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L.A. Mayor: Trump on the 'wrong side' of history

CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci speaks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about how feelings of inequality are fueling this election.

'Civil War' is about more than Captain America and Iron Man

'Captain America: Civil War' means more to Disney than a battle between two iconic superheroes -- it's the launching pad for the company's next decade.

'My Code' is a YouTube series that encourages young girls to code

The founders of Girls Who Code have launched "My Code," a YouTube series hoping to inspire young women.

Here's what a Takata airbag explosion looks like

Airbag maker Takata is facing federal probes after recalls caused by exploding airbags.

Virginia Governor: Trump is a 'huge problem'

CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci sat down with Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe about why he thinks business leaders and Republicans should be terrified of Trump.

Misty Copeland is now also a Barbie doll

Misty Copeland gained worldwide attention in 2015 when she became the first ever African-American female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater. She is the latest celebrity to get her own Barbie doll.

Johnson & Johnson loses second cancer lawsuit

A jury in St. Louis awarded $55 million in damages to a Missouri woman who used Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder for more than 35 years before being diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

The storied history of newspapers

Do you know why some newspapers are called "gazettes," or what story the first American paper reported on? Here are some facts about the history of the newspaper.

Does 'Hamilton' have a shot with overseas audiences?

"Hamilton" is one of the most profitable Broadway shows ever, and it's expected to dominate the Tony Awards. But can a show so steeped in American history satisfy audiences in Europe and Australia?

After 9 years, a 3 minute reunion at the border

For the third time in history, the United States Border Patrol opened a fence that divides the U.S. and Mexico. Six families had the opportunity to embrace their loved ones for three minutes at a time.