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Stormy Daniels Wants ‘Seat at the Table’ in Cohen Document Case, Lawyer Says

Stormy Daniels Wants ‘Seat at the Table’ in Cohen Document Case, Lawyer Says

Stormy Daniels’s lawyer asked to be allowed to join the case over evidence seized from President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen.
Puzder Blames Democrats for 'Toxic' Atmosphere in D.C.

Puzder Blames Democrats for 'Toxic' Atmosphere in D.C.

Andrew Puzder, author of "The Capitalist Comeback" and former CKE Restaurants CEO, discusses the nomination process in Washington, D.C. and President Donald Trump's successes in a wide-ranging
Rep. Gaetz Sees Increased Probability of Medical Marijuana Bill Passing

Rep. Gaetz Sees Increased Probability of Medical Marijuana Bill Passing

Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Florida Republican, discusses the latest developments in the congressional battle over legalized marijuana. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg
U.S. to End Special Protections for 9,000 Nepalese Immigrants

U.S. to End Special Protections for 9,000 Nepalese Immigrants

The Trump administration has decided to end special protections for an estimated 9,000 Nepalese immigrants in the United States.
Fact Check: California Bill Wouldn’t Ban Bible Sales

Fact Check: California Bill Wouldn’t Ban Bible Sales

Bible sales would not be banned in California under proposed state legislation, contrary to widely shared claims by multiple online sites.
Trump, Citing Flight Logs, Says He Stayed Overnight in Moscow in 2013

Trump, Citing Flight Logs, Says He Stayed Overnight in Moscow in 2013

President Donald Trump said he spent the night in Moscow for the 2013 Miss Universe pageant.
Rep. Kaptur Says EPA Chief Pruitt Abused the Office

Rep. Kaptur Says EPA Chief Pruitt Abused the Office

Rep. Marcy Kaptur, an Ohio Democrat, discusses the House committee hearings on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's performance. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and
Senate Confirms Pompeo as Trump’s Secretary of State

Senate Confirms Pompeo as Trump’s Secretary of State

The U.S. Senate confirmed CIA Director Mike Pompeo to be secretary of state after weeks of heated debate that was as much about growing discord over the Trump administration’s handling of diplomacy as
EU Could Shift If U.K. Drops Brexit Red Lines, Irish PM Says

EU Could Shift If U.K. Drops Brexit Red Lines, Irish PM Says

The European Union could show flexibility to the U.K. if it drops its Brexit red lines, which include exiting the customs union, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said.
Trump Protesters in U.K. May Be Disappointed by His July Visit

Trump Protesters in U.K. May Be Disappointed by His July Visit

British opponents of Donald Trump looking forward to shouting at the U.S. president in person this summer could be disappointed. Signs point to him being kept as far away as possible from the masses
Nafta Nations to Meet Again, Mexico Says Deal Possible in Days

Nafta Nations to Meet Again, Mexico Says Deal Possible in Days

The U.S. and its Nafta partners are stepping up efforts to reach a tentative deal in the coming days -- with one Mexican minister saying a pact is “reasonably close” while the U.S. prepares for talks
Former Mob Prosecutor to Get First Look at Michael Cohen’s Seized Files

Former Mob Prosecutor to Get First Look at Michael Cohen’s Seized Files

The first look at documents seized from Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, will go to Barbara Jones, who cut her teeth as a mob prosecutor.
Scaramucci Expects Decision on SkyBridge Sale to HNA Within Week

Scaramucci Expects Decision on SkyBridge Sale to HNA Within Week

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said U.S. officials will make a decision “this week or early next week” about whether to block the sale of his SkyBridge Capital to a
Trump to Visit U.K. July 13, White House Says

Trump to Visit U.K. July 13, White House Says

President Donald Trump will visit the United Kingdom on July 13 for a "working visit" with Prime Minister Theresa May, the White House said.
U.S. Wants ‘Broad’ Agenda With China in Trade Talks, Kudlow Says

U.S. Wants ‘Broad’ Agenda With China in Trade Talks, Kudlow Says

Senior Trump administration officials will push China to address a wide range of trade irritants when they visit the Asian nation in coming days, a top economic adviser to the president said.
Mueller Protection Bill Wins Bipartisan Support on Senate Panel

Mueller Protection Bill Wins Bipartisan Support on Senate Panel

A bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller from being fired without cause won bipartisan support from the Senate Judiciary Committee even as the measure’s opponents warned that President Donald
Trump’s Threat to Ax ‘Insane’ Iran Deal Is Scaring Off Oil Traders

Trump’s Threat to Ax ‘Insane’ Iran Deal Is Scaring Off Oil Traders

Some oil traders are already steering clear of doing business with Iran as U.S. President Donald Trump signals he’ll ditch the nuclear deal with OPEC’s third-largest producer.
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