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Aired 4-5p ET • Desperate Search for Survivors of Mexico Quake; Tracking Maria's Path of Destruction; IMF Can Help Quickly with Natural Disasters; Iran's President Says U. Risks Destroying Its Own Credibility; Airbnb Responds to Natural Disasters. Travel Ban Takes Effect Tonight; Ex-Apple Engineers on How the i Phone was Born; • Ransomware Attack Hits Global Companies; Investors Face Dilemma as Venezuela Crisis Deepens; GM CEO: Investing in Diversity and Tech Innovation; Federal Reserve Releases Stress Test Results. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Losing Streak Extends Over Trump Fears; Trump Son-In-Law Tasked with White House Overhaul; Giant gold coin stolen from Berlin museum; Delta needles United over; leggings; U. K Parliament Pauses For Minute's Silence; Obamacare Repeal Vote Postponed; Israel Arrests Test Suspect in Bomb Threat Cases; Kremlin Critic Killed Outside Hotel In Ukraine • Electronics Banned from Mideast Flights to U.

Aired 4-5p ET • Mexico Hit By 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake; Trump Brings "America First" to the U. Accountable; South Africa Corruption Scandal Widens; Ryanair Apologizes for Flight Cancelations; EU Looks to Crack Down on Extremist Content Online; Steaming Services Rule Supreme at the Emmys. Aired 4-5p ET • Juncker Urges Europe to Be Bold; Foreign Aid Arrives in Caribbean; Equifax Shares Sink as CEO Apologizes; Los Angeles and Paris Secure Olympic Bids; Easy Jet Unveils New Long-Haul Route Plan. Mulls Tough New Sanctions for North Korea; Turkey's President Slams Merkel Over EU Comments; Top Executive Defend U. "Dreamers"; La Liga Boss Calls for Action Over Manchester City Sponsors. Military Deploys Thousands of Troops to Texas; White House: Disaster Relief Won't Be Tied to Debt Ceiling; Remembering "The People's Princess". Aired 4-5p ET • Sharp Losses for Stocks Amid Volatile Trading; Lawmakers Appalled by Trump's Twitter Outburst; Major Murdoch Takeover Delayed in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Cyberattack Targets Global Corporate Giants; EU Hits Google with Record Fine; Facebook Reaches 2 Billion Users; Italian Finance Minister Says Banks Will Avoid Crisis; Arconic Shares Fall as London High-Rise Tests Continue. Aired 4-5p ET • Manchester Terror Probe Spreads to Libya; Police Make Sixth Arrest in Terror Investigation; UK Criticizes U. for Leaks on Manchester Attack; Manchester United Win Europa League on Emotional Night; Police: This is a Network That We Are Investigating; • Ford Replaces Its CEO; Trump Optimistic on Middle East Peace; The Church of England's Investment Outpace Wall Street Rivals; Saudi Arabia Optimistic After Trump Visit; Zuckerberg Plays Down Talk of Running for Office. Senators Call for More Venezuela Sanctions; Facebook Releases Q1 Earnings; Australian PM In Route to Meet Trump; You Tube CEO Says Silicon Valley Needs More Women. S.; FBI Confirms Probe into Trump-Russia Ties; Live; Arianna Huffington on Uber's Future; Debate Night in France Ahead of Crucial Elections; WTTC Chief: Trump Travel Ban is "Misguided". Markets Close at Record Highs; Fed Vice Chair: Fed Must Stay Independent; Trump to Detail Policy Priorities; Trump Sparks Conflict of Interest Concerns; 7.3 Hits Northeastern Japan; Trump Vows

Aired 4-5p ET • Desperate Search for Survivors of Mexico Quake; Tracking Maria's Path of Destruction; IMF Can Help Quickly with Natural Disasters; Iran's President Says U. Risks Destroying Its Own Credibility; Airbnb Responds to Natural Disasters. Travel Ban Takes Effect Tonight; Ex-Apple Engineers on How the i Phone was Born; • Ransomware Attack Hits Global Companies; Investors Face Dilemma as Venezuela Crisis Deepens; GM CEO: Investing in Diversity and Tech Innovation; Federal Reserve Releases Stress Test Results. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Losing Streak Extends Over Trump Fears; Trump Son-In-Law Tasked with White House Overhaul; Giant gold coin stolen from Berlin museum; Delta needles United over; leggings; U. K Parliament Pauses For Minute's Silence; Obamacare Repeal Vote Postponed; Israel Arrests Test Suspect in Bomb Threat Cases; Kremlin Critic Killed Outside Hotel In Ukraine • Electronics Banned from Mideast Flights to U.Aired 4-5p ET • Mexico Hit By 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake; Trump Brings "America First" to the U. Accountable; South Africa Corruption Scandal Widens; Ryanair Apologizes for Flight Cancelations; EU Looks to Crack Down on Extremist Content Online; Steaming Services Rule Supreme at the Emmys. Aired 4-5p ET • Juncker Urges Europe to Be Bold; Foreign Aid Arrives in Caribbean; Equifax Shares Sink as CEO Apologizes; Los Angeles and Paris Secure Olympic Bids; Easy Jet Unveils New Long-Haul Route Plan. Mulls Tough New Sanctions for North Korea; Turkey's President Slams Merkel Over EU Comments; Top Executive Defend U. "Dreamers"; La Liga Boss Calls for Action Over Manchester City Sponsors. Military Deploys Thousands of Troops to Texas; White House: Disaster Relief Won't Be Tied to Debt Ceiling; Remembering "The People's Princess". Aired 4-5p ET • Sharp Losses for Stocks Amid Volatile Trading; Lawmakers Appalled by Trump's Twitter Outburst; Major Murdoch Takeover Delayed in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Cyberattack Targets Global Corporate Giants; EU Hits Google with Record Fine; Facebook Reaches 2 Billion Users; Italian Finance Minister Says Banks Will Avoid Crisis; Arconic Shares Fall as London High-Rise Tests Continue. Aired 4-5p ET • Manchester Terror Probe Spreads to Libya; Police Make Sixth Arrest in Terror Investigation; UK Criticizes U. for Leaks on Manchester Attack; Manchester United Win Europa League on Emotional Night; Police: This is a Network That We Are Investigating; • Ford Replaces Its CEO; Trump Optimistic on Middle East Peace; The Church of England's Investment Outpace Wall Street Rivals; Saudi Arabia Optimistic After Trump Visit; Zuckerberg Plays Down Talk of Running for Office. Senators Call for More Venezuela Sanctions; Facebook Releases Q1 Earnings; Australian PM In Route to Meet Trump; You Tube CEO Says Silicon Valley Needs More Women. S.; FBI Confirms Probe into Trump-Russia Ties; Live; Arianna Huffington on Uber's Future; Debate Night in France Ahead of Crucial Elections; WTTC Chief: Trump Travel Ban is "Misguided". Markets Close at Record Highs; Fed Vice Chair: Fed Must Stay Independent; Trump to Detail Policy Priorities; Trump Sparks Conflict of Interest Concerns; 7.3 Hits Northeastern Japan; Trump Vows $1 Trillion for Infrastructure; Tsunami Warning in Japan after Strong Quake; Trump Taking More Conciliatory Approach; France Powers Ahead with Solar Roads; Fantastic Haul for "Fantastic Beasts".Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Flirt With 22,000 In Record Breaking Session; Ousted Scaramucci Faces Big Tax Bill; Apple To Release Q3 Earnings This Hour; Dow Hits Record High, Flirts With 22,000; U. Dollar Tumbles After Initial Trump Bump; Scaramucci Says He'll pay Taxes On Sale Of Company; U. Levies Sanctions Against Venezuela President; Maduro: Not Intimidated By "Emperor" Trump; Reports: Two Venezuelan Opposition Leaders Seized; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Campaign in Crisis as New Accusers Surface; Fed Reserve Chair Hails "High Pressure" Economy; Fed Hold Back on Rate Decision; Wells Fargo Posts Profit Drop; Bank Earnings Beat Expectations; Twitter Stock Tanks as Salesforce Backs Out; EU President: Hard Brexit or No Brexit; Only 5 Percent of S&P 500 CEOs are Women; Krawcheck: Trump's Comments About Women are Disturbing; EU President: No Brexit Cake; David Miliband: Brexit Will Be Severe; Feds Believe Russia Behind Leaked Emails; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Paul Ryan Says He Won't Defend Donald Trump; Buffett Hits Back at Trump Over Taxes; Lagarde: Respect Women and One Another; Lagarde: Everything is Better with Growth; Dow Rises as Investors Digest Bitter U. Debate; Samsung Stops Producing "Exploding" Phones; Hungarian Newspaper Abruptly Closes; Contact Theorists Awarded Nobel Economics Prize; Tecate "Beer Wall" Ad Combats Debate Rhetoric. Clinton's Missing Emails • Train Crash in New Jersey Kills at Least 1, Injures 112; Lawmakers Grill Wells Fargo CEO; Commerzbank to Cut 7,300 Jobs; OPEC Secretary General Speaks to CNNMoney; NTSB Investigating New Jersey Train Crash; Wang Jianlin: Huge Property Bubble in China; Volkswagen Unveils New Electric Car • OPEC Agrees to Oil Output Cut; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Family Releases Cell Phone Video of Charlotte Shooting; Charlotte Mayor: We're Open for Business; U. Working Class Whites Dissatisfied with the Economy; Twitter Spikes on Takeover Rumors; Yahoo Data Breach Puts Verizon Deal in Spotlight; Marriott Completes Merger with Starwood; U. Crackdown on Mail Fraudsters; MG to Halt Manufacturing in U.Aired 4-5p ET • Christine Lagarde: "We're All in This Together; Schauble "Concerned" at Rise of Populism; Carney: We Should Celebrate Globalization; U. East Coast Braces for Hurricane Matthew; Economic Leader Call for Inclusive Globalization; Yi Gang: We Need Inclusive Growth; Deutsche Bank Announces 1,000 more Layoffs; Twitter Plunges as Bid Rumors Falter; Brazil's Finance Minister Says Recession to End Early Next Year; Kim Yong Kim: We Want Private Money to Invest; Israel Holds Interest Rate at Record Low; Israel Economy growing Faster Than Expected; Schauble: Concerned About Rise of Demagoguery; Yi Gang: China Wants to Help Poorer Regions. Vice Presidential Debate Just Hours Away; IMF: Weak Growth Fuels Anti-Trade Populism; U. Markets Close Down; British Pound Falls to 31-Year Low Against Dollar; Concerns About Impact of Brexit on U. K.; IG Nobel Prizes Awarded for Imaginative Achievements • Violent Protests Rock Charlotte After Police Shooting; U. Hots Summit On Migration; "State-Sponsored" Cyber Breach at Yahoo; Trumps Tax Plan Comes at Trillion Dollar Cost; Hardline Hungary Migrant Plan Sparks Criticism; Chan Zuckerberg Pledge $3 Billion to Fight Disease; EU Won't Rule Out More Tax Bills; Japan's Opposition Selects First Female Leader.

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Aired 4-5p ET • Desperate Search for Survivors of Mexico Quake; Tracking Maria's Path of Destruction; IMF Can Help Quickly with Natural Disasters; Iran's President Says U. Risks Destroying Its Own Credibility; Airbnb Responds to Natural Disasters. Travel Ban Takes Effect Tonight; Ex-Apple Engineers on How the i Phone was Born; • Ransomware Attack Hits Global Companies; Investors Face Dilemma as Venezuela Crisis Deepens; GM CEO: Investing in Diversity and Tech Innovation; Federal Reserve Releases Stress Test Results. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Losing Streak Extends Over Trump Fears; Trump Son-In-Law Tasked with White House Overhaul; Giant gold coin stolen from Berlin museum; Delta needles United over; leggings; U. K Parliament Pauses For Minute's Silence; Obamacare Repeal Vote Postponed; Israel Arrests Test Suspect in Bomb Threat Cases; Kremlin Critic Killed Outside Hotel In Ukraine • Electronics Banned from Mideast Flights to U.

Aired 4-5p ET • Mexico Hit By 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake; Trump Brings "America First" to the U. Accountable; South Africa Corruption Scandal Widens; Ryanair Apologizes for Flight Cancelations; EU Looks to Crack Down on Extremist Content Online; Steaming Services Rule Supreme at the Emmys. Aired 4-5p ET • Juncker Urges Europe to Be Bold; Foreign Aid Arrives in Caribbean; Equifax Shares Sink as CEO Apologizes; Los Angeles and Paris Secure Olympic Bids; Easy Jet Unveils New Long-Haul Route Plan. Mulls Tough New Sanctions for North Korea; Turkey's President Slams Merkel Over EU Comments; Top Executive Defend U. "Dreamers"; La Liga Boss Calls for Action Over Manchester City Sponsors. Military Deploys Thousands of Troops to Texas; White House: Disaster Relief Won't Be Tied to Debt Ceiling; Remembering "The People's Princess". Aired 4-5p ET • Sharp Losses for Stocks Amid Volatile Trading; Lawmakers Appalled by Trump's Twitter Outburst; Major Murdoch Takeover Delayed in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Cyberattack Targets Global Corporate Giants; EU Hits Google with Record Fine; Facebook Reaches 2 Billion Users; Italian Finance Minister Says Banks Will Avoid Crisis; Arconic Shares Fall as London High-Rise Tests Continue. Aired 4-5p ET • Manchester Terror Probe Spreads to Libya; Police Make Sixth Arrest in Terror Investigation; UK Criticizes U. for Leaks on Manchester Attack; Manchester United Win Europa League on Emotional Night; Police: This is a Network That We Are Investigating; • Ford Replaces Its CEO; Trump Optimistic on Middle East Peace; The Church of England's Investment Outpace Wall Street Rivals; Saudi Arabia Optimistic After Trump Visit; Zuckerberg Plays Down Talk of Running for Office. Senators Call for More Venezuela Sanctions; Facebook Releases Q1 Earnings; Australian PM In Route to Meet Trump; You Tube CEO Says Silicon Valley Needs More Women. S.; FBI Confirms Probe into Trump-Russia Ties; Live; Arianna Huffington on Uber's Future; Debate Night in France Ahead of Crucial Elections; WTTC Chief: Trump Travel Ban is "Misguided". Markets Close at Record Highs; Fed Vice Chair: Fed Must Stay Independent; Trump to Detail Policy Priorities; Trump Sparks Conflict of Interest Concerns; 7.3 Hits Northeastern Japan; Trump Vows $1 Trillion for Infrastructure; Tsunami Warning in Japan after Strong Quake; Trump Taking More Conciliatory Approach; France Powers Ahead with Solar Roads; Fantastic Haul for "Fantastic Beasts".

Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Flirt With 22,000 In Record Breaking Session; Ousted Scaramucci Faces Big Tax Bill; Apple To Release Q3 Earnings This Hour; Dow Hits Record High, Flirts With 22,000; U. Dollar Tumbles After Initial Trump Bump; Scaramucci Says He'll pay Taxes On Sale Of Company; U. Levies Sanctions Against Venezuela President; Maduro: Not Intimidated By "Emperor" Trump; Reports: Two Venezuelan Opposition Leaders Seized; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Campaign in Crisis as New Accusers Surface; Fed Reserve Chair Hails "High Pressure" Economy; Fed Hold Back on Rate Decision; Wells Fargo Posts Profit Drop; Bank Earnings Beat Expectations; Twitter Stock Tanks as Salesforce Backs Out; EU President: Hard Brexit or No Brexit; Only 5 Percent of S&P 500 CEOs are Women; Krawcheck: Trump's Comments About Women are Disturbing; EU President: No Brexit Cake; David Miliband: Brexit Will Be Severe; Feds Believe Russia Behind Leaked Emails; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Paul Ryan Says He Won't Defend Donald Trump; Buffett Hits Back at Trump Over Taxes; Lagarde: Respect Women and One Another; Lagarde: Everything is Better with Growth; Dow Rises as Investors Digest Bitter U. Debate; Samsung Stops Producing "Exploding" Phones; Hungarian Newspaper Abruptly Closes; Contact Theorists Awarded Nobel Economics Prize; Tecate "Beer Wall" Ad Combats Debate Rhetoric. Clinton's Missing Emails • Train Crash in New Jersey Kills at Least 1, Injures 112; Lawmakers Grill Wells Fargo CEO; Commerzbank to Cut 7,300 Jobs; OPEC Secretary General Speaks to CNNMoney; NTSB Investigating New Jersey Train Crash; Wang Jianlin: Huge Property Bubble in China; Volkswagen Unveils New Electric Car • OPEC Agrees to Oil Output Cut; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Family Releases Cell Phone Video of Charlotte Shooting; Charlotte Mayor: We're Open for Business; U. Working Class Whites Dissatisfied with the Economy; Twitter Spikes on Takeover Rumors; Yahoo Data Breach Puts Verizon Deal in Spotlight; Marriott Completes Merger with Starwood; U. Crackdown on Mail Fraudsters; MG to Halt Manufacturing in U.

Aired 4-5p ET • Christine Lagarde: "We're All in This Together; Schauble "Concerned" at Rise of Populism; Carney: We Should Celebrate Globalization; U. East Coast Braces for Hurricane Matthew; Economic Leader Call for Inclusive Globalization; Yi Gang: We Need Inclusive Growth; Deutsche Bank Announces 1,000 more Layoffs; Twitter Plunges as Bid Rumors Falter; Brazil's Finance Minister Says Recession to End Early Next Year; Kim Yong Kim: We Want Private Money to Invest; Israel Holds Interest Rate at Record Low; Israel Economy growing Faster Than Expected; Schauble: Concerned About Rise of Demagoguery; Yi Gang: China Wants to Help Poorer Regions. Vice Presidential Debate Just Hours Away; IMF: Weak Growth Fuels Anti-Trade Populism; U. Markets Close Down; British Pound Falls to 31-Year Low Against Dollar; Concerns About Impact of Brexit on U. K.; IG Nobel Prizes Awarded for Imaginative Achievements • Violent Protests Rock Charlotte After Police Shooting; U. Hots Summit On Migration; "State-Sponsored" Cyber Breach at Yahoo; Trumps Tax Plan Comes at Trillion Dollar Cost; Hardline Hungary Migrant Plan Sparks Criticism; Chan Zuckerberg Pledge $3 Billion to Fight Disease; EU Won't Rule Out More Tax Bills; Japan's Opposition Selects First Female Leader.

Markets; South Africa Ruling Party Picks New Leader; Atlanta Airport Back Online After Power Failure; New "Star Wars" Film has Second-Best Opening Ever. Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's Capita; Poundland Owner Hit by Accounting Scandal; Google Removes You Tube from Amazon Devices; Wildfires Rage near Los Angeles; Ford Predicts the Future to Set Business Strategy.

Aired 4-5p ET • Theresa May Speaking at Lord Mayor's Banquet; GE Shares Plunge on Stock Dividend Cut; U. Businesses "Extremely Concerned" Over Brexit Talks; Amazon Announces "Lord of the Rings: TV Series; Italy Fail to Qualify for 2018 World Cup; India's Tourist Industry on the Rise.

Aired 4-5p ET • Amazon Pulled Into Weinstein Scandal; Dijsselbloem Stepping Down As Eurogroup President; EU Says Brexit Talks With UK Are In Deadlock; Loud Criticism As Trump Decertifies Iran Deal; Zuma Faces Corruption Charges; Pokemon Used In Russia's Election Meddling. Job Losses; Catalan Banking Giant Move Headquarters; Politicians Drop Weinstein Donations Amid Scandal; Russian Trolls Stoke Tensions in Texas; New Film Uncovers Scale of Human Trafficking.

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Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Flirt With 22,000 In Record Breaking Session; Ousted Scaramucci Faces Big Tax Bill; Apple To Release Q3 Earnings This Hour; Dow Hits Record High, Flirts With 22,000; U. Dollar Tumbles After Initial Trump Bump; Scaramucci Says He'll pay Taxes On Sale Of Company; U. Levies Sanctions Against Venezuela President; Maduro: Not Intimidated By "Emperor" Trump; Reports: Two Venezuelan Opposition Leaders Seized; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Campaign in Crisis as New Accusers Surface; Fed Reserve Chair Hails "High Pressure" Economy; Fed Hold Back on Rate Decision; Wells Fargo Posts Profit Drop; Bank Earnings Beat Expectations; Twitter Stock Tanks as Salesforce Backs Out; EU President: Hard Brexit or No Brexit; Only 5 Percent of S&P 500 CEOs are Women; Krawcheck: Trump's Comments About Women are Disturbing; EU President: No Brexit Cake; David Miliband: Brexit Will Be Severe; Feds Believe Russia Behind Leaked Emails; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Paul Ryan Says He Won't Defend Donald Trump; Buffett Hits Back at Trump Over Taxes; Lagarde: Respect Women and One Another; Lagarde: Everything is Better with Growth; Dow Rises as Investors Digest Bitter U. Debate; Samsung Stops Producing "Exploding" Phones; Hungarian Newspaper Abruptly Closes; Contact Theorists Awarded Nobel Economics Prize; Tecate "Beer Wall" Ad Combats Debate Rhetoric. Clinton's Missing Emails • Train Crash in New Jersey Kills at Least 1, Injures 112; Lawmakers Grill Wells Fargo CEO; Commerzbank to Cut 7,300 Jobs; OPEC Secretary General Speaks to CNNMoney; NTSB Investigating New Jersey Train Crash; Wang Jianlin: Huge Property Bubble in China; Volkswagen Unveils New Electric Car • OPEC Agrees to Oil Output Cut; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Family Releases Cell Phone Video of Charlotte Shooting; Charlotte Mayor: We're Open for Business; U. Working Class Whites Dissatisfied with the Economy; Twitter Spikes on Takeover Rumors; Yahoo Data Breach Puts Verizon Deal in Spotlight; Marriott Completes Merger with Starwood; U. Crackdown on Mail Fraudsters; MG to Halt Manufacturing in U.

Aired 4-5p ET • Christine Lagarde: "We're All in This Together; Schauble "Concerned" at Rise of Populism; Carney: We Should Celebrate Globalization; U. East Coast Braces for Hurricane Matthew; Economic Leader Call for Inclusive Globalization; Yi Gang: We Need Inclusive Growth; Deutsche Bank Announces 1,000 more Layoffs; Twitter Plunges as Bid Rumors Falter; Brazil's Finance Minister Says Recession to End Early Next Year; Kim Yong Kim: We Want Private Money to Invest; Israel Holds Interest Rate at Record Low; Israel Economy growing Faster Than Expected; Schauble: Concerned About Rise of Demagoguery; Yi Gang: China Wants to Help Poorer Regions. Vice Presidential Debate Just Hours Away; IMF: Weak Growth Fuels Anti-Trade Populism; U. Markets Close Down; British Pound Falls to 31-Year Low Against Dollar; Concerns About Impact of Brexit on U. K.; IG Nobel Prizes Awarded for Imaginative Achievements • Violent Protests Rock Charlotte After Police Shooting; U. Hots Summit On Migration; "State-Sponsored" Cyber Breach at Yahoo; Trumps Tax Plan Comes at Trillion Dollar Cost; Hardline Hungary Migrant Plan Sparks Criticism; Chan Zuckerberg Pledge Billion to Fight Disease; EU Won't Rule Out More Tax Bills; Japan's Opposition Selects First Female Leader.

Markets; South Africa Ruling Party Picks New Leader; Atlanta Airport Back Online After Power Failure; New "Star Wars" Film has Second-Best Opening Ever. Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's Capita; Poundland Owner Hit by Accounting Scandal; Google Removes You Tube from Amazon Devices; Wildfires Rage near Los Angeles; Ford Predicts the Future to Set Business Strategy.

Aired 4-5p ET • Theresa May Speaking at Lord Mayor's Banquet; GE Shares Plunge on Stock Dividend Cut; U. Businesses "Extremely Concerned" Over Brexit Talks; Amazon Announces "Lord of the Rings: TV Series; Italy Fail to Qualify for 2018 World Cup; India's Tourist Industry on the Rise.

Aired 4-5p ET • Amazon Pulled Into Weinstein Scandal; Dijsselbloem Stepping Down As Eurogroup President; EU Says Brexit Talks With UK Are In Deadlock; Loud Criticism As Trump Decertifies Iran Deal; Zuma Faces Corruption Charges; Pokemon Used In Russia's Election Meddling. Job Losses; Catalan Banking Giant Move Headquarters; Politicians Drop Weinstein Donations Amid Scandal; Russian Trolls Stoke Tensions in Texas; New Film Uncovers Scale of Human Trafficking.

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Aired 4-5p ET • Puerto Rico "Obliterated" by Hurricane; Trump Signs New Sanctions Against Pyongyang; Europol Warns of Growing Cyber-Threats; Lagarde Says Economic Benefits Not Being Shared Equally; Nikki Haley Speaks After Trump Agrees to New North Korean Sanctions. Govt Says Will Be Consequences for British Companies; EU Parliament President Says Can Have Win-Win Deal with Britain • Trump Signs Order Dismantling Obama Climate Action; U. Prepares to Trigger Brexit Process; Samsung to Release New Smartphone Wednesday; IATA: In-Flight Electronics Ban "Not Acceptable" Solution; Fillon's Wife Under Formal Investigation. Warms of Travel Restrictions • Police Name London Attacker as Khalid Masood; Police Believe London Attacker Acted Alone; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Chinese Stocks Suffer Steep Drop; High Hopes for Zimbabwe's New Leader; No Dialogue between GCC Countries on Oil Policy; Dollar Falls on Weak Inflation Fears; Search for Argentine Navy Sub in Critical Phase; Schulz Asked to Reconsider Alliance with Merkel; Aired 4-5p ET • Euphoria In Zimbabwe After Mugabe Resigns; U. Markets Close At Record Highs; Meg Whitman To Step Down As Hewlett Packard CEO; DOJ: AT&T- Time Warner Deal Would Harm Competition; Trump: AT&T-Time Warner Deal, "Not Good For The Country". Over Jerusalem Vote; Ryanair on Eve of First Ever Pilot Strike; Las Vegas Prepares for Lady Gaga Residency; Bitcoin Mania Entices Penny Stocks to pivot. Aired 4-5p ET • Increasing Number of Terrorist Attack in Egypt; European Project Under Immense Pressure; Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Sworn in As Zimbabwe's Third President; Black Friday Shopping; Paris Protests Slave Auctions in Libya.Aired 4-5p ET • Jacob Zuma Survives No-Confidence Vote; "Huge" Turnout in Kenyan Presidential Election; Alt-Right Activists Call for Google Boycott; Trump Warns North Korea of "Fire and Fury"; Anti-Tourist Protest Boil Over in Barcelona. Aired 4-5p ET • Stock Markets Swing After Trump Jr. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Closing at 12th Straight Record High; Trump Calls for Rise in Military Spending; Major Market Merger Close to Collapse; PWC Apologizes for Oscars Confusion; PSA-Opel deal puts UK Auto Workers Jobs at Risk; Nokia Revives Iconic 3310 Phone. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Rides Winning Streak to Fresh New Record; Top Marine Le Pen Aide Placed Under Investigation; Tillerson to Talk Immigration with Mexican President; Tesla's Valuation Closing in on Ford's; South Africa Unveils New Budget; Airbus CEO Says EU Spends Too Little on Defense. Places New Sanctions on Iran; Maltese PM Says Time for EU to Lead; U. Economy Creates 227,000 Jobs in January; Romanian Graft Law Faces Legal Challenge • Trump Calls for Swift Action on NAFTA; Trump has Heated Call with Australian Prime Minister; U. Treasury Loosens Some Russia Sanctions; Trump Moves to Reshape U. Alliances; Microsoft Asks for Travel Ban Exceptions; Carney Admits Mistakes on Bank of England Forecasts; Trump Meets Harley Davidson CEO; Trump: Don't Worry About "Tough" Diplomacy; Snapchat Parent Company Files for IPO; • Rex Tillerson Confirmed as U. Sec'y of State; Trump to Republicans Invoke Nuclear Option for Gorsuch; Trump Nominates Gorsuch for Supreme Court; India Tech Stocks Slide on U. Travel Ban; White House Puts Iran "On Notice"; EU Inks Deal to End Roaming Charges; Etihad CEO Has No Issues with Open Skies Treaty. Aired 4-5p ET • British Prime Minister Lays Out hard Brexit Plans; Chinese President Makes Globalist Rallying Cry; Matt Damon Acts to End Water Crisis; Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning's Sentence; Russian Sovereign Wealth Fund Talks Trump; Underwater Search for Missing MH370 Suspended; • Trump Warns German Companies on Trade; WEF Founder Defends Davos Delegates; Oxfam: Inequality Gap Growing Wider; Leaders in Davos Weigh-In on Where They See Uncertainty; KPMG Tracks Top Trends at Davos; • Congress Brings Obamacare Repeal Process; J. Aired 4-5p ET • Obama, Pence Dig in for Healthcare Fight; U. S./Russian Relations Hinge on Trump; New York's Iconic Carnegie Deli Closes; Top Ten Business Stories of 2016; Africa's Energy Surge. S.; Green Party Candidate Presses for Recount; Chinese Travel Company Buys Skyscanner; India Twenty under Forty; Holiday Shopping Gets Political • Dow Closes at New Record; Gray out of Running for Treasury Secretary; Russia Says Relations with U. S.; NY Governor Signs Controversial Airbnb Bill; Luxembourg Wants to be "Bridge to EU" for U. Banks; Third Wave of Cyberattack Linked to Outage; Trump and Clinton Spar at Charity Dinner.

Aired 4-5p ET • Google Responds to Diversity Debate Fallout; South African President Faces Secret Confidence Vote; Dow Hits Record on Day 200 of Trump Administration; Kenya Prepares for Presidential Election; Marriot Unveils Alibaba Tie-Up; • Martin Shkreli Convicted of Securities Fraud; Trump Hails Strong U. Jobs Report; Flyers Furious with EU Airport Delays; Dubai's Torch Tower Suffer Second Fire in Two Years; Neymar: I'm Not Motivate by Money. Growth Rebounds in Second Quarter; Pakistan Prime Minister Forced Out Thanks to Panama Papers; IAG CEO Remains Calm Over Brexit; Trump Tweet He's Named General Kelly as New Chief of Staff. E-mails; Olympic Hopefuls Each Set to Win Games; Snap Shares Tumble below IPO Price; Amazon: Prime Day Sales "At Record Levels"; Russia, OPEC Try to Limit Global Oil Glut. Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Rallies to Fresh Record High; Trump: "No Such Thing as Global Currency"; White House Bars CNN From Briefing; IAG CEO: Good Results in Tough Climate; New York Times Plans Campaign to Defend Reputation; "Hamilton" Star Lin-Manuel Miranda on the Creative Process; • Dow Hits 10th Straight Record High; Trump Host Executives at White House; Tillerson: U. and Mexico May Have Differences; Apple Defends LGBT Rights in Bathroom Debate; Bannon: TPP Withdrawal a Pivotal Moment in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Survey: Bosses More Confident Under Trump; Uber Hires Holder for Sexism Investigation; Verizon Cuts Yahoo Price by 0 Million; Facebook Messenger Gets International Money Transfers; Natalie Portman on Her Work- Life Balance. Defense Sec'y Is "Firmly" Behind Japan; Trump Approval Rating Historically Low. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump and Clinton Enter Final Campaign Stretch; Trump Won't Commit to Honoring Election Results; Trump: I'll Accept Election Results "If I Win"; Theresa May Briefs EU Leaders on Brexit Plans; British Lawmakers Vote to Strip Retailer's Knighthood; Trump: Alan Sugar is a "Small Timer"; Sugar: Trump "Greatest PR Stunt" in U. History; Philippine President Announces "Split" with U. Aired 4-5p • Clinton, Trump Prepare for Final Debate in Las Vegas; Clinton Invites Cuban, Trump Picks Malik Obama; Nigel Farage: Trump Needs "Knockout Blow"; Ivanka Trump on Father's Lewd Comments; Bank Earnings Help Dow Reach Second Day of Gains; Latest Polls Show Clinton's Lead Extending; Wynn: Candidates Must Address Spending.

N.; Equifax Hack Timeline Gets More Complex; Hurricane Maria Strikes Caribbean Island of Guadeloupe; KPMG Apologizes for South Africa Scandal. Aired 4-5p ET • British Prime Minister Raises Terror Threat Level to Critical; Mc Master: Trump Has Military Options for North Korea; Desperate Pleas for Help Across the Caribbean; Facebook Disables Feature Allowing Ads Aimed at Anti-Semites; • Top Senator Compares Equifax to Enron; U. Foreign Minister Makes Irma Pledge; South African Protesters Help Bring Down Bell Pottinger; U. Told to Look to Norway's Example After Brexit; Honeymoon Hoopla for U. Aired 4-5p ET • Caribbean Islands Reeling After Irma; Apple Shows Off New i Phone X; Clashes in Paris Over Macron Reforms; Trump Not Sure if North Korean Sanctions "Has Any Impact"; BMW Rolls Out New Electric Car. Aired 4-5p ET • Immigrants in Houston Face Double Threat; Kenyan Supreme Court Orders New Presidential Election; NAFTA Negotiations Resume After Trumps Threat; Harvey Exposes Failing Infrastructure; Companies Find Creative Ways to Help Harvey Victims. Aired 4-5p ET • Hurricane Harvey Poised to Hammer Coast of Texas; Key Central Bankers Speak at Jackson Hole Meeting; Mc Gregor and Mayweather Weigh-In Soon; Samsung Chief Gets Five Years for Bribery; Ontario Premier on NAFTA, There Will Be Drama; Future of Fed Chair Janet Yellen Under Scrutiny. Sanctions Russian, Chinese Groups; Some Remains Of 10 Missing sailors Found; Dow Posts Strongest Rally In week; Wife Of U. Treasury Secretary Caught In Instagram; Hacked Robot Turned Into Stabbing Machine; Two Barcelona Terror Suspects Charged. Bashes South Korea, Asks for Help on China; Central Banks to Play Key Role in Coming Half; Cyberattack Disruption Continues for Maersk; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Supreme Court Allows Part of Travel Ban to Go Ahead; Prime Minister Modi of India Goes to Washington; Italian Bank Rescue Sparks Criticism; Takata File for Bankruptcy After Airbag Recall Scandal; CBO Reveals Cost of Senate Republicans' New Health Care Plan. Party Leaders Clash Over Brexit Negotiations; Welsh Rust Belt Workers Wait for Elections Results; White House Responds to New Russia Reporting; Russian Firms Look to Stamp Out Cybercrime. Immigration Policy Must Appreciate Diversity; Zuckerberg and Clinton Lay Out Political Visions to U. Aired 4-5p ET • Officials: Israeli Intel Given to Russia By Trump; U. Ponders Next Move for Laptop Airline Threat; Ford to Cut 10 Percent of Global Staff; Hackers Hold Disney Blockbuster Hostage; Russia: Intel Story is "Nonsense". House Passes Bill to Replace Obamacare; Trump: I'm so Confident Health Care Bill Passes Senate; Former U. President Obama Backs Macron; Victorious Trump Heading to New York City; Prince Philip to Step Away from Public Life. Aired 4-5p ET • Alitalia Enters Administration; Trump: U. Government Needs a "Shutdown"; Apple Earnings Beat Expectations, 6 Billion Cash; India's Infosys to Hire 10,000 U. Tech Workers; General Motors Ceases Operations in Venezuela; South Africa Looks to Cloud to Fix Health Care. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump: "I Have Responsibility" to Tackle Syria; EU Parliament Backs "Red Lines" for Brexit; Fed Looks to Trim .5 Trillion Balance Sheet; Pepsi Ad Featuring Street Protest Draws Outrage. Aired 5-6p ET • Trump Deepens Wiretap Controversy; Trump Hosts Merkel at White House; Rex Tillerson Warns North Korea; George Osborne, Former Finance Minister, U. Government Set to Miss Deficit Target; Trump Transition Made for TV; Trump Hints at Cabinet Picks; Gulf Executives Welcome Trump Developments; "The Grand Tour" a Hit for Amazon. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Makes Controversial Cabinet Picks; Trump Claims Credit for Ford Job Shift; Amazon Ad Tackles Religious Rhetoric; Obama Urges Cooperation with Trump; Obama Heads to Peru for APEC Summit; Chia to Champion New Trade Deal; Million Settlement Reached Over Trump University • Shinzo Abe Heads for Trump Tower; Yellen Vows to Serve Full Term; Mexico Launches Trump Contingency Plan; Trump Meets with Cabinet Contenders; Mitt Romney May Join Trumps Cabinet; Trump Supporters Threaten Pepsi Boycott; Claims of Conflict of Interest Surround Trump.