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Chamber's Donohue Says Pulling Out of Nafta Will Spur Crisis

Chamber's Donohue Says Pulling Out of Nafta Will Spur Crisis

Tom Donohue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce president and chief executive officer, discusses U.S. trade policy with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Rep. Cuellar Says Immigration Bill Will Have Border Security

Rep. Cuellar Says Immigration Bill Will Have Border Security

Rep. Henry Cuellar, a Texas Democrat, discusses the future of U.S. immigration policy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO on Tax Overhaul and Nafta Talks

U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO on Tax Overhaul and Nafta Talks

Tom Donohue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce president and chief executive officer, discusses the GOP tax overhaul and the state of Nafta talks. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets:
Manafort Sued by Russian Billionaire Deripaska Over TV Deal

Manafort Sued by Russian Billionaire Deripaska Over TV Deal

President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort was sued by a company tied to Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, who claims he was defrauded after giving $18.9 million to Manafort to
Trump Expects $4 Trillion to 'Pour Into' U.S. After Tax Overhaul

Trump Expects $4 Trillion to 'Pour Into' U.S. After Tax Overhaul

President Donald Trump discusses the economic impact of tax reform and the decline in unemployment during comments to reporters at the White House. (Source: Bloomberg)

About-Face Tweet on Florida Drilling May Backfire on U.S. Agency

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke just handed offshore drilling foes ammunition for lawsuits by declaring the Florida coast off limits.
Trump Calls for ‘Strong Look’ at Libel Laws After Critical Book

Trump Calls for ‘Strong Look’ at Libel Laws After Critical Book

President Donald Trump called for a "strong look at our country’s libel laws" after the publication of a book that depicted him as an inept leader of a dysfunctional White House.
Democrats Ask Mnuchin to Weigh In on the Trump Family’s Finances

Democrats Ask Mnuchin to Weigh In on the Trump Family’s Finances

Steve Bannon’s newly published jab at fellow presidential adviser Jared Kushner’s “greasy” finances is fueling a fresh round of questions by House Democrats about potential financial crimes by members
House Republicans Hitting Exits at Twice the Pace of Democrats

House Republicans Hitting Exits at Twice the Pace of Democrats

California Republican Darrell Issa said Wednesday he won’t seek re-election this year, bringing the number of House GOP members who have left or are leaving in this election cycle to 38.
Trump Says He Doesn't Expect U.S. to Fight War With North Korea

Trump Says He Doesn't Expect U.S. to Fight War With North Korea

President Donald Trump promised South Korean President Moon Jae-in that he wouldn’t attack North Korea while the two Asian nations hold negotiations.
Trump's Plan to Scrap DACA Program Blocked by Judge

Trump's Plan to Scrap DACA Program Blocked by Judge

President Donald Trump's plan to end the so-called Dreamer program in March was temporarily blocked by a federal judge in San Francisco after Trump offered a potential outline for U.S. Immigration
U.K.'s Hammond Tells EU to Decide What It Wants From Brexit Deal

U.K.'s Hammond Tells EU to Decide What It Wants From Brexit Deal

The U.K. is growing tired of complaints that the European Union doesn’t know what Theresa May’s government wants from Brexit.
U.S. Chamber Leader Calls Bannon and Warren Extremists

U.S. Chamber Leader Calls Bannon and Warren Extremists

The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday called both Steve Bannon and Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren extremists.
Trump’s Trade Chief Lashes Out After Canada Broadens WTO Fight

Trump’s Trade Chief Lashes Out After Canada Broadens WTO Fight

Canada is escalating its trade fight with Donald Trump, mounting what the U.S. calls a “broad and ill-advised attack” just as Nafta talks are set to resume.
Immigration Agents Descend on 7-Eleven Stores in 17 States

Immigration Agents Descend on 7-Eleven Stores in 17 States

Los Angeles (AP) -- Seven immigration agents filed into a 7-Eleven store before dawn Wednesday, waited for people to go through the checkout line and told arriving customers and a driver delivering
Chinese Caution on U.S. Debt Clouds Financing for Trump’s Tax Cut

Chinese Caution on U.S. Debt Clouds Financing for Trump’s Tax Cut

China could make it harder for U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to finance budget deficits brought on by President Donald Trump’s tax cuts.

Trump Open to U.S.-North Korea Talks ‘Under Right Circumstances’

President Donald Trump is telling South Korea's president that he's open to U.S.-North Korean talks "at the appropriate time, under the right circumstances."
California Republican Issa Says He Won’t Seek Re-Election

California Republican Issa Says He Won’t Seek Re-Election

Republican Representative Darrell Issa of California says he will not seek re-election after serving out his ninth term in Congress.
Voter-Purge Efforts Get Support at U.S. High Court Session

Voter-Purge Efforts Get Support at U.S. High Court Session

U.S. Supreme Court justices suggested they may give states broader latitude to purge their voting databases of people who might have moved, as the court heard arguments Wednesday in an Ohio case that
Trump Just One More Visitor for Davos in Annual WEF ‘Cabaret’

Trump Just One More Visitor for Davos in Annual WEF ‘Cabaret’

For the citizens of Davos, Donald Trump is just one more VIP.