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  • How Christy Turlington Burns turned a personal scare into a maternal mission 

    Supermodel Christy Turlington Burns founded the maternal health organization Every Mother Counts after a potentially life-threatening complication delivering her first child. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why she is committed to making pregnancy and childbirth safer for all mothers.

  • Carusone defends anti-Hannity ad boycott  

    "It's always been a long game." Angelo Carusone, the president of the anti-Fox group Media Matters for America, tells Brian Stelter why he is encouraging advertisers to boycott Sean Hannity's Fox show. (Fox says the campaign is an intimidation tactic.) Carusone also responds to Hannity's personal insults.

  • Atamaniuk: What it takes to impersonate Trump 

    Comedian Anthony Atamaniuk studied Trump's rallies and practiced his pitch-perfect impersonation before becoming the host of "The President Show." Now he takes Brian Stelter behind the scenes and describes what he has learned by playing the president.

  • Dalio & America's two economies 

    Billionaire Ray Dalio tells Fareed how the U.S. is becoming a two-tier economy, a problem that will only get worse.

  • Zimbabwe's Former Finance Minister: "Time Up" for Mugabe 

    Zimbabwe's former FInance Minister Tendai Biti tells RIchard Quest that Mugabe's time is up, the military is in charge, and if he cares about Zimbabwe, Mugabe needs to resign.

  • Keystone Pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of oil 

    210,000 gallons of oil has leaked from the Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota, according to the pipeline's operator TransCanada.

  • Saudi central banker: Corruption crackdown will 'pay off' 

    Ahmed Abdulkarim Alkholifey, the head of Saudi Arabia's central bank, says an anti-corruption campaign that has ensnared some of the kingdom's top business leaders will help provide "stability" for investors.

  • Al Franken accused of groping, forced kiss 

    Leeann Tweeden has accused Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of unwanted contact during a 2006 USO tour.

  • Al Franken accuser blames our culture 

    Leeann Tweeden, who said she was groped and "forcibly kissed" by Sen. Al Franken, says that our culture is part of the problem, and the first step toward change is for the people doing the abusing coming forward.