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'Linsanity': On the court and online

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  • American auto manufacturers bet on trucks 

    Here are the new trucks Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge are betting on while their foreign competitors focus on sedans and crossover SUVs.

  • SAP taps new source of talent: Refugees 

    The German economy keeps booming and there is a shortage of talent to meet high demand for labor. Particularly in demand are IT specialists, engineers and technicians. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

  • Here's why real progress could be made at Davos 

    This year at Davos, the focus is supposed to be on creating a shared future in a fractured world. But the man many blame for the divide, President Trump, is attending. CNN's Richard Quest explains what's at stake this year.

  • Trump: Government 'very well could' shut down 

    President Donald Trump told reporters at the Pentagon that the worst results of a possible government shutdown would be the impact on the U.S. military.

  • Venezuela's economy on the brink of collapse 

    It used to be the wealthiest country in Latin America, now Venezuela's currency is almost worthless.

  • What is Davos?  

    This small town in Switzerland has become the meeting ground for the global elite. This year, President Trump is attending and will likely make it one to remember.  

  • Stormy Daniels shared her story in 2011 

    Some media outlets shelved a story that detailed an alleged sexual relationship between porn actress Stormy Daniels and President Donald Trump before the 2016 election. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

  • Murdoch and Trump: Frenemies with benefits 

    For all the drama that's coming out of the White House, one of the most underreported angles has been the relationship between Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch. CNN's Tom Kludt explains what exactly the two men get from each other, and how the good feelings might not last.

  • Allbirds founders: Shoes hadn't kept up with modern living 

    Shoe brand Allbirds started when a professional soccer player from New Zealand decided it was time to get logos off sneakers and make them with natural materials.