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Trump Decries Lives ‘Shattered’ After Week of Personnel Turmoil

Trump Decries Lives ‘Shattered’ After Week of Personnel Turmoil

“There is no recovery for someone falsely accused - life and career are gone,” he tweeted. “Is there no such thing any longer as Due Process?”

Corbyn Evokes WWII Rebuild With Call to Nationalize U.K. Grids

U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn issued a call on Saturday to overhaul the British economy, presenting a vision in which the nation’s power and gas grids are brought back into public ownership.
Pence ‘Encouraged’ by Talks With South Korea’s Moon at Olympics

Pence ‘Encouraged’ by Talks With South Korea’s Moon at Olympics

Vice President Mike Pence was “encouraged’’ by his talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-In at the Winter Olympics, insisting that Moon’s outreach to North Korea had not undermined bilateral
India's Modi Pledges $40 Million for Palestinian Development

India's Modi Pledges $40 Million for Palestinian Development

Narendra Modi pledged $40 million for economic development in the Palestinian territories.
Jaitley Says Revenues to Be Comfortable, No Fiscal Slippage Seen

Jaitley Says Revenues to Be Comfortable, No Fiscal Slippage Seen

India’s revenues will be “reasonably more comfortable” in the financial year starting April 1 and the government will be able to maintain its deficit target, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on
Bank of Italy Revises GDP Growth Forecast Up

Bank of Italy Revises GDP Growth Forecast Up

The Bank of Italy expects the nation’s economy to expand in 2018 at the same pace as last year since monetary policy “is working” and the ongoing reduction of economic slack has strengthened
Germany’s SPD Stands for Solid Finances, Official Tells Spiegel

Germany’s SPD Stands for Solid Finances, Official Tells Spiegel

Germany’s Social Democrats will soon take over the finance ministry for the first time in eight years. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it will jettison the ministry’s old habits.
Kim Jong Un Invites South Korea’s Moon to Summit in Pyongyang

Kim Jong Un Invites South Korea’s Moon to Summit in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has made a dramatic gesture that may raise prospects for easing tensions on the Korean Peninsula by inviting South Korean President Moon Jae-in to meet in Pyongyang.
Israel Hits Back at Iran and Syria as Border Region Boils

Israel Hits Back at Iran and Syria as Border Region Boils

Israel launched attacks on Iranian and Syrian positions after it said Iran sent a military drone into its airspace Saturday.
As North and South Koreans Meet at the Games, Pence Holds Back

As North and South Koreans Meet at the Games, Pence Holds Back

Although Vice President Mike Pence repeatedly floated the prospect of meeting with North Korean leaders in South Korea, he apparently passed up several opportunities at the Winter Olympics in
Trudeau Holds Firm After Duterte Vows End to Canadian, U.S. Arms Deals

Trudeau Holds Firm After Duterte Vows End to Canadian, U.S. Arms Deals

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is undeterred by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s vow to end military purchases from countries including the U.S. and Canada that impose conditions on how
Trump to Appoint Schadlow as Deputy National Security Adviser, Official Says

Trump to Appoint Schadlow as Deputy National Security Adviser, Official Says

President Donald Trump will appoint Nadia Schadlow to replace Dina Powell as his deputy national security adviser, according to an administration official familiar with the decision.
White House Speechwriter Resigns Amid Domestic Abuse Allegations

White House Speechwriter Resigns Amid Domestic Abuse Allegations

A White House speechwriter resigned Friday amid accusations of domestic abuse, becoming the second Trump administration official to depart this week after facing media questions about alleged
Trump Asks for Democratic Memo ‘Re-Do’ After Blocking Release

Trump Asks for Democratic Memo ‘Re-Do’ After Blocking Release

President Donald Trump defended his decision not to release the Democratic rebuttal of a Republican memo that alleged bias and misconduct by the FBI and Justice Department early in their investigation
Former Australia Treasurer Wayne Swan to Retire at Next Election

Former Australia Treasurer Wayne Swan to Retire at Next Election

Former Australian Treasurer Wayne Swan, who helped steer the economy through the global financial crisis, will retire from politics at the next election.
Crypto Fanboys Celebrate Surprising New Hero: A Washington Regulator

Crypto Fanboys Celebrate Surprising New Hero: A Washington Regulator

Meet #cryptodad, a top U.S. financial regulator who’s emerged as a cult hero for a crowd that’s often suspicious of government bureaucrats: digital coin enthusiasts.
No. 3 Justice Department Official Leaving After Nine Months

No. 3 Justice Department Official Leaving After Nine Months

Rachel Brand, the No. 3 official at the Justice Department, is stepping down after less than nine months in the job.
Trump’s Spending Plan Assumes U.S. Growth of 3% Over Decade

Trump’s Spending Plan Assumes U.S. Growth of 3% Over Decade

President Donald Trump’s budget proposal assumes the U.S. economy will ramp up over the next decade to his goal of 3 percent growth, spurred by his tax cuts and federal spending plan.
Harvard's Furman Says Budget Bill Has 'No Economic Rationale Whatsoever'

Harvard's Furman Says Budget Bill Has 'No Economic Rationale Whatsoever'

Jason Furman, professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, discusses the fiscal repercussions of the recently signed budget bill. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley and
Michael Steel Says Sen. Rand Paul 'Needs to Buy a Mirror'

Michael Steel Says Sen. Rand Paul 'Needs to Buy a Mirror'

Michael Steel of Hamilton Place Strategies and former press secretary to former House Speaker John Boehner discusses why Republican senator Rand Paul held up the Senate's vote on a budget. He speaks