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 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 Bitcoin Recovers Slightly after Plunge; Crisis in Catalonia; U. Adopts Tough New Sanctions on North Korea; Trump Signs Tax Bill; Spielberg's New Movie, "The Post"; Markets Feel the Trump Bump; Tech Companies' Valuations Reflect Real Sales; Social Media Used for Russian Meddling; Debut of the QUEST EXPRESS; The First Lady of Wall Street. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Fires Warning to World Over Trade; Zimbabwe Waits for Sign of President Mugabe; Airbus Shares Take Off After Monster Deal; Total CEO is Unfazed by Saudi Anti-Corruption Sweep; Lawmakers Share Graphic Stories of Sexual Harassment. Stocks Smash Records in 2017; Bitcoin Goes Mainstream; Entrepreneur Spurs Cyber Revolution in Nigeria; Key Issues Unresolved as Brexit Looms; Holiday Music Turns Shoppers Sour; "The Grand Tour"; Interview with Satya Nadella; Smart Clothing Promises to Ruin Paparazzi Photos; World's Longest Flight. Aired 4-5p ET Mugabe Faces Military Ultimatum; 21st Century Fox Shares Rally as Bidders Circle; Saudi Tourism Boss Plans Travel Overhaul; Libya Launches a Slavery Investigation; Movie Companies Hope to Overcome Saudi Cinema Ban.Aired 4-5p ET Transcripts Reveal Trumps Heated Phone Calls; Trump Administration Backs Points-Based Immigration; Bank of England Cuts Forecasts, Pound Falls; Barcelona: 3 Million for Neymar; Softbank Invest 0 Million in Kabbage. Aired 4-5p ET Dow Clings to Record as Tech Stocks Slide; Air France-KLM Agrees New Alliances; Bill Browder: Putin Doesn't Want the Magnitsky Act to Exist; Rolls Royce Unveils New Phantom; New York Stock Exchange Courts New IPOs; Boeing Boosts Dow as Markets Set Records; Facebook Releases Q2 Earnings; Tech Bosses Speak Out on Transgender Ban; Aston Martin CEO on U. Plans to Send Combustion Engines to the Scrapheap; General Strike Grips Venezuela; ; German Car Giants Pressured Over Cartel Claims; IMF Cuts Forecast for U. Aired 4-5p ET Protests Rock Hamburg as G20 Leaders Meet; G20: Protests Outside, Policy Clashes Inside; Trump, Putin Meet for First Time; US Economy Adds 222,000 Jobs in June; Fears Grow of US-EU Trade Spat; CNN Inside Raqqa as US-Backed Forces Take on ISIS; US Brexit Secretary Meets Business Leaders; Tesla to Build World's Largest Battery in Australia; India 20 Under 40. Aired 4-5p ET Kraft Heinz Eyes Fresh New Takeover Targets; Eurogroup Pushes to Avert Grexit; Trump Names New National Security Adviser; UK Parliament Debates Brexit Bill, Trump Visit; CPAC Drops Milo Yiannopoulos After Controversial Videos; Uber Former Employee Claims She Was a Victim of Repeated Sexual Harassment; Deadline for Travel Ban Legal Battle; Fillon Apologizes After Corruption Claims; Can White House Quell the Infighting; New Zealand Plans Post-TPP Trading Future; Super Bowl Ads Break New Ground During Historic Patriots Victory; Alan Greenspan on the American Dream. Aired 4-5p ET Obama Tells Trump "Stop Whining"; State Department, FBI Deny "Quid Pro Quo" Over Clinton Email; Obama: Trump's Claims of Rigged Election "Unprecedented"; Corporate earnings Help Rush U. Stocks Higher; Yahoo Beats Wall Street Earnings Estimates Since Revealing Breach. Lays Out Post-Brexit Plan; Did Trump Avoid Paying Taxes for 18 Years; Facebook Launches Messenger Lite; New York Attorney General Orders Trump Foundation to Cease Fundraising; Kim Kardashian West Robbed at Gunpoint; China Cracks Down on TV Content. Congress Overturns Obama Veto of 9/11 Bill; Wells Fargo Ending Controversial Sales Goals; Wells Fargo CEO Forfeits Million, Keeps Job; The Life and Legacy of Shimon Peres.Aired 4-5p ET Trump Backs Plan to Curb Legal Immigration; German Car Bosses Discuss Diesel Emissions; Instagram Founder on Snapchat Battle; Dow Breaks 22,000 for the First Time; Barcelona Confirms Neymar Wants to Leave. Aired 4-5p ET North Korea Fires Missile Towards Japan; Russia Retaliates Against U. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Begins Cutting Financial Regulation; Japan Is Preparing U. Aired 4-5p ET "Heavy Losses" for ISIS in Mosul Battle; CNN Reporter Caught in Crossfire in Mosul; New Polls Give Election Edge to Clinton; E*Trade Survey: Clinton Better for Stocks, Mosul Key to ISIS Money Machine; Economy; Netflix Subscriber Growth Beats Expectations in Q3; Bon Jovi: American Workers Struggling with Inequality. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Denies Accusations of Unwanted Advances; Michelle Obama Slams Donald Trump; Trump Campaign Pulls Resources from Key State; Trump Threatens to Sue the "New York Times"; Thailand Begins Year of Morning for King; Thailand Prime Minister Urges Calm After King's Death; U. Stocks Finish Slightly Lower, Off Session Lows; Pound Plunge Sparks Tesco-Unilever Row; Wells Fargo CEO Retires After Scandal; Congressman Meeks Goes After Stumpf on Capitol Hill; Clinton and Trump Battle for Florida Voters; Bob Dylan Wins 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature. Aired 4-5p ET Deutsche Bank Rallies Over Fine Relief Hopes; Former Wells Fargo Employee Fights Back Against Bank; Brexit Vote: 99 Days Later; Martin: Democracy Creates Economic Success; London's Restaurant Scene Booming Post- Brexit; Aston Martin CEO Predicted Instability Post-Brexit; Does Trump Pay Any Income Tax? Aired 4-5p ET Clinton, Trump Face Off on Economy and Trade; Trump: China Using America as a Piggy Bank; World's Oil Producers Meet in Algeria; Debate Breaks Record as Most-Watched in U. History; England's Football Manager Steps Down Over Undercover Sting.
Aired 4-5p ET Selling Intensifies Amid North Korea Concern; Trump: Maybe My "Fury" Threat Wasn't Tough Enough; Snap Shares Plunge on Earnings Report; Uber's Exodus Grows; Department Stores on Struggle Street;. Get Started on Trade Talks; Ryanair Sends Brexit Warning, Shares Fall; Microsoft Looks to Wash Away Paint; U. and EU Clash After Brexit Talks; Giant "Dark Web" Market Busted; O. Simpson Granted Parole; Arora Group Founder has Plan to Expand Heathrow Airport; Elon Must hits at New York/Washington Hyperloop; White House Targets China Trade, NAFTA; Trump, Putin Held Second, Undisclosed G20 Meeting; Report: Major Cyber Attack Could Cost $53 Billion; U. Gender Pay Gap Under Scrutiny; Mexico Tightens Security for U. Flights; Arab States Ease Demands to End Qatar Crisis; Blue Apron Falls on Fears of Amazon Rivalry; U. Brexit Talks with EU Restart; Chines Economy Beats Expectations in Q2; Report UAE Hacked Qatar to Justify Isolation; Netflix Earnings Beat Expectations, Stock Jumps; "The Emoji Movie" Opens July 28; Sexual Harassment in Silicon Valley; Trump Tower Meeting: More People in the Room; Jamie Dimon "Embarrassed" by Washington Gridlock; U. Acknowledges it Must Pay EU Bill; Official: Venezuela Bribery Investigation Halted; Formula E Hits the Streets of New York. Aired 4-5p ET Top CEOs Slam on Trump Climate Deal; Tom Steyer Says Trump Acted Against Interests of Business; U. Unemployment Rate Drops To 16 Year Low; Bloomberg Says Better Environment Is Better for Business. Aired 5-6p ET Study Reveals Cost of Obamacare Replacement; Dutch Prime Minister Warns of Europe "Domino Effect"; Scottish First Minister Calls for Independence Vote; Wall Street Warrior, Preet Bharara Fired by Trump; Israeli PM Hails $15 B Mobileye Takeover; Turkey Suspends Diplomacy with Netherlands; Merkel-Trump Meet Delayed Due to Storm White House Celebrates Jobs Report; Trump Now Believes Job Data Is Real This Time; Trump Wants to Create 25 Million Jobs In 10 Years; Court Ousts South Korean President; Wilbur Ross Has Onstage Disagreement with Mexican Counterpart; French Voters Explain Le Pen's Rise. Diplomats May Oppose Trump Order; Trump Defends Travel Ban. Government to Build Border Wall; Dow Closes Above 20,000 for the First Time; The Road to Dow 20,000; Interview with Christopher Hill; Trump Repeats Voter Fraud Claim; Actress Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80; Dow Closes Above 20,000 For First Time; British PM Prepares for Trump Meeting. Economy; Trump Promises Russian Hacking Report in 90 Days; Renault Faces French Probe over Diesel Emissions; U. Military Transfer Cyber Warfare; Nintendo Reveals New Game Counsel and Stocks Drop; U. Officials to Visit New Zealand for Trade Talks Biden Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom; FBI, Justice Dept. S.; Japanese CEO Resigns After Employee Suicide; Hollywood Pays Tribute to Debbie Reynolds. Aired 4-p ET Berlin Terror Suspect Shot Dead in Milan; U. Demands End to Israeli Settlements; Trump Releases Letter Putin Sent Him; Israel Lobbies Trump on U. Aired 4-5p ET Brazilian Victims of Plane Crash Head Home; U. Employment Hits Nine-Year Low; Referendum Campaign Wraps Up in Italy; Bank of Mexico Boss Explains Decision to Leave; Deputy U. Labor Secretary Discusses Trump Deal with Carrier; Study Suggests Link Between Golf and CEO Performance Hollande Will Not Seek Re-Election; Trump Celebrates Factory Jobs Deal; Howard Schultz Hands Over Starbucks CEO Role; Trump Picks General Mattis for Defense Secretary; Mexico's Central Bank Chief to Leave. Aired 4-5p ET Black Boxes Found in Columbia Plane Crash; Trump Names Two Top Cabinet Posts; New York Retailers Feel Trump Impact; Protest Against Britain's New Notes; Patagonia to Give Away Black Friday Proceeds Officials to Give Update on Ohio Attack; Trump Warning Over Cuba Deal; Francois Fillon Wins France's Conservative Primary; Hospital Robots Help with Healing; Delta Bans Unruly Passenger After Viral Video. French Republicans Pick Their Nominee; Lufthansa Pilots' Strike Grounds Flights; Wisconsin Has Recount Request; Iceland versus Iceland. Russia's economy minister meantime, has been fired after he was charged with bribery. Aired 9-10a ET Donald Trump Makes The Market Great, The Dow At An All-Time Record; Obama Welcomes Trump to White House; IAG's Willie Walsh Tells President Trump Will Be Good For International Transatlantic Travel. S.; Russia Cooks up Trump Tribute at a Fast Food Restaurant; Game 7 of World Series Tonight Trump Gains on Clinton in New Polls; Clinton Leads CNN Electoral College Projection; Top economists Slam Trump in Open Letter; Britain Bolsters Cyber-Defenses; U. Aired 4-5p ET Two Earthquakes Strike Central Italy; Bloomberg Florida Poll: Trump Leads Clinton by 2 Points; 5.1 and 6.1 Earthquakes Strike Central Italy; Trump Cuts Ribbon at hotel in Washington; Presidential Campaign Impacting Trump's Brand; Branson: Trump is Very Unpredictable; Branson: Trump Talked About Destroying Five Individuals; Florida Result Could Hinge on Seniors; Two Weeks to Election, Candidates Fight for Florida; Down Four Points, Trump Predicts "Big" Florida Win; Clinton Has Advantage in Florida Early Voting; Mixed Opinions on Decision to Expand Heathrow; Florida Farmers Prepare for Tough Winter, Tougher Election; Apple's Annual Sales Fall for First Time Since 2001; Florida Struggle with Orange Harvest Crisis; Race for the (Miniature) White House; New CNN/ORC Poll: Clinton Leads Trump by 5 Points; Millennials in Florida Weigh in On Elections; Early Voting Begins in Florida; Media Mega Merger: AT&T to Take Over Time Warner; Trump, Clinton, Sanders Question Time Warner Deal; T-Mobil Cep: Deal Shows AT&T is Bleeding; AT&T-Time Warner Deal to Face Regulatory Right; Malware Targets Internet-Connected Devices; Young Floridians Make Their Voices Heard.