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  • What's next for Italy? 

    Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is resigning and a new government needs to be appointed. But the more immediate concern is a potential bank bailout.

  • 'SNL' mocks Trump's Twitter use  

    President-elect Donald Trump sent out a late night tweet in response to a "Saturday Night Live" skit featuring his use of Twitter.

  • I'm a gay priest 

    Americans who identify as LGBT are significantly less likely to be religiously affiliated than those who identify as heterosexual. But for these openly gay religious leaders, coming out didn't mean walking away from their faith. Meet the LGBTQ clergy fighting to change their religions from within.

  • How the government could kick Trump out of his own hotel 

    Donald Trump is poised to be both landlord and tenant of his new Washington hotel, Trump International Hotel. But once he takes office, he could violate the lease, due to a clause the prohibits any elected official from maintaining the space. Cristina Alesci looks how the potential conflict.

  • Trump tapping top CEOs for advisory group 

    President-elect Donald Trump is assembling a panel of CEOs from major corporations to advise him on the economy. The list includes Marry Barra of General Motors, Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase and Bob Iger of Disney.

  • Trump: Companies won't leave U.S. 'without consequences' 

    Speaking at the Indiana plant that makes furnaces, President-elect Donald Trump praised Carrier for keeping over 1,000 jobs in the U.S. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

  • Trump claims victory at Carrier, but critics aren't so sure 

    President-elect Donald Trump touted his plan to save 1,000 jobs at Carrier in Indiana and talked up his plans to reform business taxes and cut regulations. But critics say what Trump did at Carrier is a slippery slope.

  • Students lower flag in election protest  

    Hampshire College students lowered the U.S. flag to half staff in protest after the presidential election.

  • Italian banks are drowning in bad debt 

    Italy's banks have about ?360 billion ($383 billion) in non-performing loans on their books, roughly a third of the eurozone total.