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How Torn Are Texas Republicans? Look at the Fight for Amazon HQ2

How Torn Are Texas Republicans? Look at the Fight for Amazon HQ2

Pro-business Texans are reckoning with the growing clout of social and religious conservatives
Ex-Banker Battles to Convince Brazil’s Public in Presidential Bid

Ex-Banker Battles to Convince Brazil’s Public in Presidential Bid

Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles prompted snickering in Brazil’s political establishment when he first mused openly about his presidential ambitions last year. Now, that’s stopped.
Now What? These Three People Must Fix the Mess in Italian Politics

Now What? These Three People Must Fix the Mess in Italian Politics

Italy is waking up with a headache today – and not from the election night celebrations. Here are the three people who will have to try to find a way out of the political gridlock. And a fourth whose
Lonsin Capital's Elser Says Italian Election Was Also an Anti-Immigration Vote

Lonsin Capital's Elser Says Italian Election Was Also an Anti-Immigration Vote

Marco Elser, head portfolio manager at Lonsin Capital, discusses the Italian election and what it means for markets. He speaks with Francine Lacqua on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” (Source:
Professor Orsina Says Italy's Election Was an Anti-Establishment Vote

Professor Orsina Says Italy's Election Was an Anti-Establishment Vote

Giovanni Orsina, professor at Luiss University, discusses the result of Italy's election, the economy, the Five Star movement, the future of Matteo Renzi and what the election means for the economy.
Kim Jong Un Hosts Seoul Envoys for First Time Since Taking Power

Kim Jong Un Hosts Seoul Envoys for First Time Since Taking Power

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held talks with top aides to South Korea’s Moon Jae-in in Pyongyang on Monday, the president’s office said.
Aid Convoy Enters Besieged Rebel-Held Damascus Suburbs

Aid Convoy Enters Besieged Rebel-Held Damascus Suburbs

Desperate for food and medicine, Syrian civilians in the war-ravaged eastern suburbs of Damascus hoped for relief Monday as a 46-truck aid convoy began entering the rebel stronghold.
Venezuelans, Go Home: Xenophobia Haunts Refugees

Venezuelans, Go Home: Xenophobia Haunts Refugees

For decades, the oil-rich citizens of a great nation were stereotyped by their poorer neighbors as haughty. Now comes the payback.
Trump’s Retreat Leaves Congress Adrift on Guns

Trump’s Retreat Leaves Congress Adrift on Guns

President Donald Trump has left Congress in the lurch once again, this time seeming to retreat just days after endorsing gun safety legislation to try to end the nation’s grim succession of
Trump Says No Mexico, Canada Steel Break Without Fair Nafta

Trump Says No Mexico, Canada Steel Break Without Fair Nafta

President Donald Trump said the U.S. won’t lower tariffs on steel and aluminum from Mexico and Canada unless the two countries agree to a revamped Nafta that’s fair to the U.S.
Trump's Florida Fundraiser Flourishes as New Washington Lobbyist

Trump's Florida Fundraiser Flourishes as New Washington Lobbyist

A stranger to Washington has emerged as a winner in the ruthless world of lobbying in the nation’s capital, thanks in part to his ties to President Donald Trump.
Trump Trade Crackdown Shows ‘America First’ Happening at Last

Trump Trade Crackdown Shows ‘America First’ Happening at Last

President Donald Trump’s announcement that he’ll slap stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum roiled markets, spurred warnings of harsh ramifications, and provoked threats of retaliation.

Five People Die as Ethiopian Forces Clash With Protesters

At least five people died from bullet wounds amid clashes with Ethiopian security forces in the restive Oromia region since a state of emergency was declared two weeks ago, doctors said.
Moon Envoys Head to North Korea to Push for Talks With U.S.

Moon Envoys Head to North Korea to Push for Talks With U.S.

A high-level South Korean delegation flew to North Korea on Monday afternoon in a bid to persuade Kim Jong Un to start talks with the U.S. and stave off a potential conflict over his nuclear program.
Brexit Bulletin: Can the Truce Hold?

Brexit Bulletin: Can the Truce Hold?

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France's Le Drian Visits Tehran to Save Nuclear Deal From Trump

France's Le Drian Visits Tehran to Save Nuclear Deal From Trump

Jean-Yves Le Drian Photographer: Xaume Olleros/Bloomberg
France’s Once-Vaunted Trains Are Macron’s Biggest Challenge Yet

France’s Once-Vaunted Trains Are Macron’s Biggest Challenge Yet

Striking workers, massive debt, service disruptions, unused stations—the rail system has it all
Ugandan President Fires Top Security Officials After Crime Wave

Ugandan President Fires Top Security Officials After Crime Wave

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni fired the country’s security minister and police chief after a series of murders and kidnappings drew criticism of the authorities’ failure to solve the crimes.
Hinrich Foundation's Olson Calls Steel Overcapacity Key

Hinrich Foundation's Olson Calls Steel Overcapacity Key

Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow Stephen Olson weighs in on President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs. Olson speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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