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U.K. Sees Macron as Key to Getting Brexit Deal With EU

U.K. Sees Macron as Key to Getting Brexit Deal With EU

Britain sees convincing France as key to getting a Brexit deal and the Chancellor of the Exchequer will target his French counterpart this weekend.
In the Age of Trump, Ignore Women’s Magazines at Your Peril

In the Age of Trump, Ignore Women’s Magazines at Your Peril

It’s not just Teen Vogue. Readers are flocking to the websites of Glamour and Cosmo, and they’re responding with aggressive political reporting.
U.S. Says Fraud Is an Obstacle to Meeting Family-Reunification Date

U.S. Says Fraud Is an Obstacle to Meeting Family-Reunification Date

The Trump administration’s top immigration official laid groundwork on Thursday for the government to miss a court-ordered deadline next week to reunify children separated from their parents after
Slap at Sinclair Seen as Turnabout From Friendly FCC Chief

Slap at Sinclair Seen as Turnabout From Friendly FCC Chief

Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. thought it had a friend in Ajit Pai when he was appointed to lead the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Trudeau’s Tough Climate Polices Face a Mounting Backlash

Trudeau’s Tough Climate Polices Face a Mounting Backlash

Two years ago, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a set of aggressive policies to reduce his country’s greenhouse gas emissions, centered on a nationwide price on carbon.
U.K.'s May Backs Key Enforcer as Pressure Grows Over Brexit Vote

U.K.'s May Backs Key Enforcer as Pressure Grows Over Brexit Vote

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is clinging on to her most senior political enforcer who is facing growing pressure to quit over claims that he cheated to win a crucial parliamentary vote on Brexit.
Italian Markets Rattled After Tria's Future Is Thrown Into Doubt

Italian Markets Rattled After Tria's Future Is Thrown Into Doubt

Italian bonds and stocks fell on concern that Finance Minister Giovanni Tria, whose appointment brought a relative calm to the nation’s markets, may be forced to step down.
Italy Finance Ministry Says Report of Cabinet Rift Invented

Italy Finance Ministry Says Report of Cabinet Rift Invented

The Italian Finance Ministry said a report of a rift that could spell the end of Minister Giovanni Tria is “pure invention.”
Brexit Bulletin: Remember This Week

Brexit Bulletin: Remember This Week

Today in Brexit: Don’t forget what we learned this week over the summer holidays.
Trump Plans for Another Putin Meeting

Trump Plans for Another Putin Meeting

Donald Trump has criticized the Federal Reserve's interest rate increases, breaking with more than two-decades of White House tradition of avoiding comments on monetary policy. Meanwhile Trump
Vaping Industry Decries Trump's Tariffs Targeting E-Cigarettes

Vaping Industry Decries Trump's Tariffs Targeting E-Cigarettes

Bryan Robbins smoked for 35 years before vaping helped him quit and prompted him to ditch driving trucks for selling e-cigarettes, first at flea markets and then at his own retail shops in
Murdoch Caps Long Career by Laughing All the Way to Bank

Murdoch Caps Long Career by Laughing All the Way to Bank

Rupert Murdoch had one more blockbuster deal in him. And it might be the grizzled veteran’s sweetest yet.
Saudis Reap Benefit From U.S.-China Trade War

Saudis Reap Benefit From U.S.-China Trade War

Saudi Aramco is winning thanks to U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade war with China.
How Auto Tariffs May Impact the U.S. Economy

How Auto Tariffs May Impact the U.S. Economy

David Mann, global chief economist at Standard Chartered, discusses President Trump's proposed tariffs on auto imports and their impact on the U.S. economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Cars Are Not a Threat to National Security, Says The Auto Alliance's Thomas

Cars Are Not a Threat to National Security, Says The Auto Alliance's Thomas

Jennifer Thomas, vice president of federal government affair at the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, discusses the proposed tariffs on car imports and how they would impact the industry if they
Trump Feeds Summit Uproar With Plans for Another Putin Meeting

Trump Feeds Summit Uproar With Plans for Another Putin Meeting

Donald Trump intensified the uproar over his meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin by extending an invitation for a second summit as worries about what the two leaders discussed in Helsinki this
Saudis Pump More Oil for Trump, Then Doubt If It's Needed

Saudis Pump More Oil for Trump, Then Doubt If It's Needed

Under pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia has rushed to boost oil production -- only to discover that global markets might not yet need it.
Justice Department Says 1,606 Kids Over 5 Could Be Eligible for Reunification

Justice Department Says 1,606 Kids Over 5 Could Be Eligible for Reunification

The Justice Department said that of as many as 2,551 children over age 5 separated from their parents in the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” border-crossing crackdown, 1,606 are “possibly

Trump Auto Mileage Rollback Plan Is Said to Be Nearing Release

The Trump administration is readying proposals to weaken Obama administration automotive fuel economy standards for release as early as next week, said a person familiar with the matter.
U.S. Says It Will Alert Public to Foreign Influence Operations

U.S. Says It Will Alert Public to Foreign Influence Operations

The U.S. Justice Department is considering ways to alert the public to foreign efforts to influence Americans and U.S. elections as the threat from adversaries such as Russia “continues to grow,"