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EU May Allow U.K. Banks Limited Post-Brexit Access, Barnier Says

EU May Allow U.K. Banks Limited Post-Brexit Access, Barnier Says

European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier maintained his hard-line stance over U.K. banks’ access to EU markets after Britain leaves, offering only a glimmer of hope that the bloc could be
Mexico Nafta Chief Signals Room for Deal on U.S. Cars Goal

Mexico Nafta Chief Signals Room for Deal on U.S. Cars Goal

Mexico’s Economy Minister signaled there is common ground over a key U.S. objective ahead of the next round of Nafta talks, saying that strengthening the regional content rules for cars would be a
CFR's Boot Says Trump Should Tone Down North Korea Rhetoric

CFR's Boot Says Trump Should Tone Down North Korea Rhetoric

Max Boot, Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow and author of "The Road Not Taken," discusses U.S. policy toward North Korea with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets:
Trump Says Border Wall Can Be Built in One Year

Trump Says Border Wall Can Be Built in One Year

President Donald Trump responds to reporter questions about the cost of building a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border during a meeting on immigration. (Source: Bloomberg)
Rep. Brat Says Chain Migration End Must Be Part of DACA Deal

Rep. Brat Says Chain Migration End Must Be Part of DACA Deal

Rep. Dave Brat, a Virginia Republican and member of the House Freedom Caucus, discusses the budget battle on Capitol Hill and President Donald Trump holding bipartisan immigration talks. He speaks on
Fusion GPS Founder Defends Trump Dossier in Interview Transcript

Fusion GPS Founder Defends Trump Dossier in Interview Transcript

Fusion GPS chief Glenn Simpson told a Senate panel last year that a controversial dossier his firm produced alleging Donald Trump had suspicious connections with Russians was based on valid
South Africa's Zuma Says He'll Name ‘State Capture’ Commission

South Africa's Zuma Says He'll Name ‘State Capture’ Commission

South African President Jacob Zuma said he would appoint a commission of inquiry into allegations that the Gupta family was allowed to influence state decisions and that he would abide by a court
Trump Looks to Reach Deal on Dreamers

Trump Looks to Reach Deal on Dreamers

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on the latest headlines concerning President Donald Trump, including his decision to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He speaks on "Bloomberg
This Is Trump’s Next Hot-Button Issue in the Middle East

This Is Trump’s Next Hot-Button Issue in the Middle East

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has been accused by Israel and its supporters of giving cover for terrorists, fanning hostility against Israel and perpetuating the
Five Key Moments From Macron’s China Trip

Five Key Moments From Macron’s China Trip

French President Emmanuel Macron’s calls for a “rebalancing” of Europe’s economic relationship with China won few concessions from President Xi Jinping.
Panel Still Waiting for Twitter’s Answers in Russia Probe, Warner Says

Panel Still Waiting for Twitter’s Answers in Russia Probe, Warner Says

The Senate Intelligence Committee is still waiting on Twitter to answer questions in the committee’s Russia investigation, the panel’s top Democrat said.
Former Sen. Lieberman Says Iran Run by 'Bunch of Thugs'

Former Sen. Lieberman Says Iran Run by 'Bunch of Thugs'

Former Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, chairman of United Against Iran, discusses the Trump administration's policy towards Iran. He speaks with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli on "Bloomberg Markets."
Trump Says Running Against Oprah Would Be ‘a Lot of Fun’

Trump Says Running Against Oprah Would Be ‘a Lot of Fun’

President Donald Trump said he’d welcome a re-election challenge from fellow billionaire Oprah Winfrey.
Trump Narrows Immigration Debate in Bid to Break Stalemate

Trump Narrows Immigration Debate in Bid to Break Stalemate

President Donald Trump indicated he’s willing to split contentious immigration proposals into two stages, providing protections for young immigrants known as dreamers and increasing border security,
Joe Arpaio Says He’ll Run for U.S. Senate Seat in Arizona

Joe Arpaio Says He’ll Run for U.S. Senate Seat in Arizona

Former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio has announced he plans to run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Jeff Flake.
Trump to Crash Davos Party of Global Elites

Trump to Crash Davos Party of Global Elites

President Donald Trump will dominate the Davos forum as no U.S. leader has before: a provocateur-in-chief practiced at tweaking the elites who’ll gather later this month to celebrate the global order

Theresa May Gives Brexit Backer Suella Fernandes a Government Job

Theresa May bought the loyalty of one of the most influential Tory Brexit campaigners, giving Suella Fernandes a new job as a government minister in the Department for Exiting the European Union.
Scalise Says He'll Have New Surgery Resulting From Shooting

Scalise Says He'll Have New Surgery Resulting From Shooting

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says he will undergo surgery Wednesday as part of his recovery from last June's shooting at a baseball practice.