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Bloomberg Politics

Trump Campaigns Where He's Loved the Most

Trump Campaigns Where He's Loved the Most

Since the beginning of August, he’s hosted more than 20 rallies for congressional and gubernatorial candidates—mostly in places where voters are already big fans of Trump.
Volcker Recalls Another Time the Fed Was in the President’s Crosshairs

Volcker Recalls Another Time the Fed Was in the President’s Crosshairs

The central banker’s memoir recounts an awkward encounter with Ronald Reagan.
Wall Street Banks Are Said to Get Fee Cut From Top Lobby Group

Wall Street Banks Are Said to Get Fee Cut From Top Lobby Group

Wall Street banks that pay millions of dollars a year to lobby Washington policy makers are getting a break from their top trade group.
Trump Stuck Between Two Key Allies as Khashoggi Fallout Expands

Trump Stuck Between Two Key Allies as Khashoggi Fallout Expands

Almost three weeks after the death of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have finally laid out competing versions of the journalist’s fate. For the U.S., now comes the hard part.
Facebook, Twitter Can't Find China Election Meddling Trump Cites

Facebook, Twitter Can't Find China Election Meddling Trump Cites

Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. haven’t detected Chinese meddling in the 2018 elections, company officials said, casting doubt on claims by President Donald Trump that the Asian nation is trying to

Seahawks' Sale Price Could Take a Hit After IRS Denies Tax Break

Two major sports franchises might soon be on the auction block following Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen’s death last week. But a recent Internal Revenue Service rule could cut the teams’ sales

`Ground Zero' for House Control Puts Trump's Appeal to the Test

From the Iron Range in the north to soybean farms in the south, the defining dynamics of this year’s U.S. congressional elections are playing out in four Minnesota House races that both parties view
Saudi Crown Prince Has ‘Blood on His Hands,' Erdogan Aide Says

Saudi Crown Prince Has ‘Blood on His Hands,' Erdogan Aide Says

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has “blood on his hands” in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a top aide to Turkey’s president said, in his country’s first direct accusation against
Brexit Bulletin: Open Conflict

Brexit Bulletin: Open Conflict

Today in Brexit: Tensions between the U.K.’s most senior ministers are at risk of boiling over and the prime minister is preparing for yet another bruising showdown.
China to Abandon Population Target as Birth Policies Loosen

China to Abandon Population Target as Birth Policies Loosen

China won’t set a population target in the future and give people more freedom around childbirth, a health official said, in the next step a gradual loosening of decades of tight population-control
Brussels Edition: Apple Day

Brussels Edition: Apple Day

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
Lockheed's $15 Billion Saudi Deal at Risk After Khashoggi Death

Lockheed's $15 Billion Saudi Deal at Risk After Khashoggi Death

Lockheed Martin Corp.’s potential $15 billion sale to Saudi Arabia of its Thaad air-defense system may be the unfinished deal most vulnerable to growing congressional demands to stop providing arms to
Merkel Faces Heat in Hesse Vote as Housing Anger Boils Over

Merkel Faces Heat in Hesse Vote as Housing Anger Boils Over

Having spent most of their adult lives in Frankfurt, Rudolf and Gudrun Lang are facing up to the fact that they can no longer afford to live in Germany’s financial capital.
Warren Asks McKinsey to Provide Information on Work for Saudis

Warren Asks McKinsey to Provide Information on Work for Saudis

Senator Elizabeth Warren is urging McKinsey & Co. to be transparent about its relationship with Saudi Arabia and its consulting services that she said may have enabled the kingdom to crack down on
Italian Premier Checking for Market Rebound on Way to Kremlin

Italian Premier Checking for Market Rebound on Way to Kremlin

European Union leaders and bond investors are dragging Italy’s populist government over the coals for its defiance of EU spending rules. But at his palatial office in central Rome, Prime Minister
Amid Prospect of War, Israel Deepens Palestinian Banking Ties

Amid Prospect of War, Israel Deepens Palestinian Banking Ties

Israeli and Palestinian authorities have agreed on a new mechanism to facilitate Palestinian banking transactions, which would eliminate the threat of terrorism-financing lawsuits for Israeli banks
Trump Says He ‘Maybe’ Regrets Picking Fed’s Powell

Trump Says He ‘Maybe’ Regrets Picking Fed’s Powell

President Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, saying he “maybe” regrets appointing him to the post and demurring when asked under what circumstances he would
Realtors Spend Record $26 Million on Lobbying

Realtors Spend Record $26 Million on Lobbying

The National Association of Realtors spent a group record of $26.4 million on lobbying in the third quarter of 2018 as it continued to put money into influencing state and local issues, as well as
Honduran Accused of Planning Caravan Denies Venezuela Support

Honduran Accused of Planning Caravan Denies Venezuela Support

A former lawmaker accused by the Honduran government of organizing the thousands-strong group of migrants heading toward the U.S. denied that Venezuela is financing the caravan.
Fear of Trump Helps Bring Rivals China and Japan Closer Together

Fear of Trump Helps Bring Rivals China and Japan Closer Together

When Shinzo Abe took office six years ago, it would’ve been unthinkable for China’s leaders to roll out the red carpet for him. The Japanese prime minister can thank U.S. President Donald Trump for