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CNN sends sketch artist to White House briefing

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Investor resigns after sex harassment allegations

The sexual harassment allegations against Binary Capital cofounder Justin Caldbeck were first surfaced by The Information on Thursday.

How the GOP health care bills help the rich

The Senate bill to get rid of Obamacare differs in key ways from the House-passed version. But both bills eliminate the tax burden imposed on the richest Americans by the Affordable Care Act.

Store closings have tripled so far this year

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Senate health care bill: Who it hurts, who it helps

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Facebook CEO: 'We have a responsibility to do more'

Here's how much it costs to be a wedding guest

The average guest at a wedding last year spent $888 per wedding, according to a study from the Knot. For those in the wedding party, the price of being a stand-up friend was over $1,000.

15 years after 'Minority Report': A cautionary film, ignored.

Experts say the moral of 'Minority Report' has been ignored, and its dystopian technologies are closing in on us.

Home prices are sky high, but mortgages are still cheap

Home prices have reached another record high, and buyers are feeling the pressure. But there has been one saving grace for buyers: mortgage rates.

White House-media relations at breaking point

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What's in the Senate Republican health care bill

Senate Republicans have released their version of the health care bill, which seeks to repeal major portions of Obamacare and reform health care in America. CNNMoney breaks it down for you.

Etihad Airways will let you pay for 'neighbor-free seats'

Etihad is giving economy class fliers the option to buy up to three seats next to their assigned space.

After Brexit, U.K. needs to rethink over 600 treaties

China's road-straddling bus bites the dust

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Gulf states issue list of demands to Qatar

U.S. bans imports of Brazilian beef over safety concerns

The United States has banned beef imports from Brazil because of concerns over food safety.

Layoffs at factory where Trump delivered jobs speech

Boeing said Thursday that it's cutting about 200 jobs at its Dreamliner plant in South Carolina.

What's inside the Senate GOP health care bill

Senate Republicans have released their version of the health care bill, which seeks to repeal major portions of Obamacare and reform health care in America. CNNMoney breaks it down for you.

Facts dispute Trump's jobs claims

On coal, Carrier, autos and the economy overall, the facts dispute Trump's jobs claims.

White House-media relations at breaking point

Five months into Donald Trump's presidency, White House-media relations are hanging by a thread as the press grows more frustrated over a lack of briefings and the White House complains about what it sees as grandstanding journalists.

What Facebook's new mission can and can't fix

Facebook is focusing on community, but a new direction won't make fake news, live murders, and hate speech go away.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop gets called out by NASA

The lifestyle brand initially said the stickers were made of carbon material used to line NASA space suits.

Factory where Trump delivered jobs speech sees lay offs

Boeing said Thursday that it's cutting about 200 jobs at its Dreamliner plant in South Carolina.

America's banks are really, really healthy

On Thursday, the Federal Reserve released the results of round one of its annual "stress test," a yearly exam to determine whether banks can weather a severe recession.

Senate finally unveils secret health care bill

'Serious questions' raised about Kushner family conflicts

Walter Jones, a member of the House from North Carolina, wrote to the Office of Government Ethics on May 18 to ask whether the pitch by the Kushner family business to Chinese investors last month violated ethics rules.

Why are White House briefings heard but not seen?

The White House's decision to continue holding press briefings off camera is the latest in a series of evasive maneuvers by the Trump administration that has journalists fuming and some Trump supporters cheering.

5 questions to ask before combining finances

Though your financial chemistry may not be what's lighting you up right now, one of the most important things you can do as a new couple is to get to know each other money-wise.

John Oliver sued by coal CEO

Coal CEO Robert Murray sued HBO host John Oliver on Thursday, claiming he executed a "character assassination" designed to hurt his company.

Zuckerberg: Why I've changed Facebook's mission

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Shareholders: EpiPen maker's $98M payout is too much

Mylan just got a rare scolding from shareholders fuming over a $98 million pay package for its former CEO.

Airbnb to call out 'premium' listings

Airbnb, the short term rental startup valued at $31 billion, is quietly launching a new quality control program to do so, according to a source familiar with the matter.

It's official. Business isn't investing in Britain.

The man running Britain's economy has warned that uncertainty over Brexit is stopping businesses from investing in the country.

I want to start a family but I have huge student loans

It's tough for students to plan for the future while wrestling with student loan debt. But with careful strategy, it's not impossible.

Paris Air Show: Boeing vs. Airbus

Boeing has claimed bragging rights over Airbus at the Paris Air Show, winning more aircraft orders at the biennial event than its European arch-rival for the first time since 2012.

Now even high earners can't afford college

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These are 4 of the world's hottest tourist destinations

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Sears Canada files for bankruptcy

Sears Canada files for bankruptcy.

Millions on Medicaid expansion face uncertainty

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Boeing vs. Airbus: Winner emerges at Paris Air Show

Boeing has claimed bragging rights over Airbus at the Paris Air Show, winning more aircraft orders at the biennial event than its European arch-rival for the first time since 2012.

Former Seminole chief helping tribes grow legal weed

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How safe are America's biggest banks?

On Thursday, the Federal Reserve will release the results of round one of its annual "stress test," a yearly exam to determine whether banks can weather a severe recession.

Bank dividends are near all-time highs

Trump has slammed Dodd-Frank as a "disaster" that has hurt banks. But banks were healthy enough to pay out a near-record $102.8 billion of dividends last year.

Stocks: 7 things to know before the bell

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

WannaCry cyberattacks are still happening

The WannaCry worm is still crawling through the internet. It halted production at a Honda auto plant this week.

Millions on Medicaid expansion face uncertain future

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American Airlines cuts ties with uniform supplier

American Airlines flight attendants who complained their uniforms caused rashes will get new garments, the company said.

The rise and fall of Uber's CEO

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'Bachelor in Paradise' contract revealed

A contract for the current season of "Bachelor in Paradise" provides a rare window behind the scenes of reality shows, in the "Bachelor" franchise and beyond.

Gas prices are falling fast

The recent drop in the cost of oil has been a happy surprise for drivers, who are enjoying the cheapest gas prices at the start of summer in 12 years.