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KFC has a chicken delivery problem in the UK

About 800 of the company's roughly 900 locations in Britain were temporarily closed on Monday after a logistics snafu stopped chicken deliveries.

Rosenstein: Russians paid, recruited Americans

Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein gives details on some of the 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election, charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.

Ex-Playmate sold Trump affair story to tabloid

The New Yorker magazine reported details of an alleged nine-month affair between Donald Trump and former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal.

McDonald's to reduce calories in Happy Meals

The fast food chain will be cutting artificial ingredients and is reducing Happy Meals to under 600 calories.

Sen Murphy: Shootings a 'consequence of our inaction'

Senator Chris Murphy makes an emotional plea on the Senate floor after a deadly shooting at a Florida high school.

Why Lloyd Blankfein tweets in a time of 'poison politics'

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein has been fairly snarky on Twitter lately. He explains to CNN's Christine Romans why he feels the need to be public with his thoughts in the current political environment.

Blankfein: Immigration debate 'not necessarily ruled by reason'

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says that immigration helps the economy in the long run, but understands that "gut level" emotions that drive the debate. He also says he wants to see DACA resolved.

Clinton supporter Lloyd Blankfein gives Trump some credit for the economy

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says he'd bet "the economy is higher today than it otherwise would be" if Hillary Clinton had won the election. He also says not too much has happened with President Trump's trade agenda yet.

Blankfein: Tax bonuses are 'symbolic' - but symbolism matters

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says the bonuses that are being handed out due to tax reform are "symbolic" but that symbolism matters. He says the most important thing for the economy is people investing for the long run, and solving structural inequality that has "created political instability."

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein: 'I haven't felt this good since 2006'

While he doesn't think it's the most likely scenario, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says there's a real risk of an overheating economy and the Federal Reserve raising rates quickly. His advice to the average American invested in the stock market: "I'd be planning for the contingency that this ends up being a worse time than people are thinking."