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  • Misty Copeland is now also a Barbie doll 

    Misty Copeland gained worldwide attention in 2015 when she became the first ever African-American female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater. She is the latest celebrity to get her own Barbie doll.

  • Venezuelans wait on hours-long line for basics 

    With the economy in crisis due to government rationing, hyperinflation and an oil crisis, frustrated people in Caracas, Venezuela wait for hours just to get basics like flour and soap. The only other option, buy items on the black market.

  • Johnson & Johnson loses second cancer lawsuit 

    A jury in St. Louis awarded $55 million in damages to a Missouri woman who used Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder for more than 35 years before being diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

  • After 9 years, a 3 minute reunion at the border 

    For the third time in history, the United States Border Patrol opened a fence that divides the U.S. and Mexico. Six families had the opportunity to embrace their loved ones for three minutes at a time.

  • Saudi Binladin layoffs lead to worker protests 

    Mass layoffs at one of the largest construction companies in the world - founded by Osama bin Ladin's father - has caused workers to protest and light fire to buses in Saudi Arabia, a rare sight.

  • Megyn Kelly in 90 seconds 

    Megyn Kelly was a rising star at Fox News even before her clash with Donald Trump. Here's how she got there.

  • Attorney General Schneiderman: Trump University a 'scam' 

    CNN's Drew Griffin sits down with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to discuss the state's case against Trump University, which Schneiderman calls a "scam."

  • A milestone for U.S. stocks 

    Christine Romans explains how the U.S. stock market reached the second longest bull run in history..

  • Meet the billionaire behind Cancer Moonshot 2020 

    Billionaire businessman and surgeon, Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, talks about Cancer Moonshot 20-20, a treatment that could be more individually tailored and less toxic to the cancer patient.