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BP's nightmare 2010

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  • Fake news story triggers armed confrontation 

    A suspect arrested with an assault rifle at a Washington, DC pizzeria admitted he had come to investigate an online conspiracy theory, according to police. CNN's Joe Johns has more.

  • I'm a gay priest 

    Americans who identify as LGBT are significantly less likely to be religiously affiliated than those who identify as heterosexual. But for these openly gay religious leaders, coming out didn't mean walking away from their faith. Meet the LGBTQ clergy fighting to change their religions from within.

  • Jobless rate hits lowest level since 2007 

    The U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell sharply to 4.6% from 4.9% in October. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks CEO 

    Howard Schultz will be stepping down next year as CEO of Starbucks. Schultz will be appointed executive chairman and the current chief operating officer Kevin Johnson, a tech industry veteran, will replace Schultz as CEO.

  • Trump claims victory at Carrier, but critics aren't so sure 

    President-elect Donald Trump touted his plan to save 1,000 jobs at Carrier in Indiana and talked up his plans to reform business taxes and cut regulations. But critics say what Trump did at Carrier is a slippery slope.

  • Students lower flag in election protest  

    Hampshire College students lowered the U.S. flag to half staff in protest after the presidential election.

  • McDonald's Big Mac creator dies 

    Jim Delligatti, the inventor of McDonald's Big Mac burger dies at the age of 98. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the man and the fast food icon he created.

  • Trump's foreign conflicts of interest aren't going away 

    Donald Trump announces in a tweetstorm that he plans to legally hand over control of his business empire to his children. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci breaks down what the current conflicts of interest are.

  • Arianna Huffington: We tried 'not to normalize' the things Trump said 

    Arianna Huffington says "a lot of people that voted for Obama, voted for Trump. It's not like they're a different breed of people." She hopes the nation can come together.