Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears before the Senate today to answer questions about the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. All eyes will be on Zuckerberg to see if his apologies and promises to fix Facebook will be enough to sway users and investors. Zuckerberg will also testify before the House on Wednesday. The FBI raided the office and hotel of President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Tuesday evening. The president called the raid "a disgrace," unleashing his frustration on Twitter early Wednesday morning. The FBI received the green light from special counsel Robert Mueller to get a search warrant for Cohen. He is being investigated for possible bank fraud. China is promising to open up its economy and reduce tariffs on car imports, easing fears of a trade war with the U.S. Global markets surged after Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech announcing the policy shift. Tesla CEO Elon Musk praised this move by China, tweeting that "avoiding a trade war will benefit all countries." Plus, we talk to fashion icon Tamara Mellon to discuss the significance of Equal Pay Day. She shares her advice on how companies can close the gender pay gap, reflecting on her own career experiences. Now, she has her own shoe line, called Tamara Mellon, and before that she co-founded Jimmy Choo.