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Corbyn Warns Against New Cold War With Russia Over Poisoned Spy

Corbyn Warns Against New Cold War With Russia Over Poisoned Spy

U.K. Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn warned Prime Minister Theresa May against sparking a new cold war after she expelled 23 Russian diplomats and unveiled a raft of other measures against Vladimir
How Long Will the World’s Most Powerful Leaders Last?

How Long Will the World’s Most Powerful Leaders Last?

The clock is ticking for politicians aiming to shape the global future. Some are already on the brink.
U.S. Says It Can Work Within Nuclear Deal to Change Iran

U.S. Says It Can Work Within Nuclear Deal to Change Iran

President Donald Trump’s lead diplomat on the Iran nuclear agreement said the U.S. can stay in the accord and still alter the Persian Gulf nation’s destabilizing activities.
Why Hungary's Vote This Time Is No Cakewalk for Orban

Why Hungary's Vote This Time Is No Cakewalk for Orban

Hungarians have become used to their elections being forgone conclusions.
Foreign Woes Haunt Trudeau at Home After Debacle in New Delhi

Foreign Woes Haunt Trudeau at Home After Debacle in New Delhi

Justin Trudeau’s latest trip abroad was unraveling even before an attempted murderer entered the fray.
Trump Jr.'s Wife, Vanessa, Seeks Divorce After 12-Year Marriage

Trump Jr.'s Wife, Vanessa, Seeks Divorce After 12-Year Marriage

Vanessa Trump filed for divorce from Donald Trump Jr., the U.S. president’s eldest child and co-head of the family’s real estate business, according to court records.
US Military Helicopter Crashes in Western Iraq

US Military Helicopter Crashes in Western Iraq

Washington (AP) -- A U.S. military helicopter has crashed in western Iraq with seven service members on board, U.S. officials said Thursday.
Jane Hartley on the Role of Women in International Relations

Jane Hartley on the Role of Women in International Relations

Jane Hartley, former U.S. ambassador to France, compares President Donald Trump with French President Emmanuel Macron and discusses what it was like to change from working in the private sector to
Sen. Cortez Masto on Haspel, Russia and Dodd-Frank Rollback

Sen. Cortez Masto on Haspel, Russia and Dodd-Frank Rollback

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, a Nevada Democrat, discusses the nomination of Gina Haspel to lead the CIA, the new sanctions on Russia and the proposed easing of Dodd-Frank regulations. She speaks with
Sen. Coons on CIA Nomination, Sanctions, Dodd-Frank

Sen. Coons on CIA Nomination, Sanctions, Dodd-Frank

Sen. Chris Coons, a Delaware Democrat, discusses the nomination of Gina Haspel for CIA director, U.S. sanctions against Russian entities, and the outlook for legislation to amend the Dodd-Frank act.
Mueller Risks Crossing Trump's Red Line With Reported Subpoena

Mueller Risks Crossing Trump's Red Line With Reported Subpoena

Special Counsel Robert Mueller may have crossed a line President Donald Trump set out early in the investigation into possible Russian meddling with his latest move: a reported subpoena of the Trump
Renaissance's Dutta Says Criticisms of Kudlow Are Unfair

Renaissance's Dutta Says Criticisms of Kudlow Are Unfair

Neil Dutta, Renaissance Macro Research head of U.S. economics, defends President Donald Trump's pick of Larry Kudlow to lead the National Economic Council. He speaks with Joseph Weisenthal on "What'd
The Biggest Beneficiaries of the Dodd-Frank Rollback

The Biggest Beneficiaries of the Dodd-Frank Rollback

Mike Konczal, Roosevelt Institute fellow, discusses who benefits most from the Dodd-Frank bill passed this week. He speaks on Bloomberg's "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Koch Network Official Says Trump Tariffs Are ‘Crony Capitalism’

Koch Network Official Says Trump Tariffs Are ‘Crony Capitalism’

The political network backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch isn’t happy about the steel and aluminum tariffs proposed by President Donald Trump and is mobilizing grass-roots activists in 36
GOP Senators Seek Special Counsel to Probe Justice Department

GOP Senators Seek Special Counsel to Probe Justice Department

Four Republican senators asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to name a new special counsel to investigate the early stages of the Justice Department’s own
The Pennsylvania Special Election Still Isn’t Final. Now What?

The Pennsylvania Special Election Still Isn’t Final. Now What?

Pennsylvania’s special congressional election isn’t final, even after Democrat Conor Lamb declared victory while holding a narrow lead. The earliest the state can certify the results is March 26, but
Scaramucci Says Trump-Kudlow 'Marriage' Will Last a Long Time

Scaramucci Says Trump-Kudlow 'Marriage' Will Last a Long Time

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci discusses the appointment of Larry Kudlow as White House economic adviser with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu on 'Bloomberg Markets.' (Source:
Saudi Arabia Blocks Some German Business Over Rift

Saudi Arabia Blocks Some German Business Over Rift

Saudi Arabia is cutting back on its dealings with some German companies amid a diplomatic spat with its top European trading partner, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Scaramucci Says Kudlow Knows Trade 'Better Than Anybody'

Scaramucci Says Kudlow Knows Trade 'Better Than Anybody'

Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge Capital and former White House communications director, discusses the appointment of Larry Kudlow as White House economic adviser, President Donald Trump's
FEMA Strips Mention of ‘Climate Change’ From Its Strategic Plan

FEMA Strips Mention of ‘Climate Change’ From Its Strategic Plan

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, responsible for dealing with the effects of disasters like hurricanes and floods, has stripped the words “climate change” from the document meant to guide its