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  • 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.

  • What you need to know about the CFPB 

    Richard Cordray is stepping down as the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here's what you need to know about the controversial agency.

  • Old Vic theater uncovers Kevin Spacey allegations 

    The Old Vic theater in London says it has uncovered 20 allegations of inappropriate behavior by Kevin Spacey. The actor was artistic director there from 2004 to 2015. CNNMoney's Chloe Melas reports.

  •  Moment Da Vinci painting sold for $450 million 

    Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, "Salvator Mundi," was sold at a Christie's auction for a little over $450 million and became the most expensive artwork to ever sell at auction.

  • WaPo: Two more women accuse Moore 

    Two more women accuse Senate GOP candidate Roy Moore of unwanted advances at an Alabama mall when they were teenagers, according to the Washington Post.

  • Watch Fox News host contradict colleagues on Uranium One deal 

    After weeks of Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson pushing for an investigation into Hillary Clinton's involvement on the Uranium One deal, their Fox News colleague Shepard Smith dismantled the story.

  • A mega-deal could change the toy industry 

    Hasbro, the owner of most Disney toys and My Little Pony, reportedly wants to buy Mattel, the maker of Barbie dolls, Fisher-Price and Hot Wheels. The deal would potentially leave the company controlling 34% of the U.S. toy and game market, according to Wells Fargo Securities.

  • Broadcom CEO: Making America home again 

    The semiconductor company Broadcom is moving its legal headquarters back to the United States from Singapore. CEO Hock Tan cited the Republican tax plan as a reason for the move back stateside.