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Sen. Portman Says Trump Made Right Call on CFIUS for China

Sen. Portman Says Trump Made Right Call on CFIUS for China

Senator Rob Portman, a Republican from Ohio, discusses President Donald Trump's decision to rely on CFIUS to curb Chinese investment in the United States. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on
Tsipras Vows to Stick With Greece’s Euro Deal

Tsipras Vows to Stick With Greece’s Euro Deal

The prime minister is about to enter an election year trailing in the polls, but he tells Bloomberg he won’t renege on his budget plans.
Tsipras Struggles to Find the Right Words for Neighbor Erdogan

Tsipras Struggles to Find the Right Words for Neighbor Erdogan

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is eloquent on debt, the economy, his political journey and convictions on Europe. He’s less forthcoming on his eastern neighbor, Turkey.
White Officer Charged in Death of Black Teen Shot in Back

White Officer Charged in Death of Black Teen Shot in Back

East Pittsburgh, Pa. (AP) -- A white police officer was charged Wednesday with homicide in the shooting of an unarmed black teenager who was hit in the back while fleeing a traffic stop, a death that
Nobody Knows What It Means to Be a U.K. Conservative Anymore

Nobody Knows What It Means to Be a U.K. Conservative Anymore

The U.K.’s ruling Tory Party is having an identity crisis.
Trump Decides Against Harshest Measures on China Investments

Trump Decides Against Harshest Measures on China Investments

The White House opted to take a less confrontational approach toward Chinese investments in the U.S. as it pushes Congress to strengthen an existing review process rather than invoke a little-used law
South Sudan’s Warring Sides Agree to Cease-Fire in New Peace Bid

South Sudan’s Warring Sides Agree to Cease-Fire in New Peace Bid

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar agreed to a permanent cease-fire within 72 hours and signaled they’re prepared for a second attempt at a power-sharing government to
Reindeer Ignoring Borders Has Norway Locking Antlers With Sweden

Reindeer Ignoring Borders Has Norway Locking Antlers With Sweden

Since the end of the Ice Age, reindeer herds have grazed across northern Scandinavia happily unaware of the rise of the nation state. But now their disregard for borders, and local Sami traditions,
NY Democratic Primary Upset Highlights Search for Fresh Leadership

NY Democratic Primary Upset Highlights Search for Fresh Leadership

New York Representative Joe Crowley suffered a surprise primary loss to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as the party struggles to find an identity in the political age of President Donald Trump. Bloomberg's
Murphy Offers New Jersey Lawmakers Compromises on Tax Increases

Murphy Offers New Jersey Lawmakers Compromises on Tax Increases

Governor Phil Murphy has offered a compromise New Jersey budget that includes lawmakers’ proposed corporate-tax surcharge and a smaller millionaire’s tax than he had originally sought.
U.S. Blasts Europe’s Trade ‘Hypocrisy’ as Legal Showdown Looms

U.S. Blasts Europe’s Trade ‘Hypocrisy’ as Legal Showdown Looms

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer blasted the European Union’s retaliatory trade measures as hypocritical, increasing the risk of a legal showdown that could shake the global commercial
EU to Help Repair Uganda Railway Abandoned During Kony Rebellion

EU to Help Repair Uganda Railway Abandoned During Kony Rebellion

The European Union will give 21.5 million euros ($25 million) to repair a Ugandan railway line that fell into disuse a quarter-century ago during a brutal insurgency in the north by Joseph Kony’s
Travel Ban Win Could Embolden Trump on Border

Travel Ban Win Could Embolden Trump on Border

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Turkey Faces U.S. Sanctions Over Russian Missiles

Turkey Faces U.S. Sanctions Over Russian Missiles

The U.S. will take the unprecedented step of imposing sanctions on a NATO ally when Turkey receives a Russian missile defense system, according to a State Department official testifying before
Indonesia Provincial Elections Point to Second Term for Jokowi

Indonesia Provincial Elections Point to Second Term for Jokowi

Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s allies led in key provincial races in elections held across the country on Wednesday, giving him a major boost before the presidential vote next year.
China-U.S. Trade Tariffs May Cut U.S. Farm Exports by 40%

China-U.S. Trade Tariffs May Cut U.S. Farm Exports by 40%

Bilateral tariffs may reduce the value of U.S. farm exports to China by about 40 percent, according to a report published by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, a government think tank.
Date of Trump and Putin’s Summit to Be Announced Thursday, Kremlin Says

Date of Trump and Putin’s Summit to Be Announced Thursday, Kremlin Says

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will hold their first bilateral summit as the leaders seek to reverse a downward spiral in relations that has been exacerbated by findings that Russia meddled in U.S.
‘Listen, Trump’: Firebrand Lopez Obrador Set to Win Landslide in Mexico

‘Listen, Trump’: Firebrand Lopez Obrador Set to Win Landslide in Mexico

They should’ve been at school. Instead the four kids, and their mother, Fanny Santos, were among thousands who crammed onto a dusty soccer field in a hardscrabble suburb, and screamed with excitement

The Latest on Europe’s Migrant Crisis

German officials say they're hopeful that fellow European Union countries will agree to limit the movement of asylum-seekers within the bloc at a summit starting Thursday.
Left-Wing Challenger Takes Out Top Democrat in New York Primary

Left-Wing Challenger Takes Out Top Democrat in New York Primary

A top member of the House Democratic leadership was blindsided by a New York City primary loss at the hands of a fresh-faced candidate who raised one-tenth as much money and now becomes a