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Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Closes Almost 1 Percent Higher; Ford CEO: Trump Is Wrong About U. Jobs; Clinton Takes Questions in North Carolina After Returning to Trail; Eighth Anniversary of Financial Crisis; Warren Wants Financial Crisis Prosecutions; Jim Yong Kim Only Nominee for World Bank President; Trump Jr.; Trump Refuses to Release Tax Returns; Linked In Co-Founder Challenges Trump to Release Taxes. 151,000 Jobs In August; Perez: We Know the Formula for Progress on Jobs; Perez: U. Needs Infrastructure Investment; Young Graduates Turn to Blue-Collar Jobs; Spain's Acting Prime Minister Loses Vote for Second Term; Samsung Recalls 2.5 Million New Smartphones; Remembering Joe Sutter: The Father of the 747; First Mosquitoes Carrying Zika Found in Miami Beach; Alibaba's Jack Ma; Free Trade Stops Wars; Jack Ma: Big Believer in Globalization; G 20 Summit: Africa's Growing Influence; U. Study: Shoe Color Could Decide Job Success; • Space X Rocket Explodes on Launch Pad; Hermine Now a Hurricane, Bearing Down on U. Coast; Apple Plans to Bring Money Home; KLM: Tim Cook Slams EU Tax Ruling"; Actually, We're an Airline; Trump Pushes New Immigration Agenda; Trump: No Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants; IMF Chief Urges "Forceful Action"; Irish City Divided Over Apple Tax Ruling; Visits Apple's Irish Headquarters • Trump in Mexico to Meet Country's President; Trump: "We Did Discuss the Wall, Didn't Discuss Payment"; Pena Nieto: NAFTA Good for Both U. and Mexico; Brazil's Senate Votes to Oust President; First U. Aired 4-5p ET • EU Orders Apple to Pay .6 Billion in Back Taxes; Farage: I'm Worried About Brexit Backsliding; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Yellen: Case for Rate Rise Has Strengthened; Diversity Campaigners Meet with Fed Board; Trump: "I Will Solve" Poverty Problems; Trump: Clinton "Is Totally Bigoted"; Lochte Scores Endorsement from Cough Drop Maker; Kerry and Lavrov Hold Talks in Geneva; Kerry Discusses Cessation of Hostilities in Syria; Lavrov: Syria Talks "Not an Easy Task; Rescue Workers in Italy Race to Find Survivors; French Court: Mayors Cannot Ban Burkinis; Goulet: Burkini Row Reflects Identity Crisis.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 • 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 • Dow Closes Almost 1 Percent Higher; Ford CEO: Trump Is Wrong About U. Jobs; Clinton Takes Questions in North Carolina After Returning to Trail; Eighth Anniversary of Financial Crisis; Warren Wants Financial Crisis Prosecutions; Jim Yong Kim Only Nominee for World Bank President; Trump Jr.; Trump Refuses to Release Tax Returns; Linked In Co-Founder Challenges Trump to Release Taxes. 151,000 Jobs In August; Perez: We Know the Formula for Progress on Jobs; Perez: U. Needs Infrastructure Investment; Young Graduates Turn to Blue-Collar Jobs; Spain's Acting Prime Minister Loses Vote for Second Term; Samsung Recalls 2.5 Million New Smartphones; Remembering Joe Sutter: The Father of the 747; First Mosquitoes Carrying Zika Found in Miami Beach; Alibaba's Jack Ma; Free Trade Stops Wars; Jack Ma: Big Believer in Globalization; G 20 Summit: Africa's Growing Influence; U. Study: Shoe Color Could Decide Job Success; • Space X Rocket Explodes on Launch Pad; Hermine Now a Hurricane, Bearing Down on U. Coast; Apple Plans to Bring Money Home; KLM: Tim Cook Slams EU Tax Ruling"; Actually, We're an Airline; Trump Pushes New Immigration Agenda; Trump: No Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants; IMF Chief Urges "Forceful Action"; Irish City Divided Over Apple Tax Ruling; Visits Apple's Irish Headquarters • Trump in Mexico to Meet Country's President; Trump: "We Did Discuss the Wall, Didn't Discuss Payment"; Pena Nieto: NAFTA Good for Both U. and Mexico; Brazil's Senate Votes to Oust President; First U. Aired 4-5p ET • EU Orders Apple to Pay $14.6 Billion in Back Taxes; Farage: I'm Worried About Brexit Backsliding; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Yellen: Case for Rate Rise Has Strengthened; Diversity Campaigners Meet with Fed Board; Trump: "I Will Solve" Poverty Problems; Trump: Clinton "Is Totally Bigoted"; Lochte Scores Endorsement from Cough Drop Maker; Kerry and Lavrov Hold Talks in Geneva; Kerry Discusses Cessation of Hostilities in Syria; Lavrov: Syria Talks "Not an Easy Task; Rescue Workers in Italy Race to Find Survivors; French Court: Mayors Cannot Ban Burkinis; Goulet: Burkini Row Reflects Identity Crisis.

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 • 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".

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Aired 4-5p ET • Dow Closes Almost 1 Percent Higher; Ford CEO: Trump Is Wrong About U. Jobs; Clinton Takes Questions in North Carolina After Returning to Trail; Eighth Anniversary of Financial Crisis; Warren Wants Financial Crisis Prosecutions; Jim Yong Kim Only Nominee for World Bank President; Trump Jr.; Trump Refuses to Release Tax Returns; Linked In Co-Founder Challenges Trump to Release Taxes. 151,000 Jobs In August; Perez: We Know the Formula for Progress on Jobs; Perez: U. Needs Infrastructure Investment; Young Graduates Turn to Blue-Collar Jobs; Spain's Acting Prime Minister Loses Vote for Second Term; Samsung Recalls 2.5 Million New Smartphones; Remembering Joe Sutter: The Father of the 747; First Mosquitoes Carrying Zika Found in Miami Beach; Alibaba's Jack Ma; Free Trade Stops Wars; Jack Ma: Big Believer in Globalization; G 20 Summit: Africa's Growing Influence; U. Study: Shoe Color Could Decide Job Success; • Space X Rocket Explodes on Launch Pad; Hermine Now a Hurricane, Bearing Down on U. Coast; Apple Plans to Bring Money Home; KLM: Tim Cook Slams EU Tax Ruling"; Actually, We're an Airline; Trump Pushes New Immigration Agenda; Trump: No Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants; IMF Chief Urges "Forceful Action"; Irish City Divided Over Apple Tax Ruling; Visits Apple's Irish Headquarters • Trump in Mexico to Meet Country's President; Trump: "We Did Discuss the Wall, Didn't Discuss Payment"; Pena Nieto: NAFTA Good for Both U. and Mexico; Brazil's Senate Votes to Oust President; First U. Aired 4-5p ET • EU Orders Apple to Pay $14.6 Billion in Back Taxes; Farage: I'm Worried About Brexit Backsliding; U. Aired 4-5p ET • Yellen: Case for Rate Rise Has Strengthened; Diversity Campaigners Meet with Fed Board; Trump: "I Will Solve" Poverty Problems; Trump: Clinton "Is Totally Bigoted"; Lochte Scores Endorsement from Cough Drop Maker; Kerry and Lavrov Hold Talks in Geneva; Kerry Discusses Cessation of Hostilities in Syria; Lavrov: Syria Talks "Not an Easy Task; Rescue Workers in Italy Race to Find Survivors; French Court: Mayors Cannot Ban Burkinis; Goulet: Burkini Row Reflects Identity Crisis.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 • 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".

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".

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