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Rep. Zeldin Says U.S. Should Be Willing to Decertify Iran Deal

Rep. Zeldin Says U.S. Should Be Willing to Decertify Iran Deal

Rep. Lee Zeldin discusses French President Macron's proposed amendments to the Iran nuclear deal, and Macron's call for the U.S. to rejoin the Paris climate accord. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery
Apple’s Tim Cook Meets With Trump in Oval Office

Apple’s Tim Cook Meets With Trump in Oval Office

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook met with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Wednesday amid a brewing trade war between the U.S. and China.
U.K. Chancellor Told to Get ‘Emotional’ Over Gender Pay Gap

U.K. Chancellor Told to Get ‘Emotional’ Over Gender Pay Gap

U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond reminded lawmakers why he’s nicknamed “Spreadsheet Phil” on Wednesday.
Macron Makes Case for New Iran Deal to Congress

Macron Makes Case for New Iran Deal to Congress

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli and Caroline Connan report on French President Emmanuel Macron's speech to Congress in which he addresses the Iran nuclear deal. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets: European
Tribalism in the Age of Trump

Tribalism in the Age of Trump

Jonah Goldberg, author of "Suicide of the West" and senior editor at National Review, discusses cabinet appointments in the Trump administration and the idea of politics as entertainment. He speaks on
Macron Says He's Sure U.S. Will Return to the Paris Climate Accord

Macron Says He's Sure U.S. Will Return to the Paris Climate Accord

French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the U.S. Congress about climate change. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump-Macron Bromance in Full Swing on State Visit

Trump-Macron Bromance in Full Swing on State Visit

The latest installment of Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron’s alpha male one-upmanship.
Pentagon Classifies Study of F-35 Jet’s Challenges in Pacific

Pentagon Classifies Study of F-35 Jet’s Challenges in Pacific

The Pentagon classified an assessment of the major challenges the Marine Corps encountered in deploying the U.S.’s first F-35 jets to the Pacific, according to a new Government Accountability Office
Brexit, Security and Rule of Law to Come Into Focus in EU Budget

Brexit, Security and Rule of Law to Come Into Focus in EU Budget

The European Union’s executive arm will kick off a political battle next week over the bloc’s post-Brexit budget by urging reductions in farm and regional aid to allow for more spending on security.
Guests Worth $120 Billion Eat With Trump at First State Dinner

Guests Worth $120 Billion Eat With Trump at First State Dinner

Eight of the world’s wealthiest people attended President Donald Trump’s first state dinner last night along with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron.
U.K. Lords Inflict Further Defeat on May Over Key Brexit Bill

U.K. Lords Inflict Further Defeat on May Over Key Brexit Bill

The U.K.’s upper house defeated Prime Minister Theresa May on her flagship Brexit legislation for the sixth time in eight days, this time attempting to strip ministers of powers she hoped to grant
Hammond Says Plan Is Still for Balanced U.K. Budget in Mid-2020s

Hammond Says Plan Is Still for Balanced U.K. Budget in Mid-2020s

U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond hailed an economy “moving in the right direction” after the latest fiscal year saw government borrowing fall to levels last seen before the financial
Macron Tells U.S. Turning Its Back on World Is Bigger Risk

Macron Tells U.S. Turning Its Back on World Is Bigger Risk

French President Emmanuel Macron told U.S. lawmakers they must join with the international community to help preserve and extend the benefits of the postwar world order.
Trump’s Gamble for Quick Trade Deal With China May Be a Long Shot

Trump’s Gamble for Quick Trade Deal With China May Be a Long Shot

President Donald Trump is dispatching two top economic deputies to China in hopes of a quick deal on trade. They may find the reality on the ground more daunting.
Judge Stokes Dreamers’ Hopes After Congressional Standoff

Judge Stokes Dreamers’ Hopes After Congressional Standoff

President Donald Trump’s plan to dismantle the DACA program suffered yet another setback as a federal judge set a road map for enrolling new undocumented immigrants.
White House Sends Mixed Signals on VA Nominee

White House Sends Mixed Signals on VA Nominee

The White House continued to send conflicting signals Wednesday on its nominee to head the Veterans Affairs Department, Ronny Jackson, even as it defended him against allegations of improper behavior
Trump Travel Ban Looks Poised for Victory at U.S. Supreme Court

Trump Travel Ban Looks Poised for Victory at U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court appeared poised to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban as two key justices used an argument session to aim skeptical questions at a lawyer challenging the policy.
Hatch Opposes Bill to Protect Mueller But Cites Impeachment Risk

Hatch Opposes Bill to Protect Mueller But Cites Impeachment Risk

Senator Orrin Hatch warned that President Donald Trump could be impeached if he fires Robert Mueller but said he would oppose a bill aimed at protecting the special counsel because he believes it
Liberal Justices Question Trump’s Travel Ban

Liberal Justices Question Trump’s Travel Ban

Liberal members of the Supreme Court questioned President Donald Trump’s travel ban as the justices took their first direct look at a policy that indefinitely bars more than 150 million people from
Trump and Cohen Ready With Teams of Lawyers for Records Review

Trump and Cohen Ready With Teams of Lawyers for Records Review

President Donald Trump, his personal business and his longtime lawyer Michael Cohen say they’re ready with teams of attorneys to conduct a review of materials seized during an FBI search of Cohen’s
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