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What a wild week for stocks!

A week that started with the Dow's record 1,000-point drop turned around. Stocks finished the week in the green after the best 2-day rally since 2008.

The great interest rate debate

The crisis in China, the selloff in emerging markets and recent stock volatility will weigh on the Fed's decision to raise rates.

Cash or tuna? StarKist settles lawsuit

A class-action lawsuit charged that StarKist under-filled certain 5-ounce cans of tuna. Customers who purchased these cans will either get $25 in cash or a $50 voucher to purchase StarKist tuna.

MTV hardly plays music videos. Here's why the VMAs still matter

MTV doesn't really play music videos anymore, but the network's Video Music Awards are still a must-watch. Frank Pallotta explains why you should care about the award show.

GDP growth better than expected

The U.S. GDP rose a stronger than expected 3.7% annual rate in the second quarter.

AFROPUNK: The new counter culture

The AFROPUNK movement is pushing music and fashion forward. Here's how it's leveraging social and new media to democratize access and accelerate the exchange of images and ideas.

2 killed, 1 injured in attack on TV news crew

A disgruntled former employee of a Virginia TV news station killed 2 journalists live on TV.

Dow gains 619 points in a huge rebound

After multiple days of losses and incredible volatility along the way, stocks rebounded with force on Wednesday, up almost 4%.

Walmart CEO: We will curtail gun merchandise

In the aftermath of the Charleston shooting, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon tells CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci that he envisions curtailing sales of semi-automatic weapons.

Suspected Virginia shooter posted graphic videos online

Facebook and Twitter suspended the accounts of a man suspected of killing two journalists on air after he posted videos of the shooting.