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Cambridge Analytica Affiliate Gave John Bolton Facebook Data, Documents Indicate

Cambridge Analytica Affiliate Gave John Bolton Facebook Data, Documents Indicate

A British company at the heart of the Facebook data privacy scandal agreed to give a PAC founded by John Bolton data harvested from millions of Facebook users, documents released by Parliament show.
Brazil’s President Is So Unpopular His Party Doesn’t Want Him to Run

Brazil’s President Is So Unpopular His Party Doesn’t Want Him to Run

Brazil’s President Michel Temer is so unpopular that he has so far failed to convinced many in his own party that he is a viable candidate for the country’s top job in this year’s elections.
Roseanne Barr Says Trump Called Her After Show’s Reboot Debut

Roseanne Barr Says Trump Called Her After Show’s Reboot Debut

President Donald Trump called Roseanne Barr after an estimated 18.4 million viewers tuned in for the reboot of “Roseanne.”

Man Stripped to Torso in Parliament Shows Turkish Transformation

A 60-year-old man found himself humiliated on Turkish TV when police forced him to strip down at parliament and remove a t-shirt bearing the image of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern and
President Trump's White House Shuffle

President Trump's White House Shuffle

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses changes to the Trump administration and looks ahead to the midterm elections. He speaks with Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
Finding Your Name on Russia’s  Hit List

Finding Your Name on Russia’s Hit List

The nerve-gas poisoning of a former KGB agent in the U.K. has Moscow’s foes spooked
Egypt’s El-Sisi Bags Election Win Against ‘Mousa Something’

Egypt’s El-Sisi Bags Election Win Against ‘Mousa Something’

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi was set to sweep to victory with more than 90 percent of the vote in this week’s election, crushing his one token challenger after credible competitors were
Trump Flying Solo Leaves Kelly in the Dark

Trump Flying Solo Leaves Kelly in the Dark

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How Even a Convicted Lula Might Sway Brazilian Politics

How Even a Convicted Lula Might Sway Brazilian Politics

Nonths after his conviction on corruption charges, former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva still dominates Brazilian politics. Will he be able to make good on his pledge to return to power eight
Judgment Date for Islamic State Suspect Abdeslam Set for April 23

Judgment Date for Islamic State Suspect Abdeslam Set for April 23

The sole surviving suspect in the Paris extremist attacks who was once Europe's most wanted fugitive will hear his judgment in an attempted murder case on April 23.
Saudi Prince Meets New York Rabbis in Rare Interfaith Gesture

Saudi Prince Meets New York Rabbis in Rare Interfaith Gesture

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman met a group of religious leaders in New York, including two rabbis.
Republicans Promised to Cut the Deficit. It’s Only Getting Worse

Republicans Promised to Cut the Deficit. It’s Only Getting Worse

Tax cuts enacted this year will likely increase the U.S. government debt load.
Kelly Loses White House Clout as Trump Blazes Own Path

Kelly Loses White House Clout as Trump Blazes Own Path

White House chief of staff John Kelly has lost some of his clout following recent missteps and wasn’t at President Donald Trump’s side for recent crucial decisions on staffing and policy moves,
Washington Leak Culture Meets Wall Street's Insider-Trading Cops

Washington Leak Culture Meets Wall Street's Insider-Trading Cops

The federal prosecutors who sent Wall Streeters to prison for trading on insider information are taking on Washington’s culture of leaks in a first-of-its-kind trial next week.
Facebook Could Be Fined Millions for Violating Consent Deal

Facebook Could Be Fined Millions for Violating Consent Deal

Former Federal Trade Commission officials say that Facebook Inc. appears to have breached a 2011 consent agreement to safeguard users’ personal information and may be facing hundreds of millions of
Nobel Winner Malala Yousafzai Visits Pakistan for First Time Since Attack

Nobel Winner Malala Yousafzai Visits Pakistan for First Time Since Attack

Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai made her first visit to Pakistan since she was shot by Taliban militants in 2012 near her home in the northern Swat Valley.
Two Koreas Set April 27 for Kim Jong Un's Historic Walk South

Two Koreas Set April 27 for Kim Jong Un's Historic Walk South

Kim Jong Un could become the first North Korean leader in history to enter South Korea in just over four weeks, when he steps across the heavily fortified border for a summit with President Moon
Brexit Bulletin: The Countdown Edition

Brexit Bulletin: The Countdown Edition

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U.S. Envoy Says China Retaliation on Soybeans Would Backfire

U.S. Envoy Says China Retaliation on Soybeans Would Backfire

U.S. Ambassador Terry Branstad warned China against retaliatory measures aimed at imports of American soybeans, as the world’s two largest economies edged closer to a trade war.

Kenya Deports Politician Again in Defiance of Court Order

Kenyan authorities deported a politician for the second time, disregarding a court order to release the former adviser to opposition leader Raila Odinga who they’d detained for two days.
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