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Under Armour wants to track your health

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why he's bet tens of millions on apps to track your health -- saying it's "criminal" that we don't know more about our bodies.

Trump to Russia: Find Clinton's emails

Donald Trump responds to speculation that he has not released his tax returns because of ties to Russia.

Kristen Stewart opens up about her same-sex relationship

In an interview with Elle Magazine, the 26-year-old actress discussed her relationship with film producer Alicia Cargile for the first time saying, 'I'm really in love with my girlfriend.'

Review: Novelty is wearing off in 'Sharknado 4'

CNN's Brian Lowry reviews 'Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens' starring Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, which opens July 31 in the U.S.

Inside Tesla's enormous battery factory

Tesla is building a massive factory in Nevada to produce lithium ion batteries for its electric vehicles. Go inside the facility that, when completed, will have the largest ground footprint of any building in the world.

Milo Yiannopoulos: I will continue to be as offensive as possible

Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently removed from Twitter after starting a barrage of hateful Tweets directed at Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones. He sits down with CNNMoney's Alison Kosik.

ClintonKaine.com owner: I'm hoping for $90,000

A Washington D.C. man bought the domain name ClintonKaine.com in 2011 for $8. CNN affiliate WJLA reports.

O'Reilly: Slaves who built White House were well fed

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly responded to first lady Michelle Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention, where she described what it's like to wake up every morning in a house built by slaves.

Review: 'Jason Bourne' is back to play the hits

CNN's Brian Lowry reviews 'Jason Bourne' starring Matt Damon, which opens July 29 in the U.S.

eHarmony CEO is stepping down

Dr. Neil Clark Warren, a former marriage counselor who dispenses advice in eHarmony commercials, is no longer CEO.