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The Shutdown Showdown Looming in Washington

The Shutdown Showdown Looming in Washington

Bloomberg's Anna Edgerton reports on the looming shutdown showdown in Washington. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Former Prosecutor Ray Unsure Where Mueller Probe Heading

Former Prosecutor Ray Unsure Where Mueller Probe Heading

Robert Ray, former Whitewater independent counsel, discusses Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investing into Russian meddling in the U.S. election. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery
John Anderson, Independent Who Ran for President, Dies at 95

John Anderson, Independent Who Ran for President, Dies at 95

John B. Anderson, a former Republican congressman from Illinois who challenged the two-party system by running as an independent candidate in the 1980 presidential election, has died. He was 95.
Zarrab in Jail Said Lying Required to Get Leniency

Zarrab in Jail Said Lying Required to Get Leniency

Reza Zarrab, the Turkish currency trader who admitted helping Iran move billions of dollars in violation of U.S. financial sanctions, said in a recorded jailhouse conversation that he needed to lie
U.K. Business's Patience Tested as May, Juncker Say No Deal Yet

U.K. Business's Patience Tested as May, Juncker Say No Deal Yet

U.K. Plc’s frustration over a lack of Brexit clarity intensified as a breakthrough in talks failed to materialize.
Why the New Euro-Area Chief Enjoys Emmanuel Macron's Backing

Why the New Euro-Area Chief Enjoys Emmanuel Macron's Backing

Top of the in-tray for the new head of the group of euro-area finance ministers, Mario Centeno of Portugal, is steering reforms in the currency union as the region’s economic recovery takes hold.
Here’s Where the GOP Tax Plan Stands Right Now

Here’s Where the GOP Tax Plan Stands Right Now

House and Senate lawmakers plan to begin working this week on compromise tax legislation, a key step in their drive to send a package of tax cuts to President Donald Trump by the end of the year.
Summers Says Senate Tax Plan Will Cost Lives

Summers Says Senate Tax Plan Will Cost Lives

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses the GOP's tax overhaul plan with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.K. Gains Billions of Pounds in Health-Care Investments

U.K. Gains Billions of Pounds in Health-Care Investments

As many as 30 health-care companies will join with the U.K. to invest billions of pounds in projects as the government pledges to make the country more attractive for the life sciences industry,
Trump's Comments Stir Uncertainty About $200B in Tax Plan

Trump's Comments Stir Uncertainty About $200B in Tax Plan

Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur discusses President Donald Trump's recent comments regarding the corporate tax rate. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Summers on GOP Tax Overhaul Plan, Health Equity

Summers on GOP Tax Overhaul Plan, Health Equity

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses the GOP's tax overhaul plan with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Moore’s Losing the Money Race to Democrat in Alabama’s Senate Contest

Moore’s Losing the Money Race to Democrat in Alabama’s Senate Contest

Fundraising by embattled Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore is lagging far behind that of Doug Jones as Democrats flood the Alabama race with money in hopes of stealing a victory in the Dec.
Senate Bill Doesn’t Have House’s Tax Break for ‘Unborn Children’

Senate Bill Doesn’t Have House’s Tax Break for ‘Unborn Children’

Shortly before passing their tax bill, Senate Republicans removed a provision that would have allowed tax breaks for “unborn children,” a top GOP aide confirmed on Monday.
Trump to Meet With Democrats, GOP Thursday for Budget Talks

Trump to Meet With Democrats, GOP Thursday for Budget Talks

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer said they’ve agreed to meet on Thursday with President Donald Trump and Republican Congressional leaders to discuss a
Ramaphosa Wins Most Endorsements in South Africa’s ANC Campaign

Ramaphosa Wins Most Endorsements in South Africa’s ANC Campaign

South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa won endorsement from most African National Congress branches to succeed President Jacob Zuma as ruling party leader, giving him an edge -- but not a
U.S. Disbands Group That Prepared Cities for Climate Shocks

U.S. Disbands Group That Prepared Cities for Climate Shocks

The Trump administration has terminated a cross-agency group created to help local officials protect their residents against extreme weather and natural disasters.
Trump Tweets Force White House Into Damage Control

Trump Tweets Force White House Into Damage Control

Toluse Olorunnipa, Bloomberg News, discusses President Trump's tweets which were attacking the FBI. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
Solar Companies Slip as Tax Plan Creates Dark Cloud for Industry

Solar Companies Slip as Tax Plan Creates Dark Cloud for Industry

First Solar Inc. and SunPower Corp., the biggest U.S. solar manufacturers, slumped after the U.S. Senate passed a tax proposal over the weekend that would make it harder to finance renewable-energy
Gold ETFs Soar as Russia Probe Closes In on Trump's Inner Circle

Gold ETFs Soar as Russia Probe Closes In on Trump's Inner Circle

As U.S. political turmoil mounted, investors ran to gold.
Death of Yemen's Saleh Leaves Saudis in Tight Spot: Analysts

Death of Yemen's Saleh Leaves Saudis in Tight Spot: Analysts

Yemen’s Houthi rebels said they killed former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, after their partnership against a Saudi-led military coalition collapsed. Saleh has been a dominant figure in Yemeni