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Trump Tells Automakers He Wants Them to Build More Cars in U.S.

Trump Tells Automakers He Wants Them to Build More Cars in U.S.

President Donald Trump told top auto executives at a meeting in the White House that he wants them to build “millions more cars” in the U.S.
Brexit Bulletin: Max Fudge

Brexit Bulletin: Max Fudge

Today in Brexit: The government’s strategy now appears to be to put off difficult decisions until later. But even ministers know this can’t go on forever.
North Korea's Diplomatic Footprint Dwarfed by U.S. in Singapore

North Korea's Diplomatic Footprint Dwarfed by U.S. in Singapore

The U.S. and North Korea picked Singapore as the venue for a historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. A look at the two countries’ embassies in the city-state illustrates the disparity of
Top Philippine Judge Removed After Attacks on Duterte's Drug War

Top Philippine Judge Removed After Attacks on Duterte's Drug War

The Philippines’ top court took the unprecedented step Friday of removing the nation’s chief justice.
McDonald's Billboards Among Targets of London Travel Ad Ban

McDonald's Billboards Among Targets of London Travel Ad Ban

Billboards advertising junk food offered by vendors like McDonald’s Corp. might be banned from London’s Underground rail and bus network under new plans announced by the city’s mayor as part of his
Trump Plays Into Hands of Iran’s Hard-Liners

Trump Plays Into Hands of Iran’s Hard-Liners

The unraveling of the nuclear deal has left the Islamic Republic at a critical political juncture.
Barisan National Youth Leader on Malaysia Election Takeaways

Barisan National Youth Leader on Malaysia Election Takeaways

Barisan National Youth Leader Shahril Hamdan weighs in on Mahathir Mohamad's victory in Malaysia’s election. Shahril speaks with Sophie Kamaruddin and Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source:
Malaysia King to Pardon Anwar Immediately, Mahathir Says

Malaysia King to Pardon Anwar Immediately, Mahathir Says

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that Malaysia’s king has indicated he’s willing to immediately pardon jailed politician Anwar Ibrahim, his likely successor.
UN Chief Says ‘Straitjacket’ on North Korea Makes Deal Possible

UN Chief Says ‘Straitjacket’ on North Korea Makes Deal Possible

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he’s optimistic that the U.S. and North Korea can reach a historic nuclear deal, crediting a toughened sanctions regime pushed by President
Italy Finally Falls to the Forces of Populism

Italy Finally Falls to the Forces of Populism

First came Brexit, then Donald Trump, and now the rebellion by angry voters has landed its biggest blow on continental Europe.
Bush Cautions Against Isolationism and Praises Humanitarian Work

Bush Cautions Against Isolationism and Praises Humanitarian Work

Former President George W. Bush made a plea for continued humanitarian work overseas and cautioned against the dangers of isolationism.
Trump Uses Indiana Rally to Blast State's Democratic Senator

Trump Uses Indiana Rally to Blast State's Democratic Senator

President Donald Trump basked in the adoration of a Thursday night rally in Indiana, the home state of Vice President Mike Pence, as the two men sought to use the president’s recent moves on North
What to Expect From Trump-Kim Meeting Set for June 12

What to Expect From Trump-Kim Meeting Set for June 12

Trump's First Year: Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports on President Donald Trump's summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un. Schneider speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Says He Has ‘Great Health Plans’ Coming Out Within 4 Weeks

Trump Says He Has ‘Great Health Plans’ Coming Out Within 4 Weeks

President Donald Trump said Thursday that his administration would have “great health plans” coming out within four weeks.
Trump Promises Aggressive Campaign to Cut Drug Prices

Trump Promises Aggressive Campaign to Cut Drug Prices

Donald Trump said he would propose the most sweeping plan in U.S. history to lower drug prices, an attempt to meet a promise from his campaign that has largely gone unaddressed so far in his
Aide Who Said McCain Is ‘Dying Anyway’ Still Works at White House

Aide Who Said McCain Is ‘Dying Anyway’ Still Works at White House

The White House on Friday declined to condemn comments made by a special assistant to President Donald Trump dismissing Senator John McCain's opinion during a closed-door meeting because, she said,
BOE Is Losing Time to Create Breathing Room Before Brexit

BOE Is Losing Time to Create Breathing Room Before Brexit

Mark Carney’s window to raise interest rates before Brexit is closing.
U.S. Congress Needs Notice of Nafta Deal by Next Week, Ryan Says

U.S. Congress Needs Notice of Nafta Deal by Next Week, Ryan Says

Paul Ryan says he needs notice of a Nafta deal by May 17 if the current Congress is going to be able to vote on it, suggesting talks are pushing up against the constraints of U.S. trade law, even as
What Ramaphosa Is Doing to Fix South Africa's State Companies

What Ramaphosa Is Doing to Fix South Africa's State Companies

South Africa’s biggest state companies have been plagued by mismanagement, cash shortages and corruption scandals for years, leaving them in financial strain and posing an acute risk to the nation’s