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    Tom Hanks' third adventure as "The Da Vinci Code's" Robert Langdon, "Inferno" isn't so hot. Brian Lowry reviews the latest Ron Howard movie.

  • One dead, dozens injured in Venezuela protests 

    Demonstrators were out in force across Venezuela with protests both for and against the government. CNN's Shasta Darlington has more.

  • Miami's DJ Irie on the election: 'It's such an obvious choice' 

    DJ Irie gained widespread recognition as the Miami Heat's resident DJ. He is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a brand ambassador to some major corporate brands including Target and Cadillac. CNNMoney's Richard Quest asked him what he thinks of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

  • Is Trump's brand suffering? 

    Donald Trump's brand seems to have taken a hit during the campaign as hotel and casino bookings are down, according to anecdotal evidence. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

  • Florida's powerful voting bloc: Retirees 

    Around 20% of Florida residents are age 65 or older - more senior citizens than any other U.S. state - and they love to vote. CNNMoney's Richard Quest joined a group in Palm Beach for dessert and their thoughts on the 2016 election.

  • Elizabeth Warren: Campaign powerhouse 

    Loved by the left, feared by Wall Street, Elizabeth Warren has become the unlikely star of the campaign trail. CNN's Clare Sebastian looks at how she's shaped the debate, and how much power she could wield going forward.

  • 'Dubya' is back! 

    Will Ferrell -- err -- 'George W. Bush' showed up on '@midnight' to address his cousin Billy's recent controversy involving Donald Trump.

  • HHS Secretary on Obamacare premiums: 85% receive tax credits and subsidies  

    Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell says, "the Affordable Care Act was about three fundamental things -- access, affordability and quality. And it was about everybody, not just the uninsured."

  • Obamacare enrollee: Insurers dropping out put my daughter in danger 

    In Maricopa County, Arizona, Obamacare enrollees don't get to choose between multiple health insurance companies. There's only one insurer that hasn't dropped out of the marketplace. An Arizona mom explains why the lack of options is putting her epileptic daughter's health at risk.