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Can Any More Elections Be Won Fairly?

Can Any More Elections Be Won Fairly?

Tina Fordham, Citigroup managing director and chief global political analyst, discusses the future of digital ads and their impact on society with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley, Joe Weisenthal and
Senate Scuttles Yemen Measure as Saudi Prince Meets With Trump

Senate Scuttles Yemen Measure as Saudi Prince Meets With Trump

The Senate scuttled a resolution opposed by the Trump administration that called on the U.S. military to stop aiding Saudi-led bombing in Yemen, acting the same day President Donald Trump and top
Trump Defeats Challenge Over Use of Message-Deleting Apps

Trump Defeats Challenge Over Use of Message-Deleting Apps

President Donald Trump defeated a watchdog group’s court challenge to his administration’s use of instant-messaging applications that automatically erase their contents.
One of Brazil's Major Parties Chooses Its Presidential Candidate

One of Brazil's Major Parties Chooses Its Presidential Candidate

Brazil’s third-largest party announced it had chosen Sao Paulo Governor Geraldo Alckmin as its presidential candidate at an event in Brasilia on Tuesday.
Nabeel Khoury Worries Saudi Crown Prince Visit Is 'More Hype Than Substance'

Nabeel Khoury Worries Saudi Crown Prince Visit Is 'More Hype Than Substance'

Nabeel Khoury, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, discusses the meeting between President Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
EU Says Europe Should Look Beyond Trump’s Trade Conflict

EU Says Europe Should Look Beyond Trump’s Trade Conflict

EU President Donald Tusk sought to play down the impact of potential U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports as Europe braces for more conflict with President Donald Trump.
Italy's Political Deadlock Could Last for Several Weeks, Padoan Says

Italy's Political Deadlock Could Last for Several Weeks, Padoan Says

Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan speaks to Bloomberg's Mike Mckee at the Group of 20 in Buenos Aires. (Source: Bloomberg)
Ex-Playmate Sues Tabloid Publisher for Burying Trump Story

Ex-Playmate Sues Tabloid Publisher for Burying Trump Story

A former Playboy Playmate of the Year said the owner of the National Enquirer tricked her into signing a contract that forced her to be silent about an alleged affair she had with Donald Trump in 2006
Trump Says Saudi Investment Will Add Over 40K U.S. Jobs

Trump Says Saudi Investment Will Add Over 40K U.S. Jobs

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters during a meeting with Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. (Source: Bloomberg)
Security Detail Added $30,554 More to EPA Chief's Italy Trip

Security Detail Added $30,554 More to EPA Chief's Italy Trip

Travel costs for security personnel accompanying Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to Italy tallied $30,554, bringing the grand total for the trip to $120,249, according to
UK Lawmakers Calls on Zuckerberg for Testimony

UK Lawmakers Calls on Zuckerberg for Testimony

UK Conservative MP Damian Collins has invited Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the Parliamentary Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee. Collins, who chairs the committee,
Cambridge Analytica Boasted of Disappearing Emails in Campaigns

Cambridge Analytica Boasted of Disappearing Emails in Campaigns

Senior executives of Cambridge Analytica were recorded on camera boasting about the research and analysis they did for Donald Trump.
Cambridge Analytica's Board Suspends CEO Nix Amid Inquiry

Cambridge Analytica's Board Suspends CEO Nix Amid Inquiry

Cambridge Analytica said it suspended Chief Executive Officer Alexander Nix after the executive was caught on camera boasting about the firm’s willingness to use bribes, entrapment with sex workers
Rep. Cuellar Says House 'Very Close' on Spending Deal

Rep. Cuellar Says House 'Very Close' on Spending Deal

Rep. Henry Cuellar, a Texas Democrat, discusses the federal government spending bill being debated in the House with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Cambridge Analytica Suspends CEO Alexander Nix

Cambridge Analytica Suspends CEO Alexander Nix

Board of Cambridge Analytica suspended CEO Alexander Nix with immediate effect, pending a full, independent investigation, according to a statement from the company.
Morneau Says Canada Will Study Issue of Taxing Technology Giants

Morneau Says Canada Will Study Issue of Taxing Technology Giants

Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Canada recognizes the potential disruption major technology companies can have on government revenue and will study whether a new tax regime is required for the
Trump Gives Surprise Plug to Opioid Overdose Antidote Company

Trump Gives Surprise Plug to Opioid Overdose Antidote Company

Out of the blue, the small, closely held distributor of a nasal spray that reverses opioid overdoses got a major endorsement from the U.S. president.
Palestinians Plan Mass Gaza March Ahead of U.S. Embassy Move

Palestinians Plan Mass Gaza March Ahead of U.S. Embassy Move

As the transfer of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem approaches, Palestinians are planning to march by the tens of thousands to the fence that encloses the Gaza Strip to dramatize their plight.
AT&T Slams Theory Behind Time Warner Suit as ‘Preposterous’

AT&T Slams Theory Behind Time Warner Suit as ‘Preposterous’

AT&T Inc.’s attorney attacked the central claim in the government’s lawsuit to block its merger with Time Warner Inc., denying that the combined company could credibly threaten to deprive its
Facebook Working as It Was Intended, Wickr CEO Wallenstrom Says

Facebook Working as It Was Intended, Wickr CEO Wallenstrom Says

Wickr Chief Executive Officer Joel Wallenstrom discusses Facebook's handling of personal user data with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: