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Elizabeth Warren, Rising in Polls, Gets Center Stage at Debate

Elizabeth Warren, Rising in Polls, Gets Center Stage at Debate

Elizabeth Warren will be the only one of the top polling Democratic candidates on the debate stage Wednesday night, giving her a chance to showcase her mastery of policy details without her main
Hold Your Breath: Trump’s Got Three High-Stakes Meetings at One Summit

Hold Your Breath: Trump’s Got Three High-Stakes Meetings at One Summit

President Donald Trump has trade at the top of his Group of 20 agenda, yet key issues including Iran, North Korea and next year’s presidential election will vie for his attention and create
Supreme Court’s Conservative Justices Weigh Scrapping Another Precedent

Supreme Court’s Conservative Justices Weigh Scrapping Another Precedent

The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority may be ready to overturn a longstanding precedent for the third time in recent weeks -- perhaps foreshadowing the vulnerability of its rulings on
Asia’s Monster Trade Pact Could Be Done This Year, Minus a Few

Asia’s Monster Trade Pact Could Be Done This Year, Minus a Few

A Chinese worker looks on as a cargo ship is loaded at a port in Qingdao, eastern China's Shandong province on July 13, 2017. China's exports rose a forecast-beating 11.3 percent on-year in June, data
The Latest on Kushner’s Bahrain Conference

The Latest on Kushner’s Bahrain Conference

Manama, Bahrain (AP) -- The Latest on developments surrounding a U.S.-hosted conference in Bahrain about Washington's economic plan for the Palestinians (all times local):
Boris Johnson May Be a Positive Force, Says Berenberg’s Pickering

Boris Johnson May Be a Positive Force, Says Berenberg’s Pickering

Kallum Pickering, senior economist at Berenberg, discusses Brexit negotiations as Hunt and Johnson battle to be U.K. prime minister, the possibility of a hard Brexit on October 31 and what Boris
Johnson Says He Doesn't Expect No-Deal Departure: Brexit Update

Johnson Says He Doesn't Expect No-Deal Departure: Brexit Update

Boris Johnson softened his Brexit rhetoric once again, saying the chances are “a million to one against” the U.K. leaving without a deal.
Brexit Bulletin: The Numbers Don’t Add Up

Brexit Bulletin: The Numbers Don’t Add Up

Today in Brexit: Johnson has promised Britain will leave in October “do or die,” but the top PM contender may have overlooked the impact Parliament can have on his plans.
Brussels Edition: Overcoming Insecurity

Brussels Edition: Overcoming Insecurity

Welcome to the Brussels Edition, Bloomberg’s daily briefing on what matters most in the heart of the European Union. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weekday morning.
China Can Fish in Philippines' Exclusive Waters, Duterte Says

China Can Fish in Philippines' Exclusive Waters, Duterte Says

China can fish in parts of the South China Sea where the Philippines holds exclusive rights, President Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesman said Wednesday, despite warnings from other officials this would be
U.S. ‘Maximum Pressure’ Worked on Iran Before. It May Not Again

U.S. ‘Maximum Pressure’ Worked on Iran Before. It May Not Again

The U.S. and Iran are back where they were in 2012, a time when their foreign ministers still spoke by megaphone rather than telephone and Washington was trying to force Tehran to the nuclear
Is Parliament Ready to Back a No-Deal Brexit? You Do the Math

Is Parliament Ready to Back a No-Deal Brexit? You Do the Math

Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy rests, he says, on the idea that the U.K. Parliament is now ready to back a no-deal Brexit.
Khamenei Scorns Talks With U.S. After Being Sanctioned by Trump

Khamenei Scorns Talks With U.S. After Being Sanctioned by Trump

Iran’s supreme leader scorned the idea of negotiations to ease his country’s tense standoff with the U.S. in his first comments since being sanctioned by President Donald Trump.
Ex-Hong Kong Leader Donald Tsang Cleared of Misconduct on Appeal

Ex-Hong Kong Leader Donald Tsang Cleared of Misconduct on Appeal

Former Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang was cleared of a criminal conviction for misconduct by the city’s highest court, clearing his name of wrongdoing and ending a yearslong legal ordeal that landed
Social Democrats to Lead Climate-Friendly Government in Denmark

Social Democrats to Lead Climate-Friendly Government in Denmark

Denmark’s Social Democrats and their center-left allies have agreed to form a government set on greater welfare spending, higher taxes and one of the most ambitious climate policies in the world.
U.S., Japan Defense Chiefs Affirm Security Pact Trump Questioned

U.S., Japan Defense Chiefs Affirm Security Pact Trump Questioned

Top Japanese and American military officials affirmed a commitment to their joint security pact hours after a Bloomberg News report said President Donald Trump has privately mulled ending the
House Approves Border Funds as Pelosi Overcomes Liberal Revolt

House Approves Border Funds as Pelosi Overcomes Liberal Revolt

The House passed a $4.5 billion emergency spending bill to address the humanitarian needs of migrants at the the southern border as Speaker Nancy Pelosi overcame a revolt by liberals in her caucus
Mueller Sets Up Airing of Trump Probe With Risks for Both Sides

Mueller Sets Up Airing of Trump Probe With Risks for Both Sides

Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreed to testify publicly before two House panels, setting up a dramatic hearing that promises to reinvigorate the national debate over his findings on Russian election
Thousands of People Rally Ahead of G-20: Hong Kong Update

Thousands of People Rally Ahead of G-20: Hong Kong Update

Hong Kong protesters looked to keep their complaints about the Beijing-backed government on the global agenda with a series of demonstrations ahead of President Xi Jinping’s attendance at the Group of
U.S. Gains in Fight With Chinese Banks Over North Korea Sanctions

U.S. Gains in Fight With Chinese Banks Over North Korea Sanctions

A judge has handed U.S. authorities a potent weapon in a long-secret battle with China over alleged evasion of sanctions on North Korea, finding three Chinese banks in contempt of court for refusing