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1. Spain on the brink: Spanish markets were volatile Thursday as the country grappled with its worst political crisis in decades.
An investigation into Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's use of government jets could be completed and made public as early as Friday, an official at the Treasury Department's inspector general office told CNN on Wednesday.
A leading senator wants more details about a trip taken by a Trump administration official who flew to Florida earlier this year on the private plane of hedge-fund billionaire Nelson Peltz, according to a letter reviewed by CNN on Wednesday.
Two state universities announced Wednesday that they have received new, nine-figure donations from previous benefactors that are the largest gifts either school has ever received.
"If you look from 10,000 feet," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr told reporters at a briefing Wednesday, "the subject matter" of the 3,000 Russian-bought Facebook ads that have been turned over to his committee "seems to have been to create chaos in every group that they could possibly identify in America."
Sonos is known for its speakers, but now they're ready to talk back.
Puerto Ricans say now isn't the time to debate about the island's debt. They're still just trying to get back on their feet after Hurricane Maria.
The pupils of our eyes are terrible liars.
President Donald Trump may have to clear an extra hour out of his morning schedule: his go-to cable news program is about to get an hour longer.
Republican and Democratic senators are gobsmacked that Equifax just received a government contract to help the IRS guard against fraud.