Aired 4-5p ET Trump Says Trade Wars are Good; Dow Struggles Amid Talk of Trade War; EU Leader Thank British Prime Minister for "Clarity"; Trump Promises Victory in Global Trade Wars; Euroskeptic Parties Hope for Victory in Italian Elections. Aired 4-5p ET Comcast Take on Murdoch with Bid for Sky; German Car Industry Rattled by Diesel Ban; Powell Faces First Capitol Hill Hearing as Fed Chair; Olympic Curling Champion Goes Back to Work.
Aired 4-5p ET French Oil Tank, Total, Is Ready To Pull Out Of Iran; Donald Trump Is Sending More Mixed Messages Over ZTE; Investors Are Scrambling For A Piece Of The Blockchain Bonanza; The Permian Basin Down There Over The West Side Of Texas Has Become A Victim Of Its Own Success; International Outcry Over Sudanese Woman's Death Sentence; U. Still Hopeful Donald Trump will Get His Summit with Kim Jong-un after North Korea Threatens to Pull Out; Melania Trump Tweets She's Feeling Great After Surgery; U. Lords Defeat PM Theresa May Over Brexit Again; Speculation Mounts Over Royal Honeymoon Destinations; Facebook CEO to Meet European Parliament Members.
Aired 4-5p ET Donald Trump Tears Up The Iran Deal And Slams Sanctions Back On Iran, No More Business As Usual; Western Companies Now Face A Dilemma In Their Deals With Tehran; Disney Earnings Are Out Any Moment And They Have A Rival Bidder For Fox; Syria's State T. Channel Is Reporting That The Syrian Military Has "Confronted And Destroyed Two Israeli Missiles; Businesses In Iran That Signed Deals After Sanctions Ended Are Watching Their Investments Nervously; U. Secretary of State in Surprise North Korea Trip; New Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo; Iran Warns It is Ready to Start Nuclear Enrichment; Rouhani: Economic Growth will Continue in Iran Despite U. Exit on Nuclear Deal; OPEC: Ditching Iran Deal Would Harm Global Economy; President Trump Says He is Willing to Negotiate a New Deal with Iran; Comcast, Disney Set for Takeover Tug-of-War Over Fox; Russia: Disappointed About U. Aired 4-5p ET Donald Trump Celebrates The US Market`s Rally And Unemployment Hit A Record Low, The Air France-Klm Boss Quits, Argentina`s Central Bank Goes For A Monster Rate Hike, CEO`s Behaving Badly, Former CEO Of Volkswagen Is Facing Criminal Charges Over Dieselgate, Official Story About A Hush Payment To A Porn Star That Has Changed, Yet Again, Allegations Of Either Abuse Or Sexual Assault At The Hands Of Uber Drivers.
Aired: 4-5p ET White House's Press Secretary Says She Can't Confirm Reports that the 3 Americans Held in North Korea Would Be Released; Intense Dust Storm Pummels India, Killing 110; Cosby and Polanski Expelled from Oscars Academy; Cisco CEO: U. and China Need Each Other; Charlie Dent: Trump Made Tactical Mistake on Trade; Alibaba's Jack Ma Meets Israeli PM; Women Accuse Uber Drivers of Sexual Assault; Elon Musk Cuts Off Boring Bonehead Questions; You Tube Host Questions Elon Musk on Earnings Call; Dow Recovers from 350-Point Selloff.
Aired 4-5p ET Daimler Will Audit Its Supply Chain To Ensure Child Labor Is Not Used, Data Firm Behind The Facebook Privacy Scandal Is Now Set To Close, Investors Are Loving Apple's $100 Billion Stock Buyback Plan, Europe Markets Closed Out The Session, Mostly Higher; Iranian Diplomat: If the U. Leaves Deal, there's No Deal Left; Trump's Lead Lawyer Ty Cobb Leaves Position; U. Military Plane Crashes in Georgia Suburbs; Southwest Airlines Investigates Cracked Window on its Plane; U2 Plan Augmented Reality Experience for New Tour.
Aired 4-5p ET World Leaders Push Back at Trump on Trade; Tax-Cut Bonanza Continues for Blue Chips; Trudeau urges Inclusive Growth at WEF 2018; Bankers in Davos Hail Trump's Tax Cuts; Russian Bank Chief on Possible U. S.; Dow Roars Past 26,000; Bitcoin Price Sinks Below $10,000; Ford Shares Suffer Sharp Sell-Off; You Tube Takes Action on Controversial Videos. 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.
Aired 4-5p ET Doctor Gives Results of Trump's Physical; Dow Falls Back after Topping 26,000; Arianna Huffington on #Me Too Movement; Vantiv-Worldpay Deal Values Firm at Billion; Trump's Energy Deregulation Spree; Trump Voters in Ohio Happy with Their President; Luxury Watchmakers Turn to Social Media. Aired 4-5p ET Dow Hits 25,000 for First Time; Trump Lawyers Try to Block Bombshell Book; Intel Shares Hit by Chip Security Scare; Mark Zuckerberg Reveals Goals for 2018; Qatari Jewels Stolen from Venice Exhibition. 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 Chinese Smart Phones Become U. Poker Chips; No More Business As Usual, Siemens' CEO Tells Us; There Will Be No New Deals With Iran; U. Supreme Court Has Cleared A Way For Americans To Bet On Sports; TMZ Is Reporting That Ms. to Cut Maximum Stake on Fixed Odds Betting Machines; U. Aired: 4-5p ET Stock Market Streak Comes To A Roaring Halt, Boeing And Airbus, Both Claimed Victory In Their Battle Over Subsidies, Iran's Central Bank Is Hit With New Us Sanctions, North Korea Is Warning The United States Over Its Forthcoming Summit Between Donald Trump And Kim Jong-Un, The Question Of Customs Union Or Not; Palestinians Gather to Bury Protesters Killed by Israeli Troops; North Korea Warns U. Over Trump-Kim Summit; Trump's CIA Pick Wins Support in Nomination Fight; Sichuan Airlines Pilot Says Co-Pilot Got Sucked Halfway Out of Cockpit Window; WTO Rules EU Unfairly Propped Up Airbus; U. and UAE Resolve Gulf Carriers Dispute; Tom Wolfe, Author Who Satirized Wall Street Dies; TMZ: Meghan Markle's Father Changes His Mind, Wants to Attend Daughter's Wedding.Aired 4-5p ET Dow Is In The Red For The Last Day Of The Month; Sprint And T- Mobile, The Merger Deal Is Done; Shake Up In Aisle Three As Supermarket Merger Creates A New Top Dog In Britain; Donald Trump Gives Another Strong Signal That He Is Ready To Pull Out Of The Iran Nuclear Deal; Oil Prices Rise To Their Highest Level In More Than Three Years; Trading Was Back To Normal In Toronto After A Massive Technical Problem Forced All Businesses To Stop Early On Friday; Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu Says He's Obtained New Proof of Iran's Secret Nuclear Weapons Program; More than 30 Killed in Afghanistan Attacks; Trump Suggests Holding Kim Jong-un Meeting at Demilitarized Zone; Stormy Daniels Sues Trump for Alleged Defamation; AT&T-Time Warner Trial to Be Decided on June 12; T-Mobile and Sprint Cite They're Racing China For 5G; "Avengers Infinity War" Makes Box Office History; Saudi King Launches Massive Entertainment Project; Fake Arts Scandal Rocks France; Brent Crude Oil Hits on Middle East Tensions. Aired: 4-5p ET Bill Cosby Found Guilty in Sexual Assault Trial; White House Has Just Released Two Photographs of the New Secretary Of State, Mike Pompeo; Corporate Earnings In America Back With A Vengeance, Stocks Surging; Korean Leaders to Meet Soon at Historic Summit; Trump to Visit United Kingdom on July 13; Nine Teenagers Killed as Flash Floods Hit Israel; U. Senate Approves Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State; G. Unveils .3 Billion Lifeline for Korea Unit; Big Three U. Automakers Report Earnings; Ford to Cut Range of Vehicles Sold in the U. Economy Created 103,000 Jobs in March; French Rail and Airline Workers Continue Strikes; Trade War Fears Upset European Markets; Elon Musk Warns About a Threat in New Documentary.Aired: 4-5p ET History On The Korean Peninsula, Angela Merkel Is In Washington In The Coming Days After Emmanuel Macron's State Visit, Global Issues Weighed On The World's Biggest Economies And The Companies In The First Quarter; Trump: U. S.; Microsoft, Intel Beat Forecasts with Profits and Revenue Rise; Starbucks Earnings In Line with Expectations; Strong Earnings Boost U. Markets; New Karate Combat Fighting League Takes on UFC; Boracay Island Shut Down for Cleanup Dow Snaps Losing Streak as Market Jitters Continue; Comcast is Bidding for Sky and That's Put Rupert Murdoch's Nose Out of Trouble; Viacom Had Strong Earnings This Morning, Which Could Well Help Its Case as It Looks to Merge Back with CBS; Macron Champions Free and Fair Trade in U. Congress; Atos CEO Says France is Becoming the Link Between U. and Europe; Dow Drops 200 Points Before Ending in Green; Facebook Posts Strong Results Despite Data Scandal; U. Treasury Secretary to Visit China for Trade Talks; Founder of Mozaico Tells His Story on CNN's Traders Show; Marriott Unveils New Loyalty Perks After Starwood Merger. Aired 4-5p ET Facebook Shares Rally As Site Tweaks Data Rules; Investors Hope For Trade War Relief; Regulators Probe Facebook Over Data Privacy; UN Security Council Meets On Russia Spy Attack; Russian Ambassador Calls Poisoning Allegation Fake Storyl Larry Kudlow's Words Calms The Market, JP Morgan Chief Has Also Sent Out His Views On China Trade War In His Annual Letter; Judge Presses Witnesses In Time Warner-AT&T Trial; Ex-Russian Spy's Daughter Says She is Recovering Well; German Court Has Agreed To Release Carles Puigdemont On Bail; Brazil's Supreme Court Ruled That Former President Lula Da Silva Must Start Serving His 12-Year Prison Sentence; President Trump Says In A Tweet That The Migrant Caravan Moving Towards The US Has Largely Broken Up; London's Mayor Blames UK Government's Austerity Cuts For A Spate Of Murders In The British Capital; Judge Presses Witnesses in AT&T-Time Warner Trial; Content Piracy Costs Entertainment Industry Millions; Capital Economics Warns Bitcoin is Worthless; Modex CEO Assures that Blockchain Technology will Soon be a Part of Everyday Life; Bollywood Star Jailed for Poaching; Rebound Rally Continues as Trade War Fears Ease.Aired 5-6p ET Dow Plunges 1,000 Points as Sell-Off Resumes; Carney Braces Britain for Faster Rate Hikes; U. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Says It's a Great Time to Do Business in U. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Makes Wave in Davos; Mnuchin Goes (Green) Back and Forth on Dollar; U. President Hints at TPP Turnaround; Australian Trade Minister Reacts to Trump's TPP Hints; Pakistan Prime Minister bothered by Trump's Aid Treats. 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.