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U.S. and South Korea Consider Halting Military Drills During Olympics

U.S. and South Korea Consider Halting Military Drills During Olympics

The U.S. and South Korea are considering delaying joint military drills until after the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February in a bid to reduce tensions with North Korea, according to a person
What to Watch at Macron’s Climate Summit

What to Watch at Macron’s Climate Summit

French President Emmanuel Macron hosts at least four world leaders, three mayors and the governor of California at an event in Paris on Tuesday aimed at breathing life into the global fight against
Judges and Prosecutors Are Under Fire Across Eastern Europe

Judges and Prosecutors Are Under Fire Across Eastern Europe

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is leading an eastern European rebellion against the EU’s model of liberal democracy.
White House Ratchets Up Yemen Pressure as Crisis Worsens

White House Ratchets Up Yemen Pressure as Crisis Worsens

The U.S. is ramping up pressure on Saudi Arabia to ease its blockade of Yemen amid fears that the crisis is slipping further into catastrophe and people will lose access to clean drinking water,

Macron’s Pick of Encrypted Messaging App Isn’t What You’d Think

French President Emmanuel Macron uses the same encrypted iPhone messaging app once favored by the so-called Islamic State.
It's Not Just the Weather Freezing British Farms as Brexit Bites

It's Not Just the Weather Freezing British Farms as Brexit Bites

Ben Drummond, a third-generation farmer in the west of England, says Brexit is throwing up unprecedented problems for his business.
Next BOJ Governor Faces a 'Job From Hell,' Kuroda Critic Says

Next BOJ Governor Faces a 'Job From Hell,' Kuroda Critic Says

The next governor of the Bank of Japan faces a "job from hell."
Gary Shilling on U.S. Tax Cuts

Gary Shilling on U.S. Tax Cuts

Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., discusses U.S. tax reform and the Treasury Department report that states the tax cuts will pay for themselves. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak:
Australian Lawmaker Dastyari Quits Amid China-Link Allegations

Australian Lawmaker Dastyari Quits Amid China-Link Allegations

Australian Senator Sam Dastyari resigned from parliament on Tuesday amid mounting criticism of his links with a Chinese businessman who had ties to the Communist Party.
Trudeau Snubs Boeing, Unveils Plan to Buy Used Australian Jets

Trudeau Snubs Boeing, Unveils Plan to Buy Used Australian Jets

The Trudeau government is escalating a trade fight with Boeing Co., ditching plans to buy 18 Super Hornets while launching a search for new fighter jets under parameters that could hamper future bids
U.K. Wants ‘Virtually Identical’ Trade Deal With EU After Brexit

U.K. Wants ‘Virtually Identical’ Trade Deal With EU After Brexit

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said the U.K. would like a trading relationship with the European Union after it leaves the bloc that’s “virtually identical” to the one it has now.
The Toughest Votes Are Yet to Come for the Brexit Bill

The Toughest Votes Are Yet to Come for the Brexit Bill

Prime Minister Theresa May’s flagship Brexit Bill continues its slow journey through Parliament Tuesday and Wednesday, with the sixth and seventh days of its eight-day Committee Stage.
Ban Ki-Moon on Climate Change, North Korea Tensions

Ban Ki-Moon on Climate Change, North Korea Tensions

Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the annual global conference on climate change and the escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and
What the Tax Overhaul Plan Means for the Middle Class

What the Tax Overhaul Plan Means for the Middle Class

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur reports on the potential economic impact of the GOP's tax overhaul plan. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley, Joe Weisenthal and Scarlet Fu on "What'd You Miss?"
Trump to Open the Door for Oil Drilling Off U.S.’s East Coast

Trump to Open the Door for Oil Drilling Off U.S.’s East Coast

The Trump administration is preparing to unveil as soon as this week an expansive offshore oil plan that would open the door to selling new drilling rights in Atlantic waters, according to people
Women Targeted by Modi to Help Him Retain Power in India

Women Targeted by Modi to Help Him Retain Power in India

As more women go out to vote in India while their male counterparts stay home, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is shifting attention and planning a raft of female-focused policies before the 2019
India Election Season Casts Shadow on Asia's Priciest Stocks

India Election Season Casts Shadow on Asia's Priciest Stocks

India’s $2.3 trillion stock market has become a magnet for investors since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office more than three years ago. His performance in the state polls before the 2019
Why China Won't Cut Off North Korea’s Oil Lifeline

Why China Won't Cut Off North Korea’s Oil Lifeline

With North Korea advancing its ballistic missile capability, boasting it can strike anywhere in the U.S., President Donald Trump is pressing China to do more to rein in its errant neighbor. Beijing
Here’s Where the Tax Debate Stands Right Now

Here’s Where the Tax Debate Stands Right Now

House and Senate Republicans are working this week on compromise tax-overhaul legislation in an effort to send it to President Donald Trump by the end of the year. Here are the latest developments,