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Germany Reviews Iran Financial Transfer Ahead of U.S. Sanctions

Germany Reviews Iran Financial Transfer Ahead of U.S. Sanctions

A plan by Iran to repatriate money from a Hamburg-based bank is under scrutiny by German regulators, including an agency charged with detecting terrorism funding, the Finance Ministry said.
Is NATO Next on Trump’s Chopping Block?

Is NATO Next on Trump’s Chopping Block?

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May Acts to Defuse Crisis, Replacing Davis With Young Brexiteer

May Acts to Defuse Crisis, Replacing Davis With Young Brexiteer

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May moved quickly to contain a crisis in her government after her chief Brexit negotiator quit, replacing him with a young euroskeptic and insisted she would press ahead
These Are America’s White-Collar Dreamers

These Are America’s White-Collar Dreamers

Many DACA recipients work in jobs associated with migrant labor, but some are climbing the corporate ladder at companies from GM to Wells Fargo.
Ukraine Slogan Dents Putin Drive to Skip Politics for World Cup

Ukraine Slogan Dents Putin Drive to Skip Politics for World Cup

When Croatian defender Domagoj Vida shouted “Glory to Ukraine” in an online video message after his team defeated Russia in the quarterfinals of the soccer World Cup, it was a reminder that sport and
Singapore Will Seek Compensation If Malaysia Cancels Rail Plan

Singapore Will Seek Compensation If Malaysia Cancels Rail Plan

Singapore will seek compensation for all costs incurred if Malaysia cancels a planned multibillion-dollar high-speed railway link between the two countries.
May Sticks With Brexit Plan After Resignations: Brexit Update

May Sticks With Brexit Plan After Resignations: Brexit Update

Theresa May named Dominic Raab as her new Brexit Secretary after David Davis resigned over her plans to keep close ties to the European Union after the divorce. With the government in crisis, the
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Meets Merkel

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Meets Merkel

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is meeting with Angela Merkel in Berlin later today. He's expected to chair a high-level meeting of cabinet members from both countries before attending a forum of business
The Progressive Populist Who Wants to Help Democrats Win Back the Rust Belt

The Progressive Populist Who Wants to Help Democrats Win Back the Rust Belt

If Richard Cordray wins the governorship of Ohio, he could provide a road map for 2020.
Pentagon's Research Commitment Found to Decline Over Two Decades

Pentagon's Research Commitment Found to Decline Over Two Decades

The Defense Department has “dedicated an ever-smaller share” of dollars for research and development contracts over almost two decades, according to the Congressional Research Service.
Cohen Weighs Deal as Manafort Seeks Delay: Trump Legal Update

Cohen Weighs Deal as Manafort Seeks Delay: Trump Legal Update

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian election meddling is looming as President Donald Trump weighs who to nominate to the U.S. Supreme Court, where crucial questions such as
Immigration Upheaval Injects Uncertainty Into the 2018 Elections

Immigration Upheaval Injects Uncertainty Into the 2018 Elections

A growing movement among Democrats calling for abolishing or scaling back a key U.S. immigration enforcement agency risks turning a potentially advantageous issue for the party into a rallying point
Pompeo Caught Between Trump’s Short Fuse and Kim’s Intransigence

Pompeo Caught Between Trump’s Short Fuse and Kim’s Intransigence

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s second day of negotiations in Pyongyang began with a pleasantry that turned into a test of wills.
Trump Has Made Decision on Supreme Court Nomination, Sources Say

Trump Has Made Decision on Supreme Court Nomination, Sources Say

Donald Trump has decided who he’ll nominate to the Supreme Court, according to two people familiar with the matter, as the president prepares to make a prime-time announcement of a choice that could
Trumponomics: Trade War Spotlights President's Unorthodox Stance

Trumponomics: Trade War Spotlights President's Unorthodox Stance

Donald Trump ran for office on his record as a businessman, but his escalating trade war illustrates how far outside the mainstream his economic beliefs lie.
Brexit Bulletin: Davis Quits

Brexit Bulletin: Davis Quits

Today in Brexit: Brexit Secretary David Davis has quit, plunging Prime Minister Theresa May’s government into crisis.
China Does Not Want to Be Bullied, Says Vanguard's Gray

China Does Not Want to Be Bullied, Says Vanguard's Gray

Alexis Gray, senior economist at Vanguard Asset Services, discusses the trade tensions between the U.S. and China and how it will impact GDP. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source:
Once Bitter Foes, Ethiopia and Eritrea Promise ‘Bridge of Love’

Once Bitter Foes, Ethiopia and Eritrea Promise ‘Bridge of Love’

Ethiopia and Eritrea made a declaration of peace and agreed to reestablish economic links after an unprecedented summit between the Horn of Africa nations’ leaders ended decades of enmity.
Theresa May Is in a Bind, Says Peterson Institute's Kirkegaard

Theresa May Is in a Bind, Says Peterson Institute's Kirkegaard

Jacob Kirkegaard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute, discusses the shakeup in the U.K. as two top Brexit ministers quit. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)