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  • Why North Korean sanctions have failed 

    For years, sanctions imposed by the United States and the UN have failed to stop North Korea's rapidly expanding nuclear program. Why have sanctions on North Korea failed so spectacularly? What sanctions could work?

  • Steyer: Trump's climate stance puts U.S. at risk 

    The billionaire environmentalist warns President Trump "does not do his job" and "makes no sense" on climate change.

  • Who is Laura Ingraham? 

    The conservative radio host and commentator and ardent Trump supporter will have a prime time show on Fox News.

  • GOP senators unveil alternative health plan 

    Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) discuss their new, alternative approach to replacing Obamacare.

  • Sam Adams founder: 'I'm not a good CEO' 

    Jim Koch, founder of Samuel Adams beer, comes from a family of brewers but says even his father discouraged him from getting into the beer business. He tells CNN's Poppy Harlow how he succeeded against the odds.

  • 5 stunning stats about Boeing 

    Boeing has grown from a single shipyard in Seattle in 1910 to becoming the world's leading manufacturer. These are some of the stats behind the company.

  • Facebook's Russia data: What Mueller may learn 

    The Daily Beast's Spencer Ackerman talks with Brian Stelter about the significance of Robert Mueller obtaining a search warrant to obtain Facebook data. Ackerman says there's a lot we still don't know about Russian efforts to spread propaganda through social networks.

  • Clinton says the news media helped Trump win 

    Amy Chozick, who covered Hillary Clinton for several years, says Clinton's new critiques of the media are fascinating. "It's "almost as if she's given up on the mainstream media," Chozick said. Clinton is encouraging more investment in liberal-leaning media companies.

  • The journalistic ethics of Jemele Hill's tweet 

    How are newsrooms navigating the "intersecting issues" around  journalists' use of social media? NPR's Michael Oreskes and Time's Nancy Gibbs weigh in. Plus, was it appropriate for the White House press secretary to say that ESPN "should take actions" against Jemele Hill?