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U.S. House Passes Spending Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown, Senate in Doubt

U.S. House Passes Spending Bill to Avoid Government Shutdown, Senate in Doubt

The House passed a spending bill Thursday to avoid a U.S. government shutdown, but Senate Democrats say they have the votes to block the measure in a bid to force Republicans and President Donald
Conservatives Brought Russia Probe Demand to Shutdown Talks

Conservatives Brought Russia Probe Demand to Shutdown Talks

House conservatives negotiating with GOP leaders over how to avert a government shutdown brought a fresh demand to the last-minute talks: release classified information they say raises questions about
Height Securities' Miller Sees 65% Chance of a Gov't Shutdown

Height Securities' Miller Sees 65% Chance of a Gov't Shutdown

Stefanie Miller, Height Securities senior analyst, discusses the looming federal government shutdown with Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia." (Source: Bloomberg)
It’s Not Just Trump: Six Charts That Will Define Davos

It’s Not Just Trump: Six Charts That Will Define Davos

How this year’s World Economic Forum is set to make history
U.S. Supreme Court Halts Redrawing of North Carolina Voting Map

U.S. Supreme Court Halts Redrawing of North Carolina Voting Map

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a ruling that would force North Carolina to redraw its congressional voting map to give Republicans less of a partisan advantage.
Fusion GPS Head Said Trump’s Financial Woes Spurred Questions

Fusion GPS Head Said Trump’s Financial Woes Spurred Questions

The founder of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that produced an unsubstantiated dossier about Donald Trump, told a House panel that Trump’s financial practices raised allegations of possible
U.S. Is Losing Patience With Nafta Talks, Sources Say

U.S. Is Losing Patience With Nafta Talks, Sources Say

The U.S. is losing patience with the slow pace of Nafta talks and wants concrete proposals from Canada and Mexico on contentious issues such as content requirements for cars when negotiations resume
As Trump Shreds Global Trade Deals, Xi Basks in ‘Davos Man’ Role

As Trump Shreds Global Trade Deals, Xi Basks in ‘Davos Man’ Role

If one needed a reminder of how surreal the globalization debate has become in recent years, look no further than the talking salons of Davos.
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern Expecting Her First Child

New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern Expecting Her First Child

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who became the world’s youngest female leader when she took office in October, is expecting her first child in June.
Brazil's Amaral on U.S. Relations, Anti-Corruption Efforts

Brazil's Amaral on U.S. Relations, Anti-Corruption Efforts

Brazilian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergio Amaral discusses the trade relationship between the U.S. and Brazil and the upcoming elections in Brazil. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg
Why the U.S. May Be on the Path to a Government Shutdown

Why the U.S. May Be on the Path to a Government Shutdown

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur discusses the looming federal government shutdown deadline with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg's "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump's Bank Regulator Flags Cyber Risks in First Threat Report

Trump's Bank Regulator Flags Cyber Risks in First Threat Report

U.S. banks are facing a growing threat from cyberattackers and making defense against them more complex by relying on third-party firms for support, according to a report released Thursday by Joseph
Rep. McMorris Rodgers Confident Gov't Shutdown Will Be Averted

Rep. McMorris Rodgers Confident Gov't Shutdown Will Be Averted

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, a Washington Republican, discusses the tax overhaul and possibility of a federal government shutdown with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets:
Peterson Institute's Posen Sees a Boom and Bust Cycle Ahead

Peterson Institute's Posen Sees a Boom and Bust Cycle Ahead

Adam Posen, president at Peterson Institute for International Economics, discusses the impact of the new U.S. tax plan on economic growth. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Zimbabwean Lawmakers Expelled After Being Axed by Ruling Party

Zimbabwean Lawmakers Expelled After Being Axed by Ruling Party

Zimbabwe’s ruling African National Union-Patriotic Front asked parliament to expel 10 of its legislators who’d been ejected from the party’s ranks in a shakeup that followed the removal of Robert
Trump Says He Called Apple’s Tim Cook to Thank Him for Investments

Trump Says He Called Apple’s Tim Cook to Thank Him for Investments

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he called Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook to thank him for announcing hundreds of billions of dollars in U.S. investments following passage of
Trump Thanks Apple for Bringing Cash Back to U.S.

Trump Thanks Apple for Bringing Cash Back to U.S.

Speaking in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, on Thursday, President Trump said he called Apple’s CEO Tim Cook to thank him for the Silicon Valley giant’s planned U.S. investments in the wake of the
Mexico Sees Growing Nafta Consensus Even Amid Trump Threats

Mexico Sees Growing Nafta Consensus Even Amid Trump Threats

Mexico said differences are narrowing in talks to revamp Nafta even as President Donald Trump seemed to sap some goodwill by calling the trade pact a “a bad joke” and repeating his demand that the
Niall Ferguson Says Trump's Tweets Mask His Achievements

Niall Ferguson Says Trump's Tweets Mask His Achievements

Niall Ferguson, Hoover Institution senior fellow and author of "The Square and the Tower," gives his views on President Donald Trump's presidency. He speaks with Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on
May Says U.K., France Stand Together in Face of Russian Aggression

May Says U.K., France Stand Together in Face of Russian Aggression

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke at a joint news conference at the U.K.-France Summit 2018. May reiterated that the U.K. and France will work together against
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