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Qatar Airways wants to buy 10% of American Airlines

Qatar Airways has long been at odds with American Airlines. Now it wants to buy at least $808 million worth of stock in American, the world's largest airline.

Coal CEO sues John Oliver

On his show "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver roasted coal mining CEO Robert Murray for his business practices.

New info in Tesla autopilot death

A new report shines light on a fatal May 2016 accident involving a self-driving Tesla. It finds that the driver was told to put his hands back on the wheel multiple times before the crash occurred.

Former North Korea detainee Otto Warmbier dies

Otto Warmbier, the American college student who spent 17 months in detention in North Korea, died in Cincinnati, Ohio, his family said in a statement.

Jared Kushner's vast real estate assets pose ethical risk

Although he's divested from a number of assets, Jared Kushner is still holding onto the bulk of his real estate empire - worth as much as $407 million. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci looks at what Kushner is keeping and why ethics experts are worried his choice to hold onto those assets could come back to haunt him.

Jim Acosta: White House is stonewalling us

CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta describes his displeasure with no video or audio recording being allowed during the White House press briefing.

Jones vs. Kelly: Battle between new and old media

Buzzfeed's Charlie Warzell on the dust-up between NBC's Megyn Kelly and her interview subject Alex Jones, and why America needs to take Jones seriously.

Katy Perry's confessional weekend

Katy Perry dropped some pretty big confessional bombs during her 96-hour "Big Brother"-style live stream event titled "Witness World Wide."

Amazon buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion

Online retail giant Amazon is buying organic grocery chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion in cash.

'Soup Nazi' company files for bankruptcy

No soup for you! Soupman, the restaurant chain made famous by the TV show, "Seinfeld," has filed for bankruptcy.