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Nordstrom sells these silly, pricey things

Nordstrom is selling dirty jeans for $425 dollars. Here's a look at the retailer's other brushes with exorbitant prices and Twitter mockery.

Pioneer Latino journalist Cecilia Alvear dies

Alvear, who lost a battle with cancer, achieved recognition through her advocacy for newsroom diversity. She was NBC's first Latina producer.

Wells Fargo CEO: Trump will get tax reform done

Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why tax and health care reform are the most important issues for his customers, and why he hopes Gary Cohn is influencing the Trump administration.

Colorado facing influx of black market pot

Since Colorado legalized pot for recreational use, both legal and illegal profits are growing. CNN's Ana Cabrera looks at efforts to weed out illegal producers.

Will dems shut down government over Obamacare?

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) discusses the ongoing debate on keep the government funded and what role Obamacare could play in the negotiation.

5 shocking golden parachutes

Ousted executives often leave with staggering payouts. Here are a few notable figures who cashed in when they checked out.

Steve Ballmer creates government data resource

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launched USAFacts to bring "transparency to your tax dollars."

Betsy DeVos is off to a rocky start

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is receiving fierce criticism and attacks on her views -- requiring US Marshals to protect her. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.

Why calling the unemployment rate 'fiction' is a big problem

Former commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics Erica Groshen talks with CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about President Donald Trump's rhetoric surrounding economic data and why budget cuts to statistical agencies would be "a huge risk [with] terrible consequences."

O'Reilly discusses sexual harassment in 2004

Following Bill O'Reilly's exit from Fox News, here is a 2004 interview on 'The O'Reilly Factor' in which he discusses the subject of sexual harassment.