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Don't Expect Joints If the FDA Ever Approves Medical Marijuana

Don't Expect Joints If the FDA Ever Approves Medical Marijuana

While past marijuana opponents like John Boehner are coming around to legal weed, the Food and Drug Administration isn’t likely to recommend that Americans light up a joint anytime soon.
Trump Says He’ll Announce Decision on Iran Deal on Tuesday

Trump Says He’ll Announce Decision on Iran Deal on Tuesday

President Donald Trump said in a tweet that he’ll announce whether the U.S. will remain in the Iran nuclear accord on Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in Washington, Bloomberg News reports.
Uber Hires Former NTSB Chairman as Adviser in Midst of Crash Inquiry

Uber Hires Former NTSB Chairman as Adviser in Midst of Crash Inquiry

Uber Technologies Inc., whose self-driving car program is reeling from a fatal collision with a pedestrian, has hired Christopher Hart, the former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board,
Obamacare Premiums to Surge Next Year, Early Requests Show

Obamacare Premiums to Surge Next Year, Early Requests Show

The first glimpse of what health-insurance companies plan to charge for Obamacare plans next year suggests there’s no relief ahead for consumers saddled with high premiums.

U.S Sanctions Venezuelans, Including Ex-Intelligence Official

The Treasury Department announced new sanctions on three Venezuelans as the U.S. ratchets up pressure on the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
The Shifting Stories From Trump's Legal Team

The Shifting Stories From Trump's Legal Team

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Daniel Goldman discusses Rudy Giuliani's recent interviews and the shifting stories from President Donald Trump's legal team. He
JPM's Ulrich Expects Trade Frictions to Continue

JPM's Ulrich Expects Trade Frictions to Continue

JPMorgan Asia-Pacific Vice-Chairman Jing Ulrich does not expect a trade war between China and the U.S., but does see trade frictions continuing. She spoke exclusively with Stephen Engle at the
Drug Plans Drop After Trump Official Targets PBMs Ahead of Speech

Drug Plans Drop After Trump Official Targets PBMs Ahead of Speech

Shares of CVS Health Corp. and Express Scripts Holding Co. slipped Monday after one of the Trump administration’s top health-care officials said the companies’ roles as intermediaries between
Hezbollah-Led Alliance Emerges Most Powerful From Lebanon Vote

Hezbollah-Led Alliance Emerges Most Powerful From Lebanon Vote

IHezbollah and its allies looked set to emerge as the most powerful alliance in Lebanon’s next parliament.
German Ambassador Heusgen Says Iran Accord Is a 'Good Deal'

German Ambassador Heusgen Says Iran Accord Is a 'Good Deal'

Christoph Heusgen, German ambassador to the United Nations, discusses the Iran nuclear deal, Germany's push for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council, diplomacy between North and South
Five Star Fires Starting Gun for New Italian Elections

Five Star Fires Starting Gun for New Italian Elections

Italy’s Five Star Movement has abandoned its efforts to form a government and is gearing up for fresh elections.
New York Corporate Leaders Create PAC to Boost Clout in Washington

New York Corporate Leaders Create PAC to Boost Clout in Washington

The Partnership for New York City, a civic group of more than 300 corporate chief executives, created a federal political-action committee to push for projects and legislation considered crucial to
If You Want to Change the World, You Need the Kids

If You Want to Change the World, You Need the Kids

Bill Drayton is fostering the “skill that society is desperate for” by raising a generation of supersocial entrepreneurs.
Greek Debt Won't Be Repaid, Former Finance Minister Says

Greek Debt Won't Be Repaid, Former Finance Minister Says

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis discusses the launch of his new political party, and the repayment of Greek debt to the EU. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn and Mark Barton on
Pence Demands That Venezuela Suspend ‘So-Called’ Elections

Pence Demands That Venezuela Suspend ‘So-Called’ Elections

Vice President Mike Pence called on Venezuela to suspend its presidential election later this month because of corruption concerns, declaring that the results would be fraudulent.
Trump Aide ‘Confident’ CIA Nominee Will Be Confirmed

Trump Aide ‘Confident’ CIA Nominee Will Be Confirmed

Donald Trump’s legislative liaison Marc Short said Monday he is “confident” the Senate will confirm the president’s nominee to lead the CIA despite her oversight of a facility where a U.S. captive was
Park `Dangerous' Old Ford Pickups Until Recalls Done, U.S. Says

Park `Dangerous' Old Ford Pickups Until Recalls Done, U.S. Says

U.S. auto safety regulators again warned drivers that certain older pickups made by Ford Motor Co. should be parked until they replace dangerous air bags that can explode in a crash.
Trump Asks West Virginia Republicans Not to Vote for Blankenship

Trump Asks West Virginia Republicans Not to Vote for Blankenship

President Donald Trump implored Republicans in West Virginia not to vote for Donald Blankenship in that state’s Republican primary on Tuesday, saying the candidate -- a coal executive who served
Italy’s Center-Right, Five Star Boost Chances of New Elections Soon

Italy’s Center-Right, Five Star Boost Chances of New Elections Soon

Italy’s two biggest political forces rejected the idea of a government of technocrats in talks with President Sergio Mattarella, increasing the chances of new elections as early as July to overcome a
California’s Governor Race Has Bond Investors Worried

California’s Governor Race Has Bond Investors Worried

Saying goodbye to Jerry Brown is tough for the bond market. A progressive with a frugal bent, the Democratic governor won fans on Wall Street. As analyst Ben Woo put it, “He is the one who saved