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Secret Papers Trigger Argentine Scandal: What You Need to Know

Secret Papers Trigger Argentine Scandal: What You Need to Know

Six months after receiving a treasure trove of secret documents, journalists at La Nacion newspaper published Wednesday the findings of an investigation into more than a decade of alleged corruption
Sen. Ernst Weighs in on the Bipartisan Push to Reform Section 232 Tariffs

Sen. Ernst Weighs in on the Bipartisan Push to Reform Section 232 Tariffs

Sen. Joni Ernst, an Iowa Republican, discusses the bipartisan push to reform Section 232 tariffs. She speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Manafort Submitted Doctored Statements to Bank, Jury Is Told

Manafort Submitted Doctored Statements to Bank, Jury Is Told

U.S. prosecutors shifted away from showcasing Paul Manafort’s excesses and toward the core of their fraud accusations against him, offering evidence that he was deeply in debt as he submitted crudely
Russia Is ‘Keyboard Click’ From Major Election Hack, Coats Warns

Russia Is ‘Keyboard Click’ From Major Election Hack, Coats Warns

Russian efforts to interfere in upcoming U.S. midterm elections have yet to reach the intensity of the Kremlin’s campaign to disrupt the 2016 presidential vote, but they’re only “a keyboard click
Stormy Daniels Attorney Avenatti Says Talks With Cohen Lawyers Have Stopped

Stormy Daniels Attorney Avenatti Says Talks With Cohen Lawyers Have Stopped

Michael Avenatti, attorney for Stormy Daniels, discusses the allegations against President Donald Trump. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Avenatti Says Talks With Trump's Fixer Cohen Have Broken Off

Avenatti Says Talks With Trump's Fixer Cohen Have Broken Off

Avenatti said he wants Cohen to disclose what he knows about a $130,000 hush-money payment to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.
With Wildfires Blazing, California Shuns Trump's Clean-Air Plan

With Wildfires Blazing, California Shuns Trump's Clean-Air Plan

With his proposal to roll back fuel economy and emissions standards for cars and trucks Thursday, President Donald Trump drew a line in the California sand.
Rep. Castro Wants Trump to Be More Hands-On Regarding Russia Threat

Rep. Castro Wants Trump to Be More Hands-On Regarding Russia Threat

Rep. Joaquin Castro, a Texas Democrat, discusses the investigation into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery
Hamas Debates Cease-Fire With Israel as Leaders Head to Gaza

Hamas Debates Cease-Fire With Israel as Leaders Head to Gaza

Top Hamas chiefs from abroad traveled to the Gaza Strip in a bid to decide with local leaders whether to call off four months of conflict with Israel and accept a cease-fire proposed by mediators from
In Asia, Pompeo Faces Struggle to Squeeze North Korea, Iran

In Asia, Pompeo Faces Struggle to Squeeze North Korea, Iran

Secretary of State Michael Pompeo will arrive in Singapore for a regional summit that will spotlight the challenges facing U.S. efforts to keep up international pressure against both North Korea and
Manafort Jury to Hear From Gates After All: Trial Update

Manafort Jury to Hear From Gates After All: Trial Update

Paul Manafort’s tax- and bank-fraud trial moves into its third day in Alexandria, Virginia, federal court, with the focus shifting from President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman’s extravagant
‘Crushing’ Russia Sanctions Sought in Bipartisan Senate Bill

‘Crushing’ Russia Sanctions Sought in Bipartisan Senate Bill

A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation to impose new sanctions on Russia for interfering in U.S. elections, including penalties affecting Russian sovereign debt and energy projects, and
Zimbabwe’s Capital on Edge as Account of Violent Protests Unfolds

Zimbabwe’s Capital on Edge as Account of Violent Protests Unfolds

Zimbabwe’s capital remained on edge Thursday, a day after six people died during violent protests over election results, with most shops and banks in the center of Harare shutting their doors as the
RNC Escalates GOP Feud With Koch Network After Trump's Attack

RNC Escalates GOP Feud With Koch Network After Trump's Attack

The Republican National Committee joined President Donald Trump’s attack on the powerful public policy and political network built by billionaires Charles and David Koch, exacerbating a fight with
Pakistan to Decide on More Than $12 Billion Bailout in Six Weeks

Pakistan to Decide on More Than $12 Billion Bailout in Six Weeks

Pakistan’s incoming finance minister estimates the economy needs more than $12 billion to halt a looming financial crisis, with a decision on where to source the funds to be made within six weeks.

UK Jewish Leader Urges Apology Over Labour Anti-Semitism

London (AP) -- The head of one of Britain's main Jewish groups says the leader of the opposition Labour Party must make an "abject apology" to British Jews for allowing anti-Semitism to fester in the
Deripaska Regards U.S. Sanctions Demands as Too Harsh

Deripaska Regards U.S. Sanctions Demands as Too Harsh

Oleg Deripaska sees U.S. demands for lifting sanctions on aluminum maker United Co. Rusal as unacceptable, complicating talks with the Treasury Department, according to people familiar with his
Trump Edges Closer to Mueller’s Hot Seat

Trump Edges Closer to Mueller’s Hot Seat

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China Says It’s Ready to Retaliate on Latest U.S. Tariff Threat

China Says It’s Ready to Retaliate on Latest U.S. Tariff Threat

China said it was ready to retaliate against the latest threat by the U.S. to raise tariffs on its goods.
The Latest: Streets Quiet in Zimbabwe Capital After Results

The Latest: Streets Quiet in Zimbabwe Capital After Results

Harare, Zimbabwe (AP) -- The Latest on Zimbabwe's election (all times local):