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Senate Moves to End Shutdown Showdown

Senate Moves to End Shutdown Showdown

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli discusses the temporary U.S. spending bill and the government shutdown. He speaks with Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Lanhee Chen Sees High Probability of Another Gov't Shutdown

Lanhee Chen Sees High Probability of Another Gov't Shutdown

Lanhee Chen, Hoover Institution research fellow, discusses the Senate advancing the U.S. funding bill that will end the government shutdown. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on
Pence Says U.S. Embassy to Move to Jerusalem in 2019

Pence Says U.S. Embassy to Move to Jerusalem in 2019

Dov Waxman, co-director of the Middle East Center at Northeastern University, discusses Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Israel on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Sanders Calls Democrats' Position on Shutdown 'Indefensible'

Sanders Calls Democrats' Position on Shutdown 'Indefensible'

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders speaks at a news conference in Washington about the federal government shutdown. (Source: Bloomberg)
GOP Rep. Mimi Walters Says DACA Isn't Amnesty

GOP Rep. Mimi Walters Says DACA Isn't Amnesty

Rep. Mimi Walters, a Republican from California, discusses the U.S. government shutdown and immigration on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Why Government Shutdowns Don’t Save Taxpayers Any Money

Why Government Shutdowns Don’t Save Taxpayers Any Money

Government services briefly ground to a halt and federal workers were sent home, but don’t expect taxpayers to save any money from the government shutdown that was on its way to resolution after three
Ex-Amb. Emerson Says Coalition Talks Are a Crucial Step

Ex-Amb. Emerson Says Coalition Talks Are a Crucial Step

John Emerson, former U.S. ambassador to Germany, discusses the dynamics of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) vote for coalition talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. He speaks with
Congress Votes to End Shutdown, Sending Spending Bill to Trump

Congress Votes to End Shutdown, Sending Spending Bill to Trump

Congress voted to end the U.S. government shutdown after three days by passing a temporary spending bill, prolonging the fight over a politically charged immigration proposal for at least another
Senate to Vote on Ending Shutdown

Senate to Vote on Ending Shutdown

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on the U.S. government shutdown on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Pennsylvania Court Throws Out Congressional Boundaries

Pennsylvania Court Throws Out Congressional Boundaries

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday struck down the boundaries of the state's 18 congressional districts, saying they violate the state constitution.
Senate Democrats Get Little as Shutdown Fight Ends With a Punt

Senate Democrats Get Little as Shutdown Fight Ends With a Punt

The U.S. government shutdown is nearly over after three days, and for many Democrats, it couldn’t end soon enough.
Senate to Vote on Funding Bill That Would End Gov't Shutdown

Senate to Vote on Funding Bill That Would End Gov't Shutdown

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on the latest from the Senate's planned vote on the U.S. funding bill that would end the federal government shutdown. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source:
Trump Sparred With Ross Last Year Over Pace of Trade Action

Trump Sparred With Ross Last Year Over Pace of Trade Action

President Donald Trump grew frustrated with Wilbur Ross last year over the pace of trade negotiations and action against China, upset that his Commerce secretary had not done more to take on Beijing,
Rep. Hensarling Says Schumer Responsible for Shutdown

Rep. Hensarling Says Schumer Responsible for Shutdown

Rep. Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee and a Republican from Texas, discusses the Senate voting on a funding plan amid the government shutdown. He speaks with Kevin
Davos Warns Not to Get Too Complacent While World Economy Picks Up

Davos Warns Not to Get Too Complacent While World Economy Picks Up

Enjoy the party while it lasts: That was the opening day message for the corporate and political leaders attending the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting.
Former Uber Executive Running for Kansas Secretary of State

Former Uber Executive Running for Kansas Secretary of State

A former Uber and Google executive is running for the Democratic nomination for Kansas secretary of state.
Pence Calls Report on Trump Affair ‘Baseless’

Pence Calls Report on Trump Affair ‘Baseless’

Vice President Mike Pence says reports that an adult film star had an alleged affair with President Donald Trump are "baseless allegations."
Pence Defends Trump on Disparaging Comments About Africa

Pence Defends Trump on Disparaging Comments About Africa

Vice President Mike Pence is defending President Donald Trump on the president's disparaging comments about immigrants from Africa and Haiti.
Larry Summers on The Global Economy, Trump's Policies

Larry Summers on The Global Economy, Trump's Policies

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses the global economy and why this is going to be an important year, with Bloomberg's David Westin and Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Daybreak:
Senate Vote Clears Way to Reopen Government: Shutdown Update

Senate Vote Clears Way to Reopen Government: Shutdown Update

The government shutdown was poised to end after members of the Senate were able to break their impasse over a new short-term spending bill after working through the weekend.