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    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.

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    No one knows how long MoviePass will survive. What we do know: movie subscription services like AMC Stubs A-List are on the rise. CNN's Frank Pallotta talks to the companies' CEOs to find out why.

  • 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.

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    McDonald's iconic Happy Meal has been evolving since it was introduced nearly 40 years ago. Today the chain is pushing towards even more healthy options but the toys definitely haven't gone away.

  • Uber competitor Via expands worldwide 

    Driving around London, Samuel Burke interviews Via CEO Daniel Ramot to discuss the company's global expansion and how they get the vast majority of their riders to share rides instead of going solo.

  • Fox News host addresses controversial comments 

    Fox News host Laura Ingraham is being criticized for her comments warning her audience of "massive demographic changes." CNN's Brian Stelter reports.

  • The history of the Boeing 747 

    CNN's Richard Quest tells the story of the Boeing 747, a plane that transformed air travel and launched a new age of in-flight decadence.

  • Protests erupt as thousands in China lose life savings  

    Thousands of Chinese citizens had their savings wiped out after hundreds of online lending platforms imploded. CNN's Matt Rivers speaks to some of the victims who lost their money to companies they say were promoted by the government.