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    In 2011, Brian Bolter quit his job as a news anchor to start his own wine bar. Now, seven years later, he has opened four restaurants in Annapolis, Maryland that's mainly focused on wine.

  • Greece exits last of three bailouts 

    Greece has officially exited the last of the three enormous rescue programs that saved it from going bust and abandoning the euro. CNN's Richard Quest reports.

  • Ralph Peters: 'Fox isn't immoral, it's amoral' 

    Retired Lt. Col. and former Fox analyst Ralph Peters is sharply critical of both President Trump and his former network home. "People that only listen to Fox have an utterly skewed view of reality," Peters says. He calls Trump a "gift to Fox," and says "Fox in turn is a gift to Trump."

  • Twitter CEO explains 'time-out' for Alex Jones 

    Brian Stelter asks Jack Dorsey whether Twitter made mistakes surrounding Alex Jones. Does Dorsey really think a one-week "time out" will change Jones' behavior? "It's worth a shot," Dorsey says. More importantly, Twitter has to be "consistent" about enforcement. Later, Oliver Darcy joins Stelter with reaction to the interview.

  • Jack Dorsey speaks about Twitter's problems  

    In a rare TV interview, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses "toxic" behavior on the platform and his efforts to improve the "health" of conversations. "We're ready to question everything," Dorsey says, even basic features like follower counts. This leads Brian Stelter to ask him about the perception that Twitter is all talk and no action.

  • Twitter CEO knows people fear Big Tech  

    In a rare TV interview, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses "toxic" behavior on the platform and his efforts to improve the "health" of conversations. "We're ready to question everything," Dorsey says, even basic features like follower counts. This leads Brian Stelter to ask him about the perception that Twitter is all talk and no action.

  • Scarlett Johansson is the world's highest paid actress 

    According to Forbes, Scarlett Johansson took home $40.5 million between June 2017 and June 2018, making her the world's highest paid actress. Following Johansson on the Forbes' list are Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence, and Reese Witherspoon.

  • Turkish lira weakens after US threatens more sanctions 

    A tweet by President Trump announcing a new round of tariffs sent the Turkish lira on a tailspin. CNN's John Defterios reports.

  • Trump: SEC to review dropping quarterly reports 

    President Donald Trump says he has asked the SEC to study whether to stop requiring companies to report quarterly earnings. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci reports.