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  • How debt rules the banking system 

    How did we get so close to the financial brink? Short film for the 'We the Economy' series explores how tax dollars, the Federal Reserve printing money and your deposits are part of the bank's shuffling of debt.

  • What banks do with your money 

    You think that banks are where your cash is stored and safeguarded. Well, you're wrong. 'That Film About Money' explains what banks do with your deposits as part of the short film series, 'We the Economy.'

  • Apple Pay's double trouble 

    Some users, including CNN's Samuel Burke, have been getting charged twice for transactions made through Apple Pay.

  • Owners prodded to replace exploding airbags 

    Federal safety regulators and automakers are urging car owners to bring in cars whose faulty airbags could propel metal fragments at the driver and passengers.

  • Kansas City Royals return to World Series 

    The Kansas City Royals are playing for a World Series title after a 29-year absence.

  • Oscar de la Renta leaves behind an empire 

    Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, often described as the "sultan of suave," dressed the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy and Amal Clooney, leaving behind a legacy of haute couture.

  • Why healthcare is so expensive 

    As part of the 'We the Economy' short film series, 'This Won't Hurt a Bit!' follows a hapless patient as he journeys through the labyrinth of U.S. healthcare. Isaiah Washington, Lili Taylor and Bob Balaban star in the film.

  • Morgan Spurlock explains economics 

    Morgan Spurlock directs and stars in a short film as part of the 'We the Economy' series. In 'Cave-o-nomics' we meet Ugg, Glugg and Tugg, three enterprising cave men who accidentally invented trade, marketing and the base elements of the modern market economy.

  • Holder: Lack of Wall Street convictions 'frustrating' 

    Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says despite frustration of not being able to prosecute executives blamed for the financial crisis, the record settlements have done a lot of good.

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