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    This is one of the busiest weekends at the busiest international passenger airport in the world, with the added twist of an electronics ban for flights to the United States. John Defterios reports from Dubai.

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    While meeting people in the trucking industry, President Trump had the opportunity to hop into the cab of a big rig.

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    On the eve of a revised scheduled vote for the GOP's health care bill, President Trump gave Republican members of Congress, who remain deeply divided, an ultimatum: vote yes or he will move on and saddle them with the shame of failing to repeal Obamacare.

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  • Patricia Arquette: We need fair pay laws 

    Academy award winning actress and activist Patricia Arquette on her fight for true equality for women -- and closing the gender pay gap. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that if she were to meet with President Trump's administration she would ask for "serious fair pay laws" and "to support the Equal Rights Amendment." Arquette also opens up about her struggle as a young single mother living paycheck to paycheck.

  • Spicer: Ivanka decided to go above and beyond 

    Despite previous reports that Ivanka Trump would not obtain security clearance, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said at the time it was not true, but now Ivanka has decided to go above and beyond.