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    Thanks to the popularity of Netflix's "Stranger Things," sales of Eggo waffles have gotten a boost. But one analyst says the gap between seasons has sent some Eggo sales to the upside down.

  • Bank stress tests, explained 

    Banks are just like me and you: they can feel stress. But only one of us can topple the world's economy. CNN's Jon Sarlin explains how stress tests measure a bank's ability to react to an economic downturn, and why more banks are now passing them.

  • Tiffany is trying to be cool. It's working. 

    Tiffany & Co. is revamping its image to attract a younger crowd. Here's a look at the ad campaigns and store redesigns that seem to be working.

  • Watch: Viral video of Tesla on fire 

    On Friday, actress Mary McCormack tweeted a video of a Tesla in flames. She says the car belonged to her husband and that the fire happened 'out of the blue'.

  • What zero tolerance really looks like 

    CNN's Rosa Flores, Ed Lavandera and Bob Ortega report on the US-Mexico border as children are being separated from their parents.

  • Vice: A company 'built on hype' 

    Reeves Wiedeman joins Brian Stelter to discuss his New York magazine story about Vice Media. He says a company that was "built on hype" must now face the real issue of the limits to its growth.

  • Rob Reiner on Trump, the probe and the press 

    Filmmaker Rob Reiner, an outspoken Trump critic, talks with Brian Stelter about the health of our press, our parties and our democracy. He says pro-Trump talk shows and websites are "essentially state-run media."

  • How to make a 'truth sandwich' 

    Brian Stelter shares linguist George Lakoff's advice about stopping the spread of political lies. Stelter's idea is a "truth sandwich." Doug Heye says news outlets shouldn't give so much attention to Trump's tweets.

  • Stelter on the AT&T deal and CNN's future 

    Brian Stelter discusses AT&T's ownership of CNN and the other parts of what is now formerly known as Time Warner. He also shares highlights from his interview with John Stankey, the new head of WarnerMedia.