Southwest conference, CNNMoney's Dylan Byers talks to Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue about what is and is not allowed on the company's app stores.

  • Jim Gaffigan on why he loves comedy (it's not for the laughs) 

    CNN talked to Jim Gaffigan at South by Southwest about his favorite breakfast foods, his favorite part of being a comedian and how he thinks #MeToo is changing standup comedy.

  • Gloria Allred's 'Year of Empowerment of Women"  

    On International Women's Day, Gloria Allred says 2018 may be a year of empowerment, but she hopes for an 'age of empowerment.' Allred also gives her thoughts on Trump, Stormy Daniels and the legal standings of the case.

  • Goldman Sachs names David Solomon as sole president 

    Co-president Harvey Schwartz plans to retire, paving the way for Solomon to eventually become CEO when Lloyd Blankfein steps down.

  • Unions may flip this steel district despite Trump's tariffs 

    The United Steelworkers union is applauding President Trump on his move to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. But they're supporting Democrat Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania's 18th district special election. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich explores whether workers will stand with union leadership.

  • How Glossier founder and CEO is disrupting the beauty industry 

    Glossier founder and CEO Emily Weiss isn't relying on celebrity endorsements to get her beauty products out there. She's harnessing the power of social media and tells CNN's Poppy Harlow the brands of the future will be "co-created."

  • Trump's media jabs: Jokes or serious threats? 

    Trump's free-wheeling rallies mean different things to different people. Salena Zito, April Ryan, and John Avlon discuss some of the darker rhetoric at Saturday's rally. "This is not shtick. It's not comedy. This is real and it's dangerous," Ryan says.

  • Stormy Daniels scandal is about money, not sex 

    Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Rothfeld, part of the team that broke the Stormy Daniels payoff story, describes the reporting process and explains why anonymous sourcing was necessary. "Where the money came from" is a big part of the story, he says.

  • How Trump tries to 'produce' his presidency 

    David Zurawik, April Ryan, and John Avlon discuss President Trump's use of TV production techniques to shape news coverage of his presidency. Some of the panelists say Trump tries to distract from unflattering stories.