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Trump Adviser Calls Russia and China ‘Threats’ to U.S. Liberty

President Donald Trump’s top national security adviser described Russia and China as “revisionist powers” posing bellicose threats to the U.S. in a muscular speech that went further than his boss has
SEC May Soften Stance on U.S. Trading Database, SIFMA Says

SEC May Soften Stance on U.S. Trading Database, SIFMA Says

A group lobbying on behalf of big banks and brokers said it’s hopeful that regulators will soften their stance on how investor data is collected for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s
Voters Head to the Polls in Alabama

Voters Head to the Polls in Alabama

Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli reports on the high-stakes special election in Alabama. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Gov. Brown Says 'Stupid' Tax Bill Punishes California

Gov. Brown Says 'Stupid' Tax Bill Punishes California

California Governor Jerry Brown discusses the economic costs of climate change and tax reform with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
EU Warns U.K. About Reneging on Brexit Agreements

EU Warns U.K. About Reneging on Brexit Agreements

Bloomberg's Rob Hutton reports on the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source:
California Governor Brown on Climate Change, Tax Reform

California Governor Brown on Climate Change, Tax Reform

California Governor Jerry Brown discusses the economic costs of climate change and tax reform with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Hollande on Trump's Policies, French Economy and Brexit

Hollande on Trump's Policies, French Economy and Brexit

Former President of France Francois Hollande discusses President Donald Trump's Jerusalem decision, the state of the French economy and the Brexit process thus far. He spoke to Manus Cranny on
Rep. Higgins Says Nafta Needs to Be Improved and Updated

Rep. Higgins Says Nafta Needs to Be Improved and Updated

Rep. Brian Higgins, a New York Democrat, discusses the proposed changes to Nafta with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Scott Pruitt’s Soundproof Phone Booth to Be Probed by EPA Watchdog

Scott Pruitt’s Soundproof Phone Booth to Be Probed by EPA Watchdog

The Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general said it would probe whether the EPA ran afoul of federal spending laws in ordering up a $25,000 soundproof "privacy booth" for Administrator
New Jersey Governor-Elect Pushes for First Sikh State Attorney General

New Jersey Governor-Elect Pushes for First Sikh State Attorney General

Governor-elect Phil Murphy is pushing for New Jersey to have the nation’s first Sikh state attorney general, a job he expects to become high-profile as President Donald Trump meets resistance on
Trump Says 'Chain Migration' and Visa Lottery Will End

Trump Says 'Chain Migration' and Visa Lottery Will End

President Donald Trump said he’ll end U.S. immigration programs that give preferences to the families of new residents and that allow people to enter a lottery for visas, policies the White House
Carter Page Rails Against AT&T Deal in Court Filing

Carter Page Rails Against AT&T Deal in Court Filing

Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump, is angry about AT&T Inc.’s acquisition of Time Warner Inc. and wants to be heard—in court.
Macron's Climate Summit Draws Pledges to Make Coal a Risky Bet

Macron's Climate Summit Draws Pledges to Make Coal a Risky Bet

Some of the world’s biggest investors turned their backs on U.S. President Donald Trump’s plan to revive the coal industry, pledging to divest from fossil fuels at a conference organized by French
Pentagon's Cloud Transition Under Hush Order From Weapons Buyer

Pentagon's Cloud Transition Under Hush Order From Weapons Buyer

Pentagon weapons buyer Ellen Lord has ordered senior officials not to make any further public comments about the Defense Department’s looming initiative to move its data into the cloud, a major
Liberia to Hold Runoff Presidential Election Dec. 26

Liberia to Hold Runoff Presidential Election Dec. 26

Liberians will go to the polls on Dec. 26 for the presidential runoff vote that was delayed by a court hearing into allegations of fraud in the first round.
Trump Considers Easing Nuclear Rules for Saudi Project

Trump Considers Easing Nuclear Rules for Saudi Project

The Trump administration is encouraging Saudi Arabia to consider bids by Westinghouse Electric Co. and other U.S. companies to build nuclear reactors in that country and may allow the enrichment of
House's Brady Signals Tax Bill May Ease Curbs on Muni-Bond Sales

House's Brady Signals Tax Bill May Ease Curbs on Muni-Bond Sales

Lawmakers are re-examining a provision that would roll back subsidies for a big chunk of the municipal-bond market beginning next year, according to House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady.
Trump Says He’ll End U.S. Visa Lottery and ‘Chain Migration’

Trump Says He’ll End U.S. Visa Lottery and ‘Chain Migration’

President Donald Trump said he’ll end U.S. immigration programs that give preferences to the families of new residents and that allow people to enter a lottery for visas.
Trump Says U.S. Has ‘Won’ Against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq

Trump Says U.S. Has ‘Won’ Against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq

President Donald Trump said the U.S. has won the fight against Islamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq and is pursuing the extremists as they spread elsewhere.
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