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Airport Cleans Up After Night of Protest Chaos: Hong Kong Update

Airport Cleans Up After Night of Protest Chaos: Hong Kong Update

Hong Kong’s airport resumed normal operations after a chaotic night of protest in which demonstrators beat and detained two suspected infiltrators and President Donald Trump warned of Chinese troops
Buttigieg Flips Chops With the Iowa Pork Queen: Campaign Update

Buttigieg Flips Chops With the Iowa Pork Queen: Campaign Update

Pete Buttigieg won over royalty Tuesday at the Iowa State Fair.
Hong Kong Billionaire Breaks Silence, Urges Protesters to Ease Off

Hong Kong Billionaire Breaks Silence, Urges Protesters to Ease Off

Ten weeks into the protests that have rattled the Asian financial hub to its core, Hong Kong’s billionaires are beginning to break their silence as the costs of escalating violence mount.
U.K. Doesn’t See EU Moving on Brexit for at Least a Month

U.K. Doesn’t See EU Moving on Brexit for at Least a Month

The U.K. government doesn’t expect the European Union to shift its position on Brexit for at least a month, a person familiar with the matter said.
Brazil Economic Activity Gauge Flashes Recession as Woes Mount

Brazil Economic Activity Gauge Flashes Recession as Woes Mount

Brazil likely fell into recession in the second quarter according to a key gauge of economic activity that comes as policy makers grapple with high unemployment and weak investments.
Scaramucci Says GOP May Need to Replace Trump at Top of Ticket

Scaramucci Says GOP May Need to Replace Trump at Top of Ticket

Anthony Scaramucci, who only lasted as Donald Trump’s communications director for 11 days, suggested the Republican Party consider a different 2020 nominee because of the president’s actions.
Blame Game Begins as Tariffs Nick U.S., China Growth

Blame Game Begins as Tariffs Nick U.S., China Growth

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How Many Chinese Soldiers Are in Hong Kong and Why

How Many Chinese Soldiers Are in Hong Kong and Why

After weeks of anti-government protests in Hong Kong, anxiety is growing that China might mobilize the People’s Liberation Army -- as it did 30 years ago to quash demonstrations in Beijing’s Tiananmen
Germany Moves to Scratch Reunification Tax Worth $21 Billion

Germany Moves to Scratch Reunification Tax Worth $21 Billion

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Airport Looks to Reopen Early Tuesday Morning: Hong Kong Update

Airport Looks to Reopen Early Tuesday Morning: Hong Kong Update

Hong Kong airport authorities canceled remaining flights on Monday after protesters swarmed the main terminal building for a fourth day, the biggest disruption yet to the city’s economy since
Argentina Can’t Shake Its Turmoil Without End

Argentina Can’t Shake Its Turmoil Without End

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Democrats Wary of Hardball Tactics on Trump: Campaign Update

Democrats Wary of Hardball Tactics on Trump: Campaign Update

Democratic candidates aren’t necessarily all on board with the tactics being used to oppose President Donald Trump and other Republicans, amid criticism they’re guilty of turning up the heat -- rather
French Ministers Call for Their Own Jeffrey Epstein Investigation

French Ministers Call for Their Own Jeffrey Epstein Investigation

Two French ministers called for an investigation into possible French victims of deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein, saying that U.S. probes into his alleged sex trafficking have indicated links to
Russia Says Small Nuclear Reactor Blew Up in Deadly Accident

Russia Says Small Nuclear Reactor Blew Up in Deadly Accident

The failed missile test that ended in an explosion killing five scientists last week on Russia’s White Sea involved a small nuclear reactor, according to a top official at the institute where they
When Midwest Startups Sell, Their Hometown Schools Often Lose

When Midwest Startups Sell, Their Hometown Schools Often Lose

Cities keep handing tax incentives to local companies, even after they’ve cashed in.
Flights Canceled for the Rest of Today Out of Hong Kong

Flights Canceled for the Rest of Today Out of Hong Kong

All flights out of Hong Kong’s airport have been cancelled today after violence intensified in the 10th week of protests in the city. Last night, demonstrators hurled projectiles, including petrol
Ramaphosa Gets Interdict in South African Campaign Funding Probe

Ramaphosa Gets Interdict in South African Campaign Funding Probe

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa secured another victory in his protracted battle with the nation’s graft ombudsman when the High Court granted him an interdict suspending her directive to
Salvini Outlines Plan of Attack With Italian Government in Chaos

Salvini Outlines Plan of Attack With Italian Government in Chaos

With Italy facing the prospect of a snap election this fall, Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini is mapping out the way forward if his anti-immigrant League party takes control.
I Lost My Identity to a Fraudster, and It Took Six Years to Clean Up the Mess

I Lost My Identity to a Fraudster, and It Took Six Years to Clean Up the Mess

A Bloomberg reporter’s first-person account of trying to get back his name and credit rating.
Mueller-Fueled FARA Fear Grips Washington as Craig Goes to Trial

Mueller-Fueled FARA Fear Grips Washington as Craig Goes to Trial

Gregory Craig has been a top White House lawyer, a partner in two prestigious Washington law firms, and a graduate of both Harvard University and Yale Law School. Just six years ago he was called one