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Aired 4- 5p ET • Facebook and Uber Face Regulator's' Wrath; British Prime Minister Wants Brexit Transition Period; New U. Travel Restrictions Imminent; Nigeria Emerges from Its Worst Recession in Years.

Aired 4-5p ET • New Poll Says Voters Dubious of Trump; British Prime Minister Loses Second Cabinet Minister; Celebrating One Year of "The Trump Trade"; Uber Teams Up with NASA on New Project; Turkey is Ready to Build More International Alliances. Defense Secretary Quits After Scandal; Trump Vows to Scrap Green Card Lottery; Facebook Faces the Music on Capitol Hill; Donald Trump Poised to Make Fed Pick; Resistance as Silicon Valley Stamps Out Trolls.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, $256 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 $4.5 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; $25 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.Aired 4-5p ET • Rescuers Go Door to Door in Texas Disaster Zone; Harvey Dumped 102 Trillion Liters of Rain in Six Days; Power Restored to Corpus Christi Refinery Operations; EU, U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Hits Out at Allies Over Debt Ceiling "Mess"; Amazon Reveals Big Changes for Whole Foods; Yellen and Draghi Head to Jackson Hole; Cloudfare CEO Explains Far-Right Site Removal; Conor Mc Gregor: "Money is Constantly in My Thoughts"; • Clapper Calls Trump Speech Scary And Disturbing; President Trump Campaign Speech; Trump Predicts Ending Up NAFTA; Mc Connell and Trump Are Working Together; Walmart Teaming Up With Google. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Disbands Business Councils; Trump Administrations Renegotiates NAFTA; San Francisco Fed President; U. Has Momentum, Solid Fundamentals; Kenneth Cole Launches Coalition to fight AIDS. Holiday; Abu Dhabi Airport Wins Laptop Ban Reprieve; Tech Investor Quits After Harassment Claims; Macron; Europe has Lost Its Way; Macy's Gears Up for July 4 Fireworks Spectacular. Aired 4-5p ET • Uber CEO Ousted by Investors; Economic Chief Becomes Heir to Saudi Throne; U. Government Promises New Brexit Bills; Democrats Suffer Expensive Defeat in Special U. Election; IATA Chief Sees Good Year Ahead for Airlines. Tourism Leaders Prepare for Brexit; Trump Poised to Pull Out of Paris Climate Deal; Tourism as a Campaign Issue in the U. General Election; Russian's Mission to Boost Private Enterprise in Outer Space. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Targets Germany on Trade at G7; Pound Struggles as Polls Tighten in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Microsoft: Cyberattack is "Wake-Up Call"; North Korea Taunts China with Missile Launch; Mexico: We Won't Talk New NAFTA Tariffs; United Airlines Accidentally Releases Cockpit Access Info. Aired 4-5p ET • FBI's Comey Defends Actions Over Clinton Investigation; British Prime Minister: EU Officials Trying to Affect U. Aired 4-5p ET • British Prime Minister Rubbishes "Brussels Gossip"; Trump Hints at Wall Street Break-Ups; Fox News Co-President Quits; Dozens Hurt After Turbulence on Aeroflot Jet; Movies with Diverse Casts Rule at U. Box Office • Nigeria Faces the Future; Nigeria's Economy Pressured by Oil Price Collapse; Repairing Abuja International; Nigeria Launches First Smart Phone; United Settles with Passenger Dragged Off Plane; Nigerian Government Raised Tariffs on Imported Cars • Officials: U. Could Pull Out of NAFTA Soon; Trump Team Outlines Massive Tax Cuts; Nigeria at a Crossroads; Entire U. Senate Briefed on North Korea; More Fox News Controversy. Lawmakers Vote for June Election; Dueling Protests in Venezuela; Bill O'Reilly Out at Fox New; French Candidates Hold Rallies Ahead of Sunday Vote; Gulf Airlines Feels Impact of Electronics Ban • U. Prime Minister May Announces Snap Election; IMF Warns Against Trade Barriers; Trump Signs "Buy American, Hire American" Order; Ballmer Spotlights Government Spending; Melenchon Narrows Gap with Frontrunners • Turkey's Erdogan Wins Sweeping Powers; Pence Warns North Korea, Don't Test Trump; Top U. Court to rule on Ukraine War Wednesday; United Airlines Earnings; IAG CEO Willie Walsh on Level; Netflix Tries New Strategy • China Warns Over U. Drops Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb; Trump Backtracks on Economic Viewpoints; United Passenger to "Stand Up" for Flyers; WTO Head Not Clear on Trump's Trade Policy; U. Bombing Drags Down Stocks; North Korean Trade with China Increases. S.: Efforts to Remove Assad Underway; Xi Arrives for Meeting with Trump; European Regulators Warn Over Plane Electronics Ban; Argentina's President Tells U. Suffering of Syrian Attack Victims; Trump Blames Assad for Attack. Defense Secretary Says Russia Did Not Interfere in Brexit; Pravin Gordhan Lauded After Controversial Sacking; Dutch Officials Seize Gold Bars In Int'l Tax Investigation; Elon Musk Plans Next Rocket Long Shot; Tillerson And Mattis Seek To Reassure Allies. K., Gets a New Job; Ireland Seeks Post-Brexit Boost. Aired 4-5p ET • President Obama holds a press conference in Greece.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.Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Closes Above 23,000 for First Time; Mnuchin Says Stocks Will Slump Without Tax Reform; Xi Promises a New Era for China; Cities Ready Bids for Amazon HQ2; Suffering Drags on for Puerto Rico.

Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Pushes 23,000 in Final Moments of Trade; Trump Says Fed Chair Decision Coming Soon; Bombardier Teams Up with Airbus; NAFTA Talks to Extend into Next Year; Facebook Snaps Up Teen App "TBH".

Aired 4-5p ET • Chief Executives Speak Out on Virginia Violence; Trump Orders China Trade Crackdown; Dow Rallies Back Past 22,000; On Dead as Car Rams into Pizzeria Outside Paris; Google, Go Daddy refuse to Register Far Right Website. Plans Next Move After North Korea Missile; Juncker Furious with No-Show Lawmakers; Stock Price Glitch Spook Tech Investors; WPP CEO: Huge Opportunities to Be Found in Iran; Stella Mc Cartney Turning Ocean Plastic into Fashion. Aired 4-5p ET • London Police: At Least 17 Killed, Toll Likely to Rise; London Mayor: We Need Answers Now; Fire Brigades Union Criticize Government Cuts; London Locals Express Outrage Over Government's Response; Scalise Critically Injured, Undergoes Third Surgery. Aired 4-5p ET • Terror Investigations Underway in France and U. Aired 4-5p ET • White House Take Credit for Solid Jobs Report; Juncker Pokes Fun at English Influence; Last Hours of Campaigning for Macron, Le Pen; Delta Apologizes for Kicking Family Off Flight; Major Milestone for China's First Large Jetliner; Race for the UNWTO Heats Up; Inside the U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Picks Trade Fight with Canada; Trump Drops Border Wall Funding Demand; Wikipedia Founder Tackles Fake News; U. Labour Party to Ditch May's Brexit Plan If Elected; Ivanka Trump Defends Father During Women' Summit • Markets Rally on Macron Success; Unroll.me, Uber Spark Outrage Over User Data; Malaysia Airlines CEO Attempts "Great Turnaround"; Macron and Le Pen Face Off for Presidency; Trump's 100-Day Deadline; O'Reilly's Podcast Resumes on Monday. S.-North Korea Standoff; Oil Prices Bouncing Back; Vettel and Hamilton to Face Off in Bahrain; Bahrain Bourse CEO Not Worried About Volatility; Global Risks Weigh on Gulf Region; Gulf Air CEO Says Laptop Ban Not Necessary. Aired 4-5p ET • Top Pentagon Officials Speak on Syrian Strike; Explosions Near Borussia Dortmund Team Bus in Germany; United CEO Issues New Statement Amid PR Disaster; Mattis Says No Doubt Syrian Regime Behind Gas Attack; Geopolitics Weighs on Wall Street; Trump Meets CEO Advisers at White House for Strategy Session; United Airlines in Damage Control Mode. Aired 4-5p ET • Top Fed Official Quits Over Leak; Trump Calls for Bank Regulation "Haircut"; Sponsors Drop O'Reilly Show; South African Union Calls for Zuma Resignation; France Glued to Second Election Debate; World Leaders Condemn Syria Chemical Attack. Aired 4-5p ET • Former South Korean President Arrested; Banks Eye Up Foreign Shores After Brexit; Swedish Finance Minister Calls for "Rational" Brexit Talks; Lloyd's Of London To Set Up Subsidiary in Brussels; Ivanka Trump to Have Official WH Role. Aired 5-6p ET • Trump Budget Proposes Widespread Cuts; Questions Over Dijsselbloem's Euro Role; Tillerson Calls for New Approach to North Korea; Kenya's Tourism Surge; Trump Suffers Second Defeat on Travel Ban. Demands End to Israeli Settlements; Berlin Terror Suspect Shot Dead in Milan; FBI Warns of ISIS Threats to U. Holiday Events; Hijacking of Libyan Plane Ends Peacefully. Market Rally; Murdoch Aims to Take Over Sky; South Korea Votes to Impeach President; Trumps Cabinet: Millionaires and Military Minds; U. Anti-Doping Agency Warns of Athletics Boycott; Samsung Tries to Power Down Note 7. Confronts Brexit, Trump Presidency; Prosecutors Raid Samsung Offices; Security at Mar-a-lago; Trump Sidesteps Conflict of Interest Questions • First Time Dow Closes above 19,000; Trump Pulls Plug on TPP; U. Trump's transition team says the President-elect will start renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement. Accuse Russia of Cyber-hacking; Obama Campaigns for Clinton in Ohio; Moody's Model Predicts Big Election Win for Clinton; • Clinton Email Probe to Last Beyond Election Day; FBI Gets Warrant to Search Clinton Aide's Emails; Economic Metrics Help Predict Election Outcome; Carney Sets Date to Leave Bank of England; Fraud Charges Dropped Against Pravin Gordhan, South Africa's Finance Minister; Former Officials Criticize Email Review Announcement; Critics Slam FBI's Decision as Political Move; 42 States Request Election Cyber Help; Impact of Climate Change on Coffee Industry; Illy Collaborating with Columbia Earth Institute • FBI Reviewing New Emails in Clinton Probe; Sources: Emails Found During Anthony Weiner Probe; Trump: Don't Let Clinton in the Oval Office; Clinton: Anything Can Happen in an Election; Plane Fire at Chicago O'Hare, Passengers Taken Off; Dow Dropped More Than 100 Points on FBI Probe; U. Economy Grew at Fastest Pace in Two Years; Uber Loses U. Employment Case; Presidential Politics Center Stage at Fantasy Fest.

Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Issues Fresh Warning to North Korea; Kenyatta Declared Victor in Kenyan Election; Snap Shares Price Plumbs New Lows; Google Scraps All- Hands Meeting at Last Minute; Tainted Egg Scandal Hits European Union. Over Trade with North Korea; Indian Prime Minister Makes Historic Visit to Israel; Colombian Town Tries to Help Suffering Venezuelans; Laptop Ban Lifted for Emirates, Turkish Airlines but Not Qatar. Aired 4-5p ET • James Comey's Testimony Released; U. General Election Campaign Enters Final Hours; Egyptian Billionaire Calls for Disinvestment from Qatar; Security Concerns Dominate on Eve of U. K.; Trump Weighs in On Cutting Off Qatar; Airline Boss Explains British Airways Meltdown; Exclusive: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz; White House Defends Donald Trump's Use of Twitter. Aired 4-5p ET • Bank Execs Forfeit Pay Over Scandals; Mexican Minister Warns Trump Over NAFTA; United Drags Passenger Off Flight; GM Falls to Number 2 Behind Tesla; Toyota to Invest $1.3 Billion in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Vows to Crack Down on U. Aired 5-6p ET • Dutch Exit Polls Suggest Far-Right Struggles; Russian Spies Indicted Over Yahoo Hack; Fed Makes First Major Move of 2017; Trump Vows to Defend U. Automakers; Federal Reserve Increases Interest Rates; German Officials Raid VW • Europe Braces for Dutch Elections; Children Unite for #My Freedom Day; Iceland Lifts 8 Years of Capital Controls; Murfeld Golf Course Admits Woman After 273 Years; Fillon Placed Under Formal Investigation. Aired 4-5p ET • Businesses Speak Out Against Travel Ban; Ford Objects to Trump Travel Ban Order; U. Travel Ban Takes Its Toll on the Markets; Companies Tell Workers on H-1B Visas Not to Leave; Trump to Scrap Two Regulations for Every One Added; State Dept. Embrace Populism; Britain Loses "The Great British Bake Off"; Trump Pushes Buttons; Twister Celebrates 50th Anniversary; Smithsonian Restores Dorothy's Ruby Slippers; "Star Trek" Turns 50. Aired 4-5p ET • Thousand Evacuated from Aleppo; Verizon-Yahoo Deal in Balance After Hack; Dollar Heads for Parity with Euro; Putin & Abe Discuss Security, Economic Issues; Jury Finds Shooter Guilty in U. Church Massacre; Singapore Airlines CEO Embraces Low Cost Market; Facebook Fights Back Against Fake News. Aired 4-5p ET • Renzi Gets Reprieve from Italian President; Uncertain Outlook for Italian Banks After "No" Vote; Trump Attacks China on Twitter; Italians Vote "No" in Referendum; Ivanka Trump Plans Move to Washington; Indians are Turning to Mobile Payments. Markets Close at New Records; Physical Stores Still Dominate Retail; World Shops on Black Friday; Trump Transition. Australia's opposition Labor Party says, TPP should be put on hold indefinitely. Aired 5-6p ET • Clinton Keeps Narrow Lead in Must-Win States; Market Slide Continues Amid Election Uncertainty; Fed Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged; Dershowitz: Comey Should Explain Himself or Resign; Iraqi Troops 200 Meters from Mosul; Corruption Report Piles Pressure on Zuma; Protesters Demand Zuma's Resignation in South Africa; Report: MH370 Crashed at High Speed; Enel CEO: Worrying Divisions in the U. Aired 4-5p ET • Florid, Nevada Now Battleground States; Clinton, Trump Hit Battleground States; Clinton, Michelle Obama: Future of Country at Stake; Latino Voters Crucial to Florida Results; Twitter: Earnings, Layoffs, Discontinues Vine; Amazon Misses Earnings and Down 6 Percent After-Hours; EU-Canada Trade Deal Back on Track; Lamy: U. Public Opinion is Not Anti- Trade; Getting a Makeover, Miami Style; Top Miami DJ Spins for Clinton; Log Cabin Republicans Won't Endorse Trump; Shanks: Free Trade Deals Must Be Fair; Ford Mustang: The Iconic Muscle Car.

Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Advances in Key Battleground States; Typhoon Meranti Makes Landfall in China; Bayer Seals $66 Billion Merger Deal; Juncker: EU is Facing an Existential Crisis; Siemens Invest $5.6 Billion in Argentina; Apple's Tim Cook Drops in On Harlem School; Clinton Releases Medical Records. Services Post Record Rise in August; Calais Port Blocked in Migrant Camp Protest; Saudi Arabia, Russia Agree to work Together on Oil; Jack Ma: I Want to bring China to the World; Obama: Cybersecurity Cannot Become "Wild, Wild, West"; Uganda Finance Ministry: Government Must Find Jobs for Youth; Anti-Rich Revolt at Burning Man Festival. Aired 4-5p ET • At Least 250 People Dead in Powerful Italian Quake; More Than 1,000 People Displace in Italy's Quake; Whats App to Share User Data with Facebook; Vaz: Social Media "Consciously Failing" on Extremism; Clinton Responds to Trumps Charges of Bigotry; Conrad Black: Trump is Middle-of- the-Road Man; Conrad Black: Trump Rhetoric Often Tasteless; Mylan CEO: Health Care System Broken; Mylan Under Fire for 400 Percent Epi Pen Price Hike; Wall Street Down; Mylan Leads Health Care Decline; European Markets Fall on Drug Woes; French Fashion Designer Sonia Rykiel Dies; Imported Synthetic Hair Helps Shape African Style; U. National Park Service Turns 100; Park Service Has $12 Billion Backlog of Projects • 6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Central Italy, At Least 120 Dead; Clinton Winning Silicon Valley Fundraising Battle; The Dow Ends Lower; Poroshenko: Putin Wants "Less Stable World"; EU Creates Maps to Focus Rescue Efforts; Japanese Cars Flood into Kenya; American University Campus in Kabul under Attack; Lloyd CEO Apologizes to Employees.

Aired 4-5p ET • Wells Fargo Drops Sales Goals Tied to Scandal; U. Treasury Calling for Urgent Tax Reform; Facebook Faces Revenge Porn Trail in Northern Ireland; Rare Access Inside Zimbabwe as Protests Escalate; Israel's Peres Hospitalized After Stroke; Blackstone CEO Launches Scholarship to China; BBC Loses "The Great British Bake Off"; GM Unveils All-Electric Chevrolet Bold. Aired 4-5p ET • Rate Rise Chances Dwindle after U. Aired 4-5p ET • Survey: UK, EU Economy Defying Brexit Fear; Stiglitz Urges Europe to Fix Single Currency; International Tesla Unveils Its Fastest Car Yet; South African Finance Minister Summoned By Police, The Controversial Practice That Made Trump Millions; Slovakia to Host EU Meeting on Brexit; Asian and African Leaders Due to Gather in Nairobi; Rio Mayor: Olympics "Already Leaving a Legacy". Aired 4-5p ET • UK Loses Perfect AAA Credit Rating; UK Economy Downgraded by S&P; British Bank Shares Plunge for Second Day; Cameron: Brexit Negotiations Will Be Complex; Cameron Condemns Post-Brexit Racial Abuse; Merkel: Brexit Process Begins With Article 50; Salmond: Scotland Cannot "Veto" Brexit; EU Leaders Mapping Out Post-UK Future; 11,000 UK Jobs Hang in Balance of Tata Deal; Brexit Vote Creates Uncertainty Over Trade Rules; England Knocked Out of Euro 2016.

House Give Final Approval to Tax Overhaul; North Korea Blamed for Wanna Cry Cyberattack; Germany Targets Facebook Over Abuse of Power; SEC Suspends Trading of Red-Hot Bitcoin Stock; Funding Crunch for Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico; • Multiple Fatalities in U. Aired 4-5p ET • Disney Agrees Deal for 21st Century Fox; Tech Giants Furious at New Neutrality Decision; British Prime Minister Returns to Brussels; Disney Buys Up New Cast of Characters with 21st Century Fox Deal; • U. Federal Reserve Raises Rates; Moore Defeat Adds Urgency to Tax Push; Theresa May Defeated on EU Withdrawal Law; Apple Invest $390 Million in U. Chipmaker; Star Wars Fans Prepare for "The Last Jedi". Aired 4-5p ET • Trump Speaks After North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile; Stiglitz Says the Tax Bill is the Worst Package One Could Imagine; British Banks Pass Brexit Stress Tests; Prince Harry and Meghan Markie Plan May 2018 Wedding.