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  • Trump wants to cancel Air Force One order 

    Donald Trump wants to cancel government plans to build two new Air Force One jets.

  • Your kiwi fruit's long journey 

    Italy is the largest kiwi fruit exporter in the world. The first trees were planted 50 years ago. A combination of good soil and favorable climate has helped Italy dominate the market.

  • Why Air Force One needs an update 

    President-elect Donald Trump wants to cancel an Air Force One order from Boeing, citing a "more than $4 billion" cost. CNNMoney's Richard Quest explains why that figure is questionable and why the president needs a new plane to begin with.

  • Deal for new Air Force One was announced in 2015 

    In 2015, the Pentagon chose Boeing's 747-8 to replace the two aging planes that serve as the President's Air Force One fleet.

  • Trump: Air Force One costs 'out of control' 

    President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that the new Boeing 747 jet that's being built to carry "future presidents" already costs more than $4 billion, and that he wants to cancel the order.

  • 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.