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VW settles with US for $4.3 billion

Volkswagen settles with the US to the tune of $4.3 billion over its emissions cheating scheme. Bitcoin plummets 13% as Chinese officials begin looking into the electronic currency exchanges. Lindsay France has the details. Bianca Facchinei examines the possibility of the UK imposing fees on skilled EU workers entering the country, Marina Portnaya looks at a lawsuit against Twitter by the families of ISIS victims, and Manuel Rapalo breaks down the record Airbus A380 deliveries.

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