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  • Trump's Twitter inspiration: TV? 

    Watch. Tweet. Repeat. That's the formula that the President-elect seems to be following. Just minutes after an interview on CNN with the Carrier union boss, Trump tweeted that he was doing a terrible job representing workers. He did the same while Alec Baldwin was still on the air on "Saturday Night Live." CNNMoney's Brian Stelter looks at Trump's affinity for using Twitter to sound off.

  • Jennifer Aniston: I knew I was funny when... 

    Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman sat down to discuss their upcoming comedy, 'Office Christmas Party.' The duo talked about why the self-professed best friends love working together, and Aniston told CNN the moment she realized she was funny.

  • He's the design boss behind the Land Rover 

    As Design Director, Gerry McGovern creates the concepts behind the renowned British car brand. Get an up close look at the business and creativity of automotive design.

  • Beyonce, Adele rule Grammy nominations 

    Beyonce and Adele are up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

  • How did 'pizzagate' inspire violence? 

    A fake news story about Hillary Clinton led to an armed confrontation at a pizza joint. CNN's Brian Stelter examines how and why the conspiracy theory known as "pizzagate" took root.

  • Ivanka's business ties in Japan raise more conflicts for Donald Trump 

    Donald Trump can't escape questions about his international business dealings. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci looks into the recent revelations of Ivanka Trump's business dealings in Japan. This only weeks after a firestorm of criticism surrounding President-elect Trump's decision to include her in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe.

  • Fake news story triggers armed confrontation 

    A suspect arrested with an assault rifle at a Washington, DC pizzeria admitted he had come to investigate an online conspiracy theory, according to police. CNN's Joe Johns has more.

  • Zurawik proposes a 'truth mob' 

    David Zurawik explores Trump's mastery of Twitter and suggests social media users could use the sites to demand truth from politicians.

  • Stelter: Why Trump's lies are different 

    Brian Stelter says journalists shouldn't just report and fact-check Trump's lies, they should try to examine where the claims come from and why Trump chooses to say them.