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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)
One Small Step Across the Border Between Two Koreas

One Small Step Across the Border Between Two Koreas

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AP NewsAlert: Palace: William And Kate's New Son Is Named Louis Arthur Charles

AP NewsAlert: Palace: William And Kate's New Son Is Named Louis Arthur Charles

London (AP) -- Palace: William and Kate's new son is named Louis Arthur Charles.
Warren Asks If Mulvaney Also Favors Lobbyist Donors at CFPB

Warren Asks If Mulvaney Also Favors Lobbyist Donors at CFPB

Senator Elizabeth Warren is asking a pointed question about Mick Mulvaney’s assertion that when he was in Congress he gave preferential treatment to lobbyists who donated money to his political
Two Koreas Agree to End War This Year, Pursue Denuclearization

Two Koreas Agree to End War This Year, Pursue Denuclearization

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed Friday to finally end a seven-decade war this year, and pursue the “complete denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula.
Romanian Tensions Resurface as President Wants Premier Out

Romanian Tensions Resurface as President Wants Premier Out

Romania is heading into another bout of tension after President Klaus Iohannis called for the prime minister to step down because of a spat over foreign policy and the budget.
McConnell Cements a Legacy for Trump With Reshaped Courts

McConnell Cements a Legacy for Trump With Reshaped Courts

President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are rapidly filling U.S. federal courts with young conservatives.
Will Cohen Flip? Tenuous Finances May Provide Crucial Clues

Will Cohen Flip? Tenuous Finances May Provide Crucial Clues

In the two weeks since federal agents seized the files of Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney and fixer, a question has hovered: Will Cohen cooperate with investigators?
EU Risks Being ‘Collateral Damage’ in U.S.-China Trade Fight

EU Risks Being ‘Collateral Damage’ in U.S.-China Trade Fight

The European Union is ready to retaliate against the U.S. if Washington decides next week to make tariffs on metals imports permanent, according to French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire.
Brexit Bulletin: A Final Position?

Brexit Bulletin: A Final Position?

Today in Brexit: The battle over customs union membership continues to rage as the home secretary signals the government’s position isn’t fixed.
Finnish Lawmakers Propose Rehn as Bank of Finland Governor

Finnish Lawmakers Propose Rehn as Bank of Finland Governor

Olli Rehn took another step on a path to succeed Erkki Liikanen as governor of Finland’s central bank.
When Kim Met Moon: In Pictures

When Kim Met Moon: In Pictures

With Koreans glued to their screens — and much of the world watching — Kim Jong Un's historic trip to South Korea seemed to run as smooth as clockwork. After shaking hands with President Moon Jae-in