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Here Are Some Contenders for Next NY Attorney General

Here Are Some Contenders for Next NY Attorney General

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Sen. Cardin Calls Leaving Iran Deal 'Policy Mistake'

Sen. Cardin Calls Leaving Iran Deal 'Policy Mistake'

Senator Ben Cardin, a Maryland Democrat, says pulling out of the Iran nuclear agreement will isolate the United States. He speaks on Bloomberg's "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Volatility in Oil Market to Come from Iran Deal Withdrawal

Volatility in Oil Market to Come from Iran Deal Withdrawal

Bloomberg's Brenda Schaffer discusses President Trump leaving the Iran nuclear deal. She says the administration has full discretion, which will cause some volatility in the oil market. She speaks
Congress Scraps Consumer Bureau Rule Targeting Auto-Lending Bias

Congress Scraps Consumer Bureau Rule Targeting Auto-Lending Bias

The U.S. House moved to kill an Obama-era policy aimed at preventing discrimination in auto lending, sending the measure to President Trump’s desk to be signed into law.
What's Next: Who Gets Hit When U.S. Resumes Iran Sanctions

What's Next: Who Gets Hit When U.S. Resumes Iran Sanctions

President Donald Trump’s decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran threatens to tighten global oil markets and could derail tens of billions of dollars in business deals.
Trump's Iran-Deal Pullout Risks Blow to U.S. Economy From Oil

Trump's Iran-Deal Pullout Risks Blow to U.S. Economy From Oil

President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear accord and impose sanctions on that nation also risks fallout for the U.S. economy.
From Iceland to Malawi, UN Gender-Equality Initiative Casts a Wide Net

From Iceland to Malawi, UN Gender-Equality Initiative Casts a Wide Net

The HeForShe initiative has won promises from 30 men in politics, education and the corporate sector to be allies for women.
Israel Readies Golan Bomb Shelters, Fearing Iranian Attack

Israel Readies Golan Bomb Shelters, Fearing Iranian Attack

Israel’s army instructed municipalities in the Golan Heights to open bomb shelters in the northern plateau after noticing “irregular activity” of Iranian forces in Syria that raised fears of an
Iran Nuclear Decision Raises Risks of War Says Rep. Adam Smith

Iran Nuclear Decision Raises Risks of War Says Rep. Adam Smith

U.S. Representative Adam Smith, a Democrat from Washington State, says the U.S. should not pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. He joins Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets," to
Oil Traders in Europe Can't Dally Before Pulling Back From Iran

Oil Traders in Europe Can't Dally Before Pulling Back From Iran

Oil traders looking for exemptions from U.S. sanctions against Iran can’t wait too long to prove they’re working to cut back on purchases from Tehran.
Schneiderman Leaves Behind a Stack of High-Profile Litigation

Schneiderman Leaves Behind a Stack of High-Profile Litigation

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman leaves behind a massive caseload of high-profile litigation and investigations when he steps down Tuesday, amid allegations he physically abused four women.
EU Fights to Keep Iran Nuclear Deal Alive After Trump’s Exit

EU Fights to Keep Iran Nuclear Deal Alive After Trump’s Exit

Donald Trump didn’t kill the Iran nuclear deal. He just shrank its membership by one.
Turnbull Stakes Future on $7/Week Tax Cuts

Turnbull Stakes Future on $7/Week Tax Cuts

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is wooing Australians with the promise of tax cuts as stagnant wage growth erodes living standards.
Bond Managers Worry About California After Jerry Brown Leaves

Bond Managers Worry About California After Jerry Brown Leaves

Bloomberg's Romy Varghese discusses the difficulty the California bond market will have saying goodbye to its Democratic governor on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Ramaphosa Opponent to Quit as Premier of South Africa’s North West

Ramaphosa Opponent to Quit as Premier of South Africa’s North West

Supra Mahumapelo said he will quit as premier of South Africa’s North West province following a spate of violent protests by community members demanding his resignation and access to government
U.S. Orders Review of South Sudan Aid Program Amid Civil War

U.S. Orders Review of South Sudan Aid Program Amid Civil War

The White House on Tuesday ordered a review of aid programs to South Sudan.
Pompeo Lands in North Korea to Pave Way for Summit

Pompeo Lands in North Korea to Pave Way for Summit

Mike Pompeo and Kim Jong Un. Photographer: The White House via Getty Images
Trump Says U.S. Will Exit 'Defective' Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump Says U.S. Will Exit 'Defective' Iran Nuclear Deal

President Donald Trump announces the U.S. will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, breaking with the landmark accord the Islamic Republic signed in 2015. (Source: Bloomberg)
Michael Cohen Puts Up Family Apartment Against Bank Debts

Michael Cohen Puts Up Family Apartment Against Bank Debts

Michael Cohen, the longtime personal attorney for President Donald Trump who has been drawn into a potentially costly legal battle, has put up his family’s Manhattan apartment as collateral for
Chelsea Clinton Says She's Not Running for Office But You Should

Chelsea Clinton Says She's Not Running for Office But You Should

She says she was 3 years old the first time she was asked.