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It's Trump Versus Pelosi as Impeachment Brawl Erupts

It's Trump Versus Pelosi as Impeachment Brawl Erupts

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US Targets Islamic State in Libya With Second Airstrike in Week

US Targets Islamic State in Libya With Second Airstrike in Week

A U.S. airstrike killed 11 suspected Islamic State militants in southern Libya, U.S. Africa Command said, its second reported raid in a week against the extremist group that once controlled a key
There Is No Chance We’re Leaving on October 31, Says Brexit Party Chairman

There Is No Chance We’re Leaving on October 31, Says Brexit Party Chairman

Brexit Party Chairman Richard Tice discusses the next step for the U.K. following the decision from the U.K. Supreme Court that Boris Johnson broke the law by suspending Parliament. He speaks on
Swiss Attorney-General Narrowly Re-Elected After FIFA Scandal

Swiss Attorney-General Narrowly Re-Elected After FIFA Scandal

Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber was narrowly re-elected to a third term as the country’s top prosecutor after he was caught up in a scandal over undisclosed meetings he held with the boss of
Johnson to Address Commons Amid Political Storm: Brexit Update

Johnson to Address Commons Amid Political Storm: Brexit Update

Boris Johnson flew back into a momentous political crisis on Wednesday, after Britain’s Supreme Court ruled he broke the law by suspending Parliament. He’s facing calls to sack his political and legal
Democrats Gird for Impeachment Fight Overtaking the 2020 Race

Democrats Gird for Impeachment Fight Overtaking the 2020 Race

It’s a fight that President Donald Trump has been spoiling for, and one that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was reluctant to give him.
Pelosi Impeachment Gambit Brings Peril for Trump - And Democrats

Pelosi Impeachment Gambit Brings Peril for Trump - And Democrats

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to launch a formal impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump will consume the nation’s attention, grind the work of government to a halt and ultimately determine
Sanders, Warren Compete for Who Can Tax Billionaires the Most

Sanders, Warren Compete for Who Can Tax Billionaires the Most

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax proposal is big. Senator Bernie Sanders’ is about 60% bigger.
Trump Lawyers Head to Court Claiming President Can’t Be Investigated

Trump Lawyers Head to Court Claiming President Can’t Be Investigated

Lawyers for Donald Trump are trying to convince a judge that the president can’t be investigated for a crime.
Netanyahu’s Likud Picks Up Seat, Making It 32 to Gantz’s 33

Netanyahu’s Likud Picks Up Seat, Making It 32 to Gantz’s 33

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party has picked up an additional seat in parliament following last week’s election, bringing its total to 32, one less than the number won by former
Brother of Algeria’s Bouteflika, Intel Chiefs Sentenced to Jail

Brother of Algeria’s Bouteflika, Intel Chiefs Sentenced to Jail

Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s brother and two powerful former intelligence chiefs were sentenced early Wednesday to 15 years on charges of conspiring against the military, in an
Trump, Rouhani Urged to Talk Amid Macron's Shuttle Diplomacy

Trump, Rouhani Urged to Talk Amid Macron's Shuttle Diplomacy

French President Emmanuel Macron met separately with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday as he continued to press for the leaders to meet on the sidelines of
Putin-Linked Mercenaries Are Fighting on Libya’s Front Lines

Putin-Linked Mercenaries Are Fighting on Libya’s Front Lines

A private army linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin has begun fighting on the front lines of the Libyan war, according to people familiar with the matter, the latest projection of Russian power
Costs Rise Again for U.K. Hinkley Point Nuclear Project

Costs Rise Again for U.K. Hinkley Point Nuclear Project

Hinkley Point units are U.K.’s first new reactors for decades
Brexit Bulletin: The Wrath of Parliament

Brexit Bulletin: The Wrath of Parliament

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Brussels Edition: Recession Fears, Balkan Dreams, Trade Spats

Brussels Edition: Recession Fears, Balkan Dreams, Trade Spats

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
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Over 300 Students, Police Injured in Protests Over New Indonesia Corruption Law

Over 300 Students, Police Injured in Protests Over New Indonesia Corruption Law

Jakarta, Indonesia (AP) -- More than 300 university students and police in Indonesia's capital have been treated at hospitals after clashes during protests sparked by a new law that critics say