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Next Nafta Talks Scheduled to Start With Auto Content Rules

Next Nafta Talks Scheduled to Start With Auto Content Rules

Rules for automotive content, one of the most contentious issues in Nafta, will be among the first tackled at the upcoming seventh round of talks in Mexico City.
Trump Visits Emergency Workers Who Responded to School Shooting

Trump Visits Emergency Workers Who Responded to School Shooting

President Donald Trump visited medical staff and patients at a Florida hospital on Friday to thank them for assisting victims of the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Business Elites Ignore Obrador Despite His Lead in Polls

Business Elites Ignore Obrador Despite His Lead in Polls

Bloomberg's Nacha Cattan reports on Mexico’s presidential campaign on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
May Proposes Post-Brexit Security Treaty With Eye on Trade Deal

May Proposes Post-Brexit Security Treaty With Eye on Trade Deal

A year after she first linked British security cooperation with Europe to a Brexit trade deal, Prime Minister Theresa May will do it again.
Russia Meddling Probe Nabs Californian for Selling Fake IDs

Russia Meddling Probe Nabs Californian for Selling Fake IDs

A California man who ran a business trafficking in stolen identities and bank accounts pleaded guilty in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential
Trump Must Weigh Retaliation Risk in Deciding Tariffs on Steel

Trump Must Weigh Retaliation Risk in Deciding Tariffs on Steel

The U.S. sounds confident that proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum won’t break global trade rules, despite warnings from other countries that such a move could trigger a flurry of retaliation. It’s
Mueller Shows How Russians Sowed Discord With Dirty Tricks

Mueller Shows How Russians Sowed Discord With Dirty Tricks

The sweeping conspiracy detailed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller exposes the sophistication of Russian efforts to undermine U.S. democracy using social media -- and how vulnerable the U.S. remains
White House Chief of Staff Orders Security Clearance Overhaul

White House Chief of Staff Orders Security Clearance Overhaul

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly ordered an overhaul of the clearance process for staffers in the West Wing amid a storm of controversy.
Rep. Denny Heck Says Indictment Sends Message to the Russians

Rep. Denny Heck Says Indictment Sends Message to the Russians

Democratic Congressman Denny Heck of Washington, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, discusses the indictments of Russian nationals in a widespread and coordinated campaign to meddle in the
Mueller Indictment Lays Out Sweeping Conspiracy Plan by Russians

Mueller Indictment Lays Out Sweeping Conspiracy Plan by Russians

Bloomberg's Greg Farrell discusses the indictments of Russian nationals in a coordinated campaign to meddle in the U.S. presidential election. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman, Scarlet Fu and
This Coal Miner Shows Limits of Trump's Bid to Rescue Industry

This Coal Miner Shows Limits of Trump's Bid to Rescue Industry

To understand the big challenge facing U.S. coal miners, look no further than Cloud Peak Energy Inc.
Mueller Still Investigating Possible Collusion, Source Says

Mueller Still Investigating Possible Collusion, Source Says

Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his prosecutors haven’t concluded their investigation into whether President Donald Trump or any of his associates helped Russia interfere in the 2016 election,
EPA Administrator’s Pricey Travel Included Charter Flights in Home State

EPA Administrator’s Pricey Travel Included Charter Flights in Home State

Scott Pruitt spent $107,441 on airplane flights during his first six months leading the Environmental Protection Agency, including $14,434 to travel with his staff on a charter within his home state
IMF Warns Trump's Tax Overhaul Could Fuel a Global ‘Race to the Bottom’

IMF Warns Trump's Tax Overhaul Could Fuel a Global ‘Race to the Bottom’

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said the Trump administration’s $1.5 trillion tax cut could prompt other nations to follow suit, fueling a “race to the bottom” that risks hemming in public
Trump Technology Aide Is Latest to Exit Turbulent White House

Trump Technology Aide Is Latest to Exit Turbulent White House

A senior technology aide to President Donald Trump is stepping down, the latest in a growing list of top officials to depart a turbulent White House in recent days.
Mueller’s Charges Against Russians Highlight Florida Trump Rallies

Mueller’s Charges Against Russians Highlight Florida Trump Rallies

Russians accused of conspiring to help elect U.S. President Donald Trump allegedly staged bogus rallies in key states to support him.
Scaramucci’s Long-Delayed Sale to HNA Inches Forward

Scaramucci’s Long-Delayed Sale to HNA Inches Forward

A U.S. national security review of Anthony Scaramucci’s agreement to sell his stake in SkyBridge Capital to China’s HNA Group Co. is finally inching forward after months of delays over questions about
Mueller's Indictment of Russians Unveils Sweeping Pro-Trump Meddling

Mueller's Indictment of Russians Unveils Sweeping Pro-Trump Meddling

Bloomberg's Henry Meyer and Kevin Cirilli discuss the indictments of Russian nationals in a widespread and coordinated campaign to meddle in the U.S. presidential election. They speak on "Bloomberg
These Are the Russians Accused of Meddling in the 2016 Election

These Are the Russians Accused of Meddling in the 2016 Election

Working through a Russian organization called the Internet Research Agency, they allegedly set up social media pages, stole Americans’ identities, bought political ads, staged rallies and worked to
Mueller Says Russians Used PayPal to Buy Facebook Ads

Mueller Says Russians Used PayPal to Buy Facebook Ads

A sophisticated campaign by Russian actors seeking to manipulate the 2016 election included stealing the identities of Americans and using accounts at PayPal to aid their effort.