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Moon Vows to Never Accept North Korea's Nuclear Program

Moon Vows to Never Accept North Korea's Nuclear Program

South Korean President Moon Jae-in vowed to never accept North Korea’s nuclear program, while also saying he was prepared to meet Kim Jong Un under the right conditions.
Park Strategies' King Says S. Korea Is Funding the Enemy

Park Strategies' King Says S. Korea Is Funding the Enemy

Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, discusses the formal talks between North and South Korea and what he says came out of the meeting. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Two Koreas Agree to Military Dialogue

Two Koreas Agree to Military Dialogue

The two Koreas have agreed to hold military talks and further high-level dialogue, but the North has made it clear its nuclear program is not on the table. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on
Trump Yanks Florida From Offshore Drilling Plan After Objections

Trump Yanks Florida From Offshore Drilling Plan After Objections

The Trump administration is ruling out plans to sell new drilling rights off the coast of Florida, including eastern Gulf of Mexico waters coveted by oil companies, amid pressure from Republican
Trump Lawyer Sues BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS on Russia Dossier Claims

Trump Lawyer Sues BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS on Russia Dossier Claims

Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen sued BuzzFeed Inc. and Fusion GPS for defamation over allegations about him in the research firm’s dossier that was commissioned in 2016 by the
Former HUD Secretary Castro Says Democrats Stand for Opportunity

Former HUD Secretary Castro Says Democrats Stand for Opportunity

Former HUD Secretary Julián Castro, Opportunity First PAC president, discusses the future of the Democratic party with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley, Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
Trump Restricts ‘Unmasking’ of Citizens Caught in Surveillance

Trump Restricts ‘Unmasking’ of Citizens Caught in Surveillance

President Donald Trump ordered the Director of National Intelligence to develop new procedures to handle requests from government officials who ask for the identities of U.S. citizens swept up in
EU Risks Global Bank Crisis If It Blocks Brexit Deal, U.K. Warns

EU Risks Global Bank Crisis If It Blocks Brexit Deal, U.K. Warns

The European Union risks opening the door to another global financial crisis if it refuses to give London’s bankers a good trade deal, two senior U.K. ministers said, as the finance industry emerged
Peru President Reshuffles Cabinet to Stem Political Crisis

Peru President Reshuffles Cabinet to Stem Political Crisis

Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski reshuffled his cabinet in a bid to breathe new life into his moribund government after his decision to free former autocrat Alberto Fujimori from jail sparked a
‘Davos Man’ Carlos Ghosn Says Trump Is Welcome at the Epicenter of Globalization

‘Davos Man’ Carlos Ghosn Says Trump Is Welcome at the Epicenter of Globalization

The quintessential “Davos Man” executive is prepared to lay down a welcome mat alongside Air Force One.
U.S. Senators Urge Government to Probe Intel CEO's Share Sales

U.S. Senators Urge Government to Probe Intel CEO's Share Sales

Two key U.S. senators are pushing authorities to investigate whether Intel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich violated insider-trading rules when he sold off a chunk of his shares in the
How Democrats Can Win by Losing on Net Neutrality

How Democrats Can Win by Losing on Net Neutrality

It sure looked final: On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality rules.
Breitbart Says Bannon Has Stepped Down

Breitbart Says Bannon Has Stepped Down

Bloomberg Businessweek's Joshua Green discusses Steve Bannon's departure from Breitbart News. He speaks on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
Mueller Is Said to Discuss Possible Trump Interview With Lawyers

Mueller Is Said to Discuss Possible Trump Interview With Lawyers

President Donald Trump’s legal team is preparing for a potential interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller and is in preliminary discussions with his office on the parameters of such an encounter,
Bannon Leaves Breitbart After Trump Feud

Bannon Leaves Breitbart After Trump Feud

Former White House strategist Steve Bannon has left his job as executive chairman of Breitbart News and will no longer host a radio show at SiriusXM Holdings Inc. after feuding with President Donald
Trump Suggests Bringing Back Pork After Drain the Swamp Campaign

Trump Suggests Bringing Back Pork After Drain the Swamp Campaign

President Donald Trump, who came to Washington vowing to “drain the swamp,” mused Tuesday about lifting the ban on congressional earmarks, the practice of larding legislation with pork-barrel payoffs.
Christie's Glass Half Full in Departing Speech to Lawmakers

Christie's Glass Half Full in Departing Speech to Lawmakers

Chris Christie, making his final policy speech as New Jersey governor to lawmakers, said his tax cuts, spending reductions and pension reforms helped make the state “much better” than it was when he
Adelson to Host Scaramucci at Republican Jewish Gathering

Adelson to Host Scaramucci at Republican Jewish Gathering

Anthony Scaramucci, the New York financier ousted as White House communications director last year after about a week on the job, will be among the featured speakers next month at the annual meeting
Trudeau Team Targets Pro-Nafta Republicans Ahead of Fresh Talks

Trudeau Team Targets Pro-Nafta Republicans Ahead of Fresh Talks

Justin Trudeau’s lead Nafta minister is reaching out to many of the Republican senators urging the Trump administration to stave off the trade pact’s collapse.
Rep. Hurd Says an Immigration Deal Can Get Done

Rep. Hurd Says an Immigration Deal Can Get Done

Rep. Will Hurd, a Texas Republican, discusses his bipartisan DACA proposal with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
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