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Pro-Brexit Fox Says Only Fools Would Rule U.K. Out of TPP Pact

Pro-Brexit Fox Says Only Fools Would Rule U.K. Out of TPP Pact

The U.K. will explore all options for future trade deals around the world after Brexit including a tie-up with countries in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said.
Norway Suspends Arms, Ammo Exports to U.A.E. Amid War in Yemen

Norway Suspends Arms, Ammo Exports to U.A.E. Amid War in Yemen

Copenhagen, Denmark (AP) -- Norway said Wednesday it has suspended exports of munitions and arms to the United Arab Emirates as a "precautionary line," based on its assessment of the situation in
Trump Hardens Immigration Stance Heading Into Shutdown Talks

Trump Hardens Immigration Stance Heading Into Shutdown Talks

President Donald Trump is hardening his demands for a deal to protect young undocumented immigrants from deportation, a dispute with congressional Democrats that hangs over talks this week to avoid a
Trudeau Embraces the Economy Just as It Begins to Gear Down

Trudeau Embraces the Economy Just as It Begins to Gear Down

All Justin Trudeau wants to talk about is the economy. That may change.
Bitcoin Falls Into Gray Area of Disclosure Rules for Congress

Bitcoin Falls Into Gray Area of Disclosure Rules for Congress

To guard against insider trading and financial conflicts, members of Congress and federal officials must file regular reports on their assets -- including stocks, bonds and derivatives.
Iran Minister Says Government Will Listen to Protester Demands

Iran Minister Says Government Will Listen to Protester Demands

Iran’s labor minister pledged to listen to the demands of protesters who’ve taken to the streets over the past week even as state-run media said counter-rallies are being staged to support the
Illiberal Leaders Vow Unity Amid Shrinking Post-Brexit EU Funds

Illiberal Leaders Vow Unity Amid Shrinking Post-Brexit EU Funds

Poland’s new premier urged a united front with Hungary in talks over the European Union’s next budget cycle, closing ranks against suggestions the two countries should get less aid for undermining the
North Korea Calls Hotline to South for the First Time in Two Years

North Korea Calls Hotline to South for the First Time in Two Years

North Korea contacted authorities in Seoul over a hotline for the first time in about two years, paving the way for a thaw during the Winter Olympics despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s fresh taunts
Brexit Bulletin: The Predictions Edition

Brexit Bulletin: The Predictions Edition

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Putin’s Rival Can’t Run for President, But He’s Still a Threat

Putin’s Rival Can’t Run for President, But He’s Still a Threat

Did the Russian leader add to Alexey Navalny’s protest prowess by barring him from this year’s election?
The Year That Makes or Breaks Brexit

The Year That Makes or Breaks Brexit

We take a look at various scenarios for 2018.
Macron and Uber Era Threaten Role of Once-Powerful French Union

Macron and Uber Era Threaten Role of Once-Powerful French Union

Philippe Martinez sits in a black leather chair facing a poster of the revolutionary legend Che Guevara in his top-floor, cigarette-smoke-smelling office on the eastern edge of Paris, contending with
Trump Says His Nuclear Button Is Bigger Than North Korea’s

Trump Says His Nuclear Button Is Bigger Than North Korea’s

President Donald Trump responded to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s latest threats, saying that he has a “much bigger and more powerful” nuclear button.
U.S. Calls for UN Sessions on Iran

U.S. Calls for UN Sessions on Iran

The U.S. is calling for emergency meetings of the UN Security Council and the Human Rights Council on those increasingly violent protests in Iran. Almost 1,000 people have been arrested in a week of
Hundreds of Iraqis Held in U.S. Deserve Bail Hearing, Judge Says

Hundreds of Iraqis Held in U.S. Deserve Bail Hearing, Judge Says

Hundreds of mostly Christian Iraqis in the U.S., who were rounded up for deportation by the Trump administration, should be given a chance for release on bail until their immigration appeals are
Romney Changes Location on Twitter as Utah Senate Seat Opens

Romney Changes Location on Twitter as Utah Senate Seat Opens

Mitt Romney was mum on whether he plans to run for Senate after Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah announced he’ll retire after 2018. But Romney’s Twitter profile may give a hint about his
Trump Threatens to Cut Off U.S. Aid to Palestinian Authority

Trump Threatens to Cut Off U.S. Aid to Palestinian Authority

President Donald Trump threatened to cut off U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority after its leaders said the president’s unilateral decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
Chaotic Tax Reform Has Led to Revenue Loss in India

Chaotic Tax Reform Has Led to Revenue Loss in India

Trucks outside the Caravan Roadways office at Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar in Delhi. Photographer: Udit Kulshrestha/Bloomberg
House Transportation Chairman Shuster to Retire After 2018

House Transportation Chairman Shuster to Retire After 2018

Republican Representative Bill Shuster, chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said Tuesday he will retire from the Pennsylvania congressional seat he and his father before
GOP Senator Orrin Hatch Won't Seek Re-Election in 2018

GOP Senator Orrin Hatch Won't Seek Re-Election in 2018

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur discusses Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah's decision not to seek an eighth term in 2018 on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)