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  • Macy's momentum may be slowing  

    CNN's Paul R. La Monica explains why Macy's same store sales weren't good enough to keep investors happy.

  • What's driving the Dow's worst day in months?  

    Cuttone & Co's Keith Bliss explains why trade concerns and Turkey's crisis are sending stocks lower.

  • Corona, Modelo brewer invests $4 billion in marijuana company 

    Constellation Brands, which owns popular beer brands like Modelo, Corona and Pacifico has just invested $4 billion in Canadian marijuana grower Canopy Growth. Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton tells Richard Quest what the partnership could mean for the future of the cannabis and alcohol industries.

  • Turkey raises tariffs on US products amid currency crisis 

    In response to the US doubling tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum, Turkey has raised tariffs on several US product categories including cars, cosmetics, tobacco and alcohol.

  • Tinder co-founders and early employees sue dating app's owners for billions 

    In an exclusive interview, Tinder co-founder Sean Rad tells CNN's Laurie Segall why he and nine others are suing parent company Match Group and its owner IAC for allegedly manipulating Tinder's valuation and denying some employees billions of dollars.

  • Turkish lira plummets again, hits record low 

    The Turkish lira dropped to a record low during a volatile trading period on Monday, after plummeting more than 20% last week. President Erdogan told Turkish citizens that the exchange rate should return to normal shortly, but investors worry that the government isn't doing enough to help the lira recover its value.

  • Will these editorials make a difference? 

    Hadas Gold and Brian Stelter discuss the Boston Globe-led campaign for newspapers to publish editorials decrying Trump's anti-press rhetoric. Gold says it's another example of news media solidarity, but has doubts about how effective it will be.

  • Stelter examines Trump's hall of mirrors 

    Brian Stelter shows how the president works hand in hand with the pro-Trump media to discredit the Robert Mueller probe. He compares it to a "hall of mirrors" and says the political jockeying ultimately hurts the public.

  • Bill de Blasio speaks out against Murdoch 

    New York City mayor Bill de Blasio tells Brian Stelter that outlets like Fox News and the New York Post "try to stir the most negative impulses in this country." When Stelter compares him to Trump and says "politicians make lousy media critics," de Blasio says he supports a free press but feels it is necessary to "call out" the Murdoch agenda.