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U.K.'s May Condemns ‘Horrific’ Attack on Civilians in Syria

U.K.'s May Condemns ‘Horrific’ Attack on Civilians in Syria

Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the suspected chemical weapon attack that killed at least 40 Syrian civilians as “horrific” and “reprehensible,” and said the U.K. is “working with allies on any
U.S. Attorney Named to Give Congress Records on Clinton's Emails

U.S. Attorney Named to Give Congress Records on Clinton's Emails

Attorney General Jeff Sessions put Chicago U.S. Attorney John Lausch in charge of providing Congress with documents on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server
Trump Says U.S. Will Respond to Syria Attack ‘Forcefully’

Trump Says U.S. Will Respond to Syria Attack ‘Forcefully’

President Donald Trump said the U.S. will respond “forcefully” to a suspected chemical weapons attack by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime over the weekend, after suggesting earlier that
Macron Not Ready to Wean France Off Spending Addiction Just Yet

Macron Not Ready to Wean France Off Spending Addiction Just Yet

French President Emmanuel Macron’s first annual checkup with the European Union’s budget doctor won’t be pretty.
Trump’s Company Asked Panama’s President for Help in Hotel Dispute

Trump’s Company Asked Panama’s President for Help in Hotel Dispute

U.S. President Donald Trump's company appealed directly to Panama's president to intervene in its fight over control of a luxury hotel.
Agencies Expected to Sign Memo to Speed Up Public Works Approvals

Agencies Expected to Sign Memo to Speed Up Public Works Approvals

More than a dozen federal agencies agreed to slash the time needed for environmental reviews and permitting on major infrastructure projects, a cornerstone of President Donald Trump’s infrastructure
Ryan, Pelosi Grip on Power in Play in November Elections

Ryan, Pelosi Grip on Power in Play in November Elections

The hold House Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi have on their party leadership roles could be the biggest casualties of a November election that may upend control of the chamber and
The Latest: UN Seeks Way to Address Chemical Arms in Syria

The Latest: UN Seeks Way to Address Chemical Arms in Syria

Beirut (AP) -- The latest on the Syrian conflict (all times local):
Malaysia's Mahathir Warns Chinese Investors

Malaysia's Mahathir Warns Chinese Investors

Chinese investors in Malaysia will face tougher scrutiny if former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad wins back power in the upcoming election. Mahathir spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Haslinda Amin
Pentagon Says It's Not Conducting Missile Strikes: Syria Update

Pentagon Says It's Not Conducting Missile Strikes: Syria Update

A Syrian airbase was hit with a missile attack early on Monday, the country’s official news agency reported, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump warned of a “big price to pay” in response to
Must Maintain a Rules Based System for Trade, Dombrovskis Says

Must Maintain a Rules Based System for Trade, Dombrovskis Says

EU should not participate in the trade spat between the U.S. and China , but could leverage its role as the world’s largest market to uphold the rules of international trade, according to European
European Commission V.P. Expects Reciprocity From China

European Commission V.P. Expects Reciprocity From China

European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen says the bloc believes in a rules-based world order and can help settle the trade spat between the U.S. and China. He spoke to Bloomberg TV's Flavia
Orban Zeroes In on Soros-Backed NGOs After Dominating Ballot

Orban Zeroes In on Soros-Backed NGOs After Dominating Ballot

In its first act after dominating Hungary’s parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party vowed to crack down on civil society activists, a move likely to exacerbate ties with his
Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ Tactics Face Ultimate Test With China

Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ Tactics Face Ultimate Test With China

U.S. President Donald Trump walks on the South Lawn of the White House before boarding Marine One in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, March 29, 2018. Trump on Thursday said his concerns with
Malaysia’s Mahathir Pledges to Review China Investment if Re-Elected

Malaysia’s Mahathir Pledges to Review China Investment if Re-Elected

Chinese investors in Malaysia will face more scrutiny if former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad wins back power in the upcoming election.
Facebook Suspends Data Firm Cubeyou in Wake of Privacy Scandal

Facebook Suspends Data Firm Cubeyou in Wake of Privacy Scandal

Facebook Inc. suspended another data firm after allegations surfaced that it may have improperly handled users’ information.
Summers Compares Trump's Amazon Attack to Italy Under Mussolini

Summers Compares Trump's Amazon Attack to Italy Under Mussolini

Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers called Donald Trump’s attacks on Amazon.com Inc. a “jihad” akin to what happened in Benito Mussolini’s Italy and other totalitarian states.
Trump Must Back Up Syria Tough Talk or ‘Look Weak,’ Graham Says

Trump Must Back Up Syria Tough Talk or ‘Look Weak,’ Graham Says

President Donald Trump must follow through on his threat of a “big price to pay” after a suspected chemical attack in Syria, or risk losing credibility in dealings with North Korea and other U.S.
U.S. Confirms North Korean Offer to Talk Denuclearization

U.S. Confirms North Korean Offer to Talk Denuclearization

The U.S. has confirmed that Kim Jong Un is willing to talk to President Donald Trump about getting rid of his nuclear weapons, as South Korea claimed when it passed along the North Korean leader’s
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