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Macron Proposes New Iran Deal in Pitch to Keep Trump on Board

Macron Proposes New Iran Deal in Pitch to Keep Trump on Board

Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump at the White House on April 24.
Trump Threatens Iran Over Nuclear Program in Macron Meeting

Trump Threatens Iran Over Nuclear Program in Macron Meeting

President Donald Trump warned Iran not to restart its nuclear program as French President Emmanuel Macron urged him to remain in the multi-nation nuclear deal reached in 2015. Bloomberg's Bill Faries
G-7 Says Tech Firms Like Facebook, Twitter Will Be ‘Held to Account’

G-7 Says Tech Firms Like Facebook, Twitter Will Be ‘Held to Account’

Group of Seven nations are searching for ways to crack down on “disinformation campaigns” that threaten democracies -- and suggesting tech giants could face consequences if they don’t cooperate.
Sessions Declines to Recuse Himself From Probe Into Trump Lawyer

Sessions Declines to Recuse Himself From Probe Into Trump Lawyer

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided against recusing himself from the investigation into President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, but will consider stepping back from specific
Trump Wants Macron to Be Perfect—and to Know Who’s Boss

Trump Wants Macron to Be Perfect—and to Know Who’s Boss

The latest installment of Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron’s alpha-male one-upmanship played out at the White House Tuesday during a state visit by the French leader.
Trump Wants ‘Detente’ With Russia, U.S. Envoy to Moscow Says

Trump Wants ‘Detente’ With Russia, U.S. Envoy to Moscow Says

President Donald Trump is seeking a “detente” with Russia and wants to work with his counterpart Vladimir Putin to achieve this, according to the U.S. ambassador in Moscow.
Trump Praises North Korea’s Kim as ‘Very Honorable’

Trump Praises North Korea’s Kim as ‘Very Honorable’

President Donald Trump complimented Kim Jong Un as “very honorable” so far and said he hopes to hold his summit with the North Korean leader “very soon.”
South Sudan Leader Rejects Calls to Resign as Part of Peace Deal

South Sudan Leader Rejects Calls to Resign as Part of Peace Deal

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir rejected calls from some opposition groups to resign as part of a deal to end the four-year civil war in the oil-producing African nation.
Trump Says Mnuchin Going to China to Negotiate Trade in Days

Trump Says Mnuchin Going to China to Negotiate Trade in Days

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will depart for China to negotiate over U.S. trade disputes within days, President Donald Trump said.
Trump Welcomes Macron for First State Visit

Trump Welcomes Macron for First State Visit

Donald Trump welcomes French President Emmanuel Macron for his inaugural visit to Washington, D.C. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Signals His Veterans Affairs Nominee May Need to Withdraw

Trump Signals His Veterans Affairs Nominee May Need to Withdraw

President Donald Trump said White House physician Ronny Jackson should consider withdrawing his nomination as Veterans Affairs secretary as a Senate panel opened a review into allegations of improper
Macron Says He Wants ‘New Accord’ After Trump Threatens Iran

Macron Says He Wants ‘New Accord’ After Trump Threatens Iran

French President Emmanuel Macron said he wants to negotiate a new agreement with Iran that would curb its development of ballistic missiles and contain its involvement in regional wars, in addition to
Zimbabwe Foreign Minister Backtracks on Allowing Diaspora Vote

Zimbabwe Foreign Minister Backtracks on Allowing Diaspora Vote

Zimbabwe doesn’t have enough time before this year’s general elections to make the constitutional changes necessary to allow people living outside the country to vote, Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo
U.S. Supreme Court Shields Corporations From Human-Rights Suits

U.S. Supreme Court Shields Corporations From Human-Rights Suits

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that victims of overseas atrocities can’t use a centuries-old law to sue foreign corporations for complicity, blunting what once was a favorite legal tool for human-rights
White House Stands by Veterans Affairs Pick After Senate Delay

White House Stands by Veterans Affairs Pick After Senate Delay

The Trump administration is standing behind White House physician Ronny L. Jackson after his confirmation to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs was slowed by questions about his background and
World’s Richest Country Showcases Ancient Books in New Library

World’s Richest Country Showcases Ancient Books in New Library

Thousand year-old books have settled in the most futuristic of homes, gently cooled and shielded from the sun in an underground chamber of Qatar’s National Library.
Suffragist Is First Woman to Get Statue Outside U.K. Parliament

Suffragist Is First Woman to Get Statue Outside U.K. Parliament

London (AP) -- A bronze statue of women's rights campaigner Millicent Fawcett was unveiled Tuesday outside Britain's Parliament — the first woman to be commemorated there alongside statues of 11 men
Why This May Not Be the Best Time for Trump to End Iran Deal

Why This May Not Be the Best Time for Trump to End Iran Deal

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses how French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Donald Trump may handle the issue of the Iran nuclear deal. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source:
Finland's Ruling Coalition Is at Risk After Lawmaker Defection

Finland's Ruling Coalition Is at Risk After Lawmaker Defection

Finland’s government grew a little shakier today after a lawmaker switched allegiance and a junior coalition partner said it was reviewing its options.
Singapore Adds Another Woman to Its Male-Dominated Cabinet

Singapore Adds Another Woman to Its Male-Dominated Cabinet

They may not be among the perceived front runners to take over as Singapore’s next prime minister, but women made some progress in Singapore’s latest Cabinet reshuffle.