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  • Carrier worker: We thought Trump would save all the jobs 

    Carrier workers and union leaders are disputing President-elect Donald Trump's claim that he saved 1,100 jobs at Carrier.

  • Donald Trump is Time's Person of the Year 

    The magazine named President-elect Donald Trump as 2016 Person of the Year. Time said Trump influenced the country for "better or worse" and dubbed him the "President of a Divided America."

  • Beyonce, Adele rule Grammy nominations 

    Beyonce and Adele are up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

  • How did 'pizzagate' inspire violence? 

    A fake news story about Hillary Clinton led to an armed confrontation at a pizza joint. CNN's Brian Stelter examines how and why the conspiracy theory known as "pizzagate" took root.

  • FB Messenger bots replace customer service for brands 

    FB Messenger is developing more bots powered by artificial intelligence to provide customer service for consumer brands inside the messenger environment.

  • Fake news story triggers armed confrontation 

    A suspect arrested with an assault rifle at a Washington, DC pizzeria admitted he had come to investigate an online conspiracy theory, according to police. CNN's Joe Johns has more.

  • 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.

  • Jobless rate hits lowest level since 2007 

    The U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell sharply to 4.6% from 4.9% in October. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks CEO 

    Howard Schultz will be stepping down next year as CEO of Starbucks. Schultz will be appointed executive chairman and the current chief operating officer Kevin Johnson, a tech industry veteran, will replace Schultz as CEO.