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Trump Says Meeting With Kim 'Broken Down to Two or Three Locations'

Trump Says Meeting With Kim 'Broken Down to Two or Three Locations'

President Donald Trump cited a 'lot of positive things happening' and discussed the plans for his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He speaks with reporters during a meeting with German
Nafta Nations Won’t Wrap Up Talks Before U.S. Trip to China

Nafta Nations Won’t Wrap Up Talks Before U.S. Trip to China

A push for a tentative Nafta deal in coming days has come up short despite progress on key issues, with ministers not meeting again until after a U.S. trade trip to China.
Pence Says Man Who Wrestled Gun Away at Waffle House Is ‘American Hero’

Pence Says Man Who Wrestled Gun Away at Waffle House Is ‘American Hero’

Vice President Mike Pence says James Shaw Jr., who wrestled an AR-15 rifle away from a gunman at a Nashville Waffle House, is an American hero.
Trump Says Planning for Historic Kim Meeting ‘Going Very Well’

Trump Says Planning for Historic Kim Meeting ‘Going Very Well’

President Donald Trump said details of his potential summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un are being ironed out, and that he’d spoken with the leaders of South Korea and Japan about preparations for
Manafort’s Civil Suit Against Justice Department Is Dismissed

Manafort’s Civil Suit Against Justice Department Is Dismissed

Paul Manafort lost his civil lawsuit attacking Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s authority to charge him with crimes unrelated to his role as President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman.
Armenian President Steps In to Mediate Political Standoff

Armenian President Steps In to Mediate Political Standoff

Armenian President Armen Sarkissian said he’s trying to defuse a deepening political crisis by mediating between the ruling party and the opposition ahead of a crucial vote in parliament on a new
Hassett Says GDP Report Proves Trump's Tax Cuts Are Working

Hassett Says GDP Report Proves Trump's Tax Cuts Are Working

Kevin Hassett, White House Council of Economic Advisers chairman, discusses the first-quarter U.S. GDP data and the outlook for the economy with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets."
Ryan’s Firing of House Chaplain Sparks Uproar

Ryan’s Firing of House Chaplain Sparks Uproar

Democrats erupted Friday over House Speaker Paul Ryan's move to oust the House chaplain, saying Ryan hasn't offered any explanation.
Merkel Arrives at White House to High Stakes, Low Expectations

Merkel Arrives at White House to High Stakes, Low Expectations

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived at the White House on Friday for a set of meetings with President Donald Trump.
What's at Stake If Trump Kills the Nuclear Deal With Iran?

What's at Stake If Trump Kills the Nuclear Deal With Iran?

U.S. President Donald Trump has until May 12 to decide whether to perhaps fatally undermine a years-in-the-making nuclear deal with Iran, with the consequences likely to be felt from Middle East war
NRA Tells Judge It Fears Harassment in Suit Over Florida Gun Law

NRA Tells Judge It Fears Harassment in Suit Over Florida Gun Law

Two 19-year-old Florida residents who joined the National Rifle Association in suing over the state’s new gun-control law asked a federal judge to let them remain anonymous, saying they fear for their
U.S. Presses China to Address IP Concern Amid Tariff Dispute

U.S. Presses China to Address IP Concern Amid Tariff Dispute

The U.S. issued a new warning to China on its handling of intellectual property as President Donald Trump prepares to dispatch senior advisers to the Asian nation to head off a trade dispute.
No Russia Collusion, House Republicans Say in Their Final Report

No Russia Collusion, House Republicans Say in Their Final Report

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee released a final report on Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election that says they found no collusion with Moscow.
Nobel Prize for Trump? Some See a Path

Nobel Prize for Trump? Some See a Path

Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer credited U.S. President Donald Trump’s “priority and pressure” as a key catalyst to the Koreas’ agreement Friday to pursue the denuclearization of the peninsula.
Trump May Appear Monthly on ‘Fox & Friends’, Aide Says

Trump May Appear Monthly on ‘Fox & Friends’, Aide Says

The day after President Donald Trump’s at-times rambling appearance on the “Fox & Friends” morning cable show, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said it could become a monthly gig.
Kim’s Historic Korea Peace Push Leaves Nuclear Question to Trump

Kim’s Historic Korea Peace Push Leaves Nuclear Question to Trump

Kim Jong Un’s historic call for peace also included an unspoken message to U.S. President Donald Trump: North Korea won’t surrender its nuclear weapons easily.
From Pay Rises to New Banks, Here's Greece's Post-Bailout Plan

From Pay Rises to New Banks, Here's Greece's Post-Bailout Plan

Ever wondered what Greece plans to do with its economic freedom once it escapes the shackles of its bailout in August?
What an End to the 68-Year Korean War Would Mean

What an End to the 68-Year Korean War Would Mean

As neighborly disputes go, this one really has dragged on. Some 65 years since open hostilities ended, North and South Korea are still technically at war. However, after a sudden warming of relations
The Fall and Rise of Michael Gove, May's Brexit Bellwether

The Fall and Rise of Michael Gove, May's Brexit Bellwether

As Theresa May charts the U.K.’s perilous path out of the European Union, there’s one man whose verdict on her plan matters more than almost anyone else in her team. It’s the minister responsible for
Trump Takes Cautious Approach to Korea Deal

Trump Takes Cautious Approach to Korea Deal

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on peace talks between North and South Korea. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)