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Alphabet just announced a $1 billion bet on Lyft — despite being an investor in Uber
There's yet another complication in Alphabet's relationship with start-up giant Uber. Read More
Remembering the worst day in stock market history
On "Black Monday" in 1987, the Dow plunged 22.6%, still the biggest one-day percentage drop in history. Christine Romans describes the panic of that day on Wall Street, and looks at whether it could ever happen again. Read More
Proposed bill lets hacking victims hack back
A new bill could allow companies to retrieve and destroy stolen files from a hacker's computer or servers. Samuel Burke speaks to Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA) about the bill, which some cyber-security experts say could lead to cyber vigilantism. Read More
Eagles' Chris Long is donating his entire 2017 salary to charity
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long won’t pocket a cent from any of his game checks from the regular season this year. He’s donating his entire salary to charity. Read More
Here's what's in Trump's executive order on health care
CNNMoney's Tami Luhby explains President Trump's executive order on health care allowing small business groups, and possibly individuals, to form associations to get coverage across state lines. These plans may come with fewer benefits and could help lower costs for some, but they could drive premiums up for the sick. Read More
Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and many others accuse Weinstein of harassment
Stars join the growing list of women coming forward to the New York Times. It follows an explosive report in the New Yorker in which three other women say Harvey Weinstein raped them. Read More
Russian meddling efforts extended to Pokémon Go
Russian efforts to meddle in American politics did not end at Facebook and Twitter. A CNN investigation of a Russian-linked account shows its tentacles extended to YouTube, Tumblr and even Pokémon Go. Dylan Byers reports. Read More
Trump's spat with the IMF, explained
CNNMoney's Richard Quest explains the fight brewing between President Trump and the IMF over tax reform. Read More
These popular tax breaks could be on the chopping block
Reforming the tax code means ditching some of the biggest tax deductions. CNNMoney's Christine Romans explains what's at stake as President Trump pushes for tax reform. Read More
Google Finds Accounts Connected to Russia Bought Election Ads
The search giant is facing increased scrutiny over its role in the 2016 presidential campaign, and is one of a number of internet companies being examined. Read More
Economist Richard Thaler wins Nobel Prize
Richard Thaler, whose work influenced the Obama administration and led to a cameo in "The Big Short," won the Nobel Prize in economics for his research in the field of behavioral economics. Read More
Teachers who leave Oklahoma make $19,000 more on average, OU researcher finds
More than 250 former Oklahoma teachers responded to the OU professor's online survey, which asked why they left and how much the pay difference was. Read More
Political State Podcast: Runaway bride
Ben, Dale and Justin discuss the deal and then no deal between the House Democrats and Gov. Mary Fallin. The crew also discusses the congressional response to this week’s gun attack in Las Vegas. Read More
Navient accused of "predatory" actions against student borrowers
Nation's largest provider of student loans deceived customers, Pennsylvania prosecutors allege Read More
DACA's end could kill these small businesses
Mostafa Ghonim and Daniela Velez have both been able to start businesses because of DACA. President Trump's decision to repeal the program means they might have to leave them behind. Read More