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Britain’s Other Irish Border Is Also a Big Brexit Problem

Britain’s Other Irish Border Is Also a Big Brexit Problem

There’s an ominous number that keeps coming up in conversations among workers at the port handling the bulk of trade between the U.K. and Ireland: “the 29th.”
U.S. Farmers Fear Trump’s Assault on WTO Hurts Them

U.S. Farmers Fear Trump’s Assault on WTO Hurts Them

Donald Trump’s attack on the World Trade Organization has U.S. farmers worried that the president’s ‘America first’ foreign policy approach will hamstring efforts to defend their interests.
Rate-Hike Talk Perks Up on Poland's $10 Billion Stimulus Plan

Rate-Hike Talk Perks Up on Poland's $10 Billion Stimulus Plan

Poland’s ruling populists, faced with sagging opinion-poll ratings and a growing challenge from a freshly united opposition, are about to fire off a set of new stimulus measures, reaching back to the
Serbia Tackles Plummeting Population That's Plaguing the Balkans

Serbia Tackles Plummeting Population That's Plaguing the Balkans

Zoran Djordjevic has a challenge: to halt a hemorrhaging of workers that’s seen his country lose more than 5 percent of its population in the last decade.
An Underdog Prosecutor Faces an Uphill Battle for a Top EU Job

An Underdog Prosecutor Faces an Uphill Battle for a Top EU Job

For a prosecutor with an uncommon record of putting corrupt politicians behind bars, the former head of Romania’s anti-graft agency is facing one more hurdle than her rivals: the opposition of her own
The Process Between Trump, Kim Should Keep Going, Says Professor Oh

The Process Between Trump, Kim Should Keep Going, Says Professor Oh

Oh Joon, professor at Kyung Hee University, discusses the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Trump in Hanoi and what they hope to accomplish. Oh speaks on “Bloomberg Markets:
Sanders Says He Will Release 10 Years of Tax Returns ‘Soon’

Sanders Says He Will Release 10 Years of Tax Returns ‘Soon’

Senator Bernie Sanders plans to release 10 years worth of tax returns “soon,” he said at a town hall forum on Monday night.
India Says Hundreds of Terrorists Killed in Strikes on Pakistan

India Says Hundreds of Terrorists Killed in Strikes on Pakistan

India said its fighter jets destroyed a major terrorist camp in Pakistan in the worst escalation between the nuclear-armed rivals since 2001, in an incident that Islamabad has described as a "grave
Trump's Press Staff Ousted From Hotel Hours Before Kim Arrived

Trump's Press Staff Ousted From Hotel Hours Before Kim Arrived

Kim’s bodyguards were seen inside the hotel, and U.S. and North Korean flags were on display outside.
Paul Manafort Seeks Mercy From D.C. Judge Who’ll Punish Him

Paul Manafort Seeks Mercy From D.C. Judge Who’ll Punish Him

Paul Manafort’s lawyers say President Donald Trump’s onetime campaign chairman has been punished enough for his crimes and pleaded with a federal judge to show him mercy in light of his age and
Trump's Hanoi Summit Off to Rough Start Even Before His Arrival

Trump's Hanoi Summit Off to Rough Start Even Before His Arrival

Donald Trump’s second summit with Kim Jong Un gives the two leaders the chance to once again share the spotlight and demonstrate their mutual affection -- but not even the White House expects a
Cuomo Drops Proposal to Ban All Modified Stretch Limos

Cuomo Drops Proposal to Ban All Modified Stretch Limos

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is dropping a proposal to ban all modified stretch limousines, an idea prompted by last fall's crash that killed 20 people.
Frontrunner for Taiwan President Pledges Improved Ties With China

Frontrunner for Taiwan President Pledges Improved Ties With China

Leading Taiwan presidential candidate Eric Chu pledged to improve ties with China, casting his potential rematch against incumbent Tsai Ing-wen as a chance to reset ties with the mainland.
Europe's Populist Right Threatens to Erode Climate Consensus

Europe's Populist Right Threatens to Erode Climate Consensus

Europe’s consensus in favor of curbing greenhouse gas emissions is weakening due to rising support for right-wing populists, many of whom cast doubt over whether people bear the responsibility for
U.S.-China Move Closer to Trade Deal as Trump Suggests ‘Signing Summit’

U.S.-China Move Closer to Trade Deal as Trump Suggests ‘Signing Summit’

President Donald Trump raised the prospect on Monday that he could sign a new trade deal with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. Bloomberg's Randy Woods reports on"Bloomberg Technology." (Source:
Trump Organization Asks House Committee to Halt Investigation

Trump Organization Asks House Committee to Halt Investigation

President Donald Trump’s family business told the House Judiciary Committee it should stop investigating the Trump Organization, claiming a conflict of interest after the committee hired a lawyer
U.K.'s Theresa May to Consider Delay to Brexit Date

U.K.'s Theresa May to Consider Delay to Brexit Date

Theresa May is considering a plan to delay Brexit and stop the U.K. leaving the European Union with no deal next month, according to people familiar with the situation.
After Clashes, Maduro's Enemies Grope for a Strong Punishment

After Clashes, Maduro's Enemies Grope for a Strong Punishment

During a weekend of tough talk and bitter fighting on Venezuela’s borders, the U.S. government pledged concrete steps to restore democracy. On Monday, it issued largely symbolic sanctions while allies
Trump's SALT Cap Is a Hurdle for Balanced N.J. Budget, S&P Says

Trump's SALT Cap Is a Hurdle for Balanced N.J. Budget, S&P Says

The ripple effect of the new federal limit on state and local tax deductions may make it all the harder for New Jersey to balance its budget this year, according to a report by S&P Global Ratings.
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