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Brexit Bulletin: A New Idea for Ireland

Brexit Bulletin: A New Idea for Ireland

Today in Brexit: The U.K. has a new proposal on the Irish border, as a June deadline looms.
North and South Korea Dismantle Propaganda Loudspeakers at Border

North and South Korea Dismantle Propaganda Loudspeakers at Border

The rival Koreas dismantled huge loudspeakers used to blare Cold War-style propaganda across their tense border on Tuesday, as South Korea's president asked the United Nations to observe the North's
Netanyahu’s Iran Revelations Were Aimed at an Audience of One

Netanyahu’s Iran Revelations Were Aimed at an Audience of One

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the stage in Tel Aviv on Monday to expose what he said was more than a decade of Iranian nuclear deception. Critics said he didn’t reveal anything new.
Manafort Asks Judge to Probe FBI Leaks During Investigation

Manafort Asks Judge to Probe FBI Leaks During Investigation

Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, asked a judge to investigate FBI leaks of secret grand-jury information that came before his indictments.
Dominican Republic Establishes China Ties in Taiwan Blow

Dominican Republic Establishes China Ties in Taiwan Blow

The Dominican Republic established diplomatic relations with China, in a new blow to Taiwan as Beijing seeks to isolate the self-governed island.
Michael Cohen Hit With New Taxi Taxes, Owes New York $282,000

Michael Cohen Hit With New Taxi Taxes, Owes New York $282,000

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, has been hit this month with more than $185,000 in new state warrants for unpaid taxes on his taxicab companies.
Manafort Asks Judge to Dismiss Tax Count in Virginia Case

Manafort Asks Judge to Dismiss Tax Count in Virginia Case

Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman to President Donald Trump, asked a judge to dismiss one of several tax counts against him in a Virginia indictment.
The U.K. Labour Party’s Plan to Cut Energy Bills for Low-Income Households

The U.K. Labour Party’s Plan to Cut Energy Bills for Low-Income Households

Britain’s opposition Labour party plans to spend 2.3 billion pounds (3.2 billion) installing insulation in low-income households to help bring down what it says are “skyrocketing” energy bills.
Mnuchin Says U.S. Isn't Looking to Put Rusal Out of Business

Mnuchin Says U.S. Isn't Looking to Put Rusal Out of Business

The U.S. isn’t seeking to put Russian aluminum giant United Co. Rusal out of business by sanctioning the company, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said, but its majority owner Oleg Deripaska must
U.K. Proposes Solution to Brexit Deadlock Over Irish Border

U.K. Proposes Solution to Brexit Deadlock Over Irish Border

The U.K. is proposing a new plan to kick-start stalled Brexit talks and make progress on the vexed issue of the Irish border as negotiations resume in Brussels this week.
Democrats Tell Judge ‘Emoluments Clause’ Applies to Trump

Democrats Tell Judge ‘Emoluments Clause’ Applies to Trump

A group of almost 200 Democrats who’ve sued President Donald Trump told a judge he must comply with a Constitutional provision that would bar his businesses from taking money from foreign governments.
U.K. Eyes Southeast Asia for Post-Brexit Trade Bursts

U.K. Eyes Southeast Asia for Post-Brexit Trade Bursts

The lone non-Asian trade minister at last week’s Southeast Asian leaders’ summit in Singapore, U.K. Trade Minister Greg Hands had plenty of room to make the case that Brexit won’t interfere with his
Former Boehner Aide Eyed for Oil Trade Group CEO

Former Boehner Aide Eyed for Oil Trade Group CEO

The American Petroleum Institute is recruiting a former top Republican congressional staffer to lead the oil industry trade group, according to people familiar with the hiring deliberations.
Sen. Corker Says Best Course of Action Is to Fix Iran Deal

Sen. Corker Says Best Course of Action Is to Fix Iran Deal

Senator Bob Corker, a Republican from Tennessee, discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's announcement that Iran had secret nuclear weapons plans. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu
HNA, SkyBridge Drop Deal as Scaramucci Plans Return

HNA, SkyBridge Drop Deal as Scaramucci Plans Return

HNA Group Co. and SkyBridge Capital have agreed to drop the Chinese conglomerate’s plan to acquire the investment firm. Founder Anthony Scaramucci will return as a co-managing partner.
Justice Sotomayor Will Have Shoulder Replaced After Fracture

Justice Sotomayor Will Have Shoulder Replaced After Fracture

Justice Sonia Sotomayor will have shoulder-replacement surgery Tuesday morning after falling two weeks ago, the U.S. Supreme Court said.
Trump’s Approval Rating Rises to 42%, Highest Gallup Reading in 11 Months

Trump’s Approval Rating Rises to 42%, Highest Gallup Reading in 11 Months

President Donald Trump’s job approval rating rose to its highest level in almost a year, according to polling data released Monday by Gallup.
Trump Hints at Ending 'Horrible' Iran Deal

Trump Hints at Ending 'Horrible' Iran Deal

U.S. President Donald Trump comments on the Iran nuclear deal during a joint news conference with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Says DMZ Is a Possible Site for Meeting With North Korea's Kim

Trump Says DMZ Is a Possible Site for Meeting With North Korea's Kim

U.S. President Donald Trump comments on his planned meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un during a joint news conference with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Hints at U.S. Ending Iran Deal After Netanyahu Speech

Trump Hints at U.S. Ending Iran Deal After Netanyahu Speech

President Donald Trump hinted he plans to withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord.