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Here's why Ford isn't phasing out the Mustang

Ford plans to phase out its entire car line-up, with one exception - the Mustang. CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena explains why the Mustang is here to stay.

Comcast prepares to top Disney's bid for Fox

Comcast says it's getting ready to top Disney's $52-billion bid for some of 21st Century Fox's assets. CNNMoney's Hadas Gold reports on the scramble for content among media companies.

Journalists blocked from EPA event

Reporters from CNN, the Associated Press and the trade publication E&E were barred by the Environmental Protection Agency from entering a national summit where Scott Pruitt, the agency's chief, was speaking. CNNMoney's Oliver Darcy reports.

'Deadpool 2' is Ryan Reynolds vs. Josh Brolin

Ryan Reynolds returns as the red spandex-clad 'merc with a mouth' opposite Josh Brolin's Cable in 'Deadpool 2.' David Daniel has a look.

'SNL' spoofs 'The Sopranos' in season finale

"Saturday Night Live" marked special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation first anniversary with a spoof of "The Sopranos'" final

Royalty and the media: A history

Thomas Markle and his will he, won't he walk his daughter down the aisle has reminded us of the uneasy relationship that the House of Windsor has with the media. CNN's Anna Stewart has more.

Giuliani: We didn't get Hillary treatment

Jack Quinn, the former White House Counsel to President Clinton, tells CNN's Don Lemon that Rudy Giuliani's comments "demonizing" the Russia investigation are "shameful."

CBS' Moonves fights possible Viacom merger

CBS head Leslie Moonves is battling against National Amusements president Shari Redstone, who wants CBS and sister company Viacom to consider merging. CNNMoney's Brian Stelter reports.

Jeep wants you to take this Grand Cherokee on the racetrack

The new 707hp Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has the same supercharged Hemi engine as the Dodge Challenger Hellcat muscle car. Why put 707hp in an SUV? Because you can.

Trump to help Chinese phonemaker after ban

Weeks after the Trump administration banned US firms from selling ZTE's products, the President now wants to get the company back on its feet to save jobs in China. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci reports.