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  • Trump: Marino out due to conflict of interest 

    Donald Trump explains to Fox News Radio why Rep. Tom Marino (R-PA) pulled his name from consideration for drug czar.

  • Floating hospital sits empty near Puerto Rico 

    As Puerto Rico's health system struggles to cope from Hurricane Maria's destruction, the US Navy Ship Comfort, a state-of-the-art floating hospital, sits offshore with more than 200 empty beds. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.

  • Why hasn't Trump done more radio? 

    While President Trump has granted interviews to The New York Times and Time magazine and sat for network news interviews, he has largely shied away from a platform he utilized heavily during his presidential campaign: conservative talk radio.

  • How to save $1,000 this year 

    It won't be easy, but from cutting back on lattes to paying off credit card debt, it's possible to save $1,000 in a year.

  • 'SNL' takes on Harvey Weinstein 

    Even though "Saturday Night Live" didn't have someone play Harvey Weinstein, the scandal surrounding the Hollywood mogul was a hot topic for the NBC sketch series.

  • Arianna Huffington: It's a 'dangerous moment' for tech companies 

    Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post and Thrive Global, weighs in on the responsibility of media outlets to stop the fake news problem, saying "we need to put the public interest above the bottom line."

  • Hollywood soul-searching in wake of Weinstein scandal 

    As more and more big stars reveal connections into the Harvey Wenstein scandal, either as victims or alleged perpetrators of other harassment, Hollywood is asking who knew what and how it can be prevented in the future.

  • Trump ends subsidies to insurers that help pay for poor people 

    Saying they're "unlawful", The White House and President Trump decided to stop the payments to insurance companies that subsidize cheaper plans for low-income people. That could increase premiums for others in the marketplace or potentially drive insurers away completely.

  • Here's what's in Trump's executive order on health care 

    CNNMoney's Tami Luhby explains President Trump's executive order on health care allowing small business groups, and possibly individuals, to form associations to get coverage across state lines. These plans may come with fewer benefits and could help lower costs for some, but they could drive premiums up for the sick.