Last updated 3:17PM ET
May 22, 2017
World Headlines
Trump tells Israel Iran will never have nuclear weapons The US president has strong words for Iran as he meets Israeli leaders in Jerusalem.
Ex-national security adviser 'to defy Senate Russia inquiry' President Trump's fired aide reportedly plans to invoke his right against self-incrimination.
Cyril Hanouna: French host humiliated gay men on live TV Cyril Hanouna's "homophobic" prank prompts a record number of viewer complaints.
05/22/2017: Cereal may no longer be a breakfast staple
As part of a wider shakeup at Ford, the car company is replacing CEO Mark Fields with Jim Hackett, a former leader of the company's self-driving car unit. We'll explore more of Hackett's background and why investors wanted Fields out. Afterwards, we'll look at the decline of cereal and then dive into the wind power boom happening in Texas.
Kinder Eggs are getting a makeover so they can be sold in America
The popular European treat is changing its packaging to comply with U.S. rules.
Large manufacturers are looking to increase profits by reducing waste
Choosing between profits and sustainability is antiquated, according to a new study about the ?circular economy? business model.
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