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Pot company CEO optimistic the U.S. market could open up

Cannabis stocks have hit record highs ahead of marijuana becoming recreationally legal in Canada. Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton explains why he thinks regulators in the U.S. might relax federal restrictions.

Billionaires love buying newspapers

From Buffett to Bezos, these billionaires are snapping up newspapers despite the fact the industry is struggling.

Kellyanne Conway: Press tensions 'not healthy'

Christiane Amanpour speaks with the counselor to President Trump about tensions between the White House and the media.

BlackRock strategist on emerging market concerns

BlackRock's Kate Moore says despite trouble in emerging markets, investors should focus on earnings and fundamentals. She cautions that souring sentiment could become "a self-fulfilling prophecy."

Watch: Norah O'Donnell reacts to Moonves exit

The "CBS This Morning" anchor reacted to the exit of the network's CEO Les Moonves amid sexual misconduct allegations.

Elon Musk smokes weed during interview

Tesla CEO Elon Musk sat down with podcast host Joe Rogan to talk about the future of transportation, artificial intelligence, and Tesla over whiskey and a joint.

US economy adds 201,000 jobs in August

The US economy added 201,000 jobs in August in another strong month of hiring. Christine Romans reports.

Congressman auctions off protester's phone at Twitter hearing

When a protester interrupted the congressional hearing of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Congressman Billy Long of Missouri proceeded to diffuse the situation by auctioning off the protester's cell phone.

Amazon is worth $1 trillion

Amazon has doubled in market value in just a year and now joins Apple in the elite ranks of companies worth $1 trillion.

'First Man' star Ryan Gosling responds to flag controversy

"First Man," from the director of "La La Land," doesn't include Neil Armstrong planting the U.S. flag on the moon. Star Ryan Gosling defends the controversial decision.