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What You Need to Know About the Brexit Bill

What You Need to Know About the Brexit Bill

It’s the itemized bill the European Union wants to hand the U.K. as it leaves the bloc, and the issue that’s pushed talks into deadlock.
German President Urges Parties to Return to Negotiating Table

German President Urges Parties to Return to Negotiating Table

Germany’s President Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged the country’s political parties to return to the negotiating table and avoid the need for new elections.
Chile Election Turnout Hits New Low

Chile Election Turnout Hits New Low

Chilean voters’ range of choices failed to spark a revival in voter participation.
The Latest on the Roy Moore Allegations

The Latest on the Roy Moore Allegations

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Monday attacked the Democrat running in the Alabama Senate race against Republican Roy Moore.
A Condition for Cambridge Analytica’s Partner in Brazil: No Extremists

A Condition for Cambridge Analytica’s Partner in Brazil: No Extremists

Andre Torreta’s services won’t be available to just anyone.
Lawmakers Seek to Dismantle the Muni-Bond Market

Lawmakers Seek to Dismantle the Muni-Bond Market

You may have missed a very important, historic letter sent by two members of Congress to the chairman of the federal oversight board for Puerto Rico.
California’s Brown Warns of ‘Rude Awakening’ for GOP on Tax Bill

California’s Brown Warns of ‘Rude Awakening’ for GOP on Tax Bill

California Governor Jerry Brown has a warning for Republican lawmakers in Washington: The tax bill that’s under debate isn’t going to help them.
Merkel's Stumble Slows Leadership Drive for Paris Ally Macron

Merkel's Stumble Slows Leadership Drive for Paris Ally Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron, who has laid out a series of far-reaching proposals for Europe, called for a “stable and strong” Germany after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s failure to form a government
Barnier Raises Irish Obstacle as U.K. Moves on Brexit Bill

Barnier Raises Irish Obstacle as U.K. Moves on Brexit Bill

European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told the U.K. to come up with a solution for the Irish border, making clear that an improved offer on the divorce bill might not be enough to
Balance of Power: Merkel’s Convictions Risk Her Downfall

Balance of Power: Merkel’s Convictions Risk Her Downfall

The political cost of Angela Merkel’s refugee policy is becoming clear.
Elephants in the Room Loom Over D.C.: This Week in Washington

Elephants in the Room Loom Over D.C.: This Week in Washington

Thanksgiving week is supposed to be one of the quietest weeks on the Washington calendar. This is a year, however, without quiet.
Kushner Cos. Found New Israeli Partner to Return to New Jersey

Kushner Cos. Found New Israeli Partner to Return to New Jersey

Two months ago, the Kushner family announced with fanfare the purchase of the Quail Ridge Apartments of Plainsboro, New Jersey, which it had sold 10 years earlier, describing the move as an
Czech Tycoon Faces Test in Parliament With Vote on Speaker

Czech Tycoon Faces Test in Parliament With Vote on Speaker

Billionaire Andrej Babis, whose euroskeptic ANO party won Czech elections last month, is heading into his first test in parliament with pledges of support from anti-establishment forces as he tries to
Soros Says Hungarian Campaign Against Him Is Based on Lies

Soros Says Hungarian Campaign Against Him Is Based on Lies

George Soros, the billionaire investor, condemned the political campaign against him in his native Hungary after the cabinet ordered spy agencies to investigate his philanthropic network.
Merkel’s Coalition Failure Is Bad News for May

Merkel’s Coalition Failure Is Bad News for May

Angela Merkel’s failure to form a government is bad news for Theresa May.
Glencore's Copper Head Steps Down From Congo Unit Amid Probe

Glencore's Copper Head Steps Down From Congo Unit Amid Probe

Glencore Plc’s head of copper and two other executives stepped down as directors of the trader’s Congolese copper and cobalt unit, Katanga Mining Ltd., after an internal review found "material
Germany at a Crossroads: What Are Merkel’s Options?

Germany at a Crossroads: What Are Merkel’s Options?

Germany stumbled into uncharted territory after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bid to form a new government fell apart.
Failed Merkel Talks a Hiccup, Not Dealbreaker for Stocks

Failed Merkel Talks a Hiccup, Not Dealbreaker for Stocks

Germany’s collapsed coalition talks aren’t expected to be a dealbreaker for European equities.
Should the Upper Middle Class Take the Biggest Tax Hit?

Should the Upper Middle Class Take the Biggest Tax Hit?

Under the House bill, they get hurt more than the middle class and the super rich. Some argue it’s fair to make them pay more.
Nafta Talks Get Bogged Down

Nafta Talks Get Bogged Down

A Jimador, agave field worker, cuts Weber Blue agave at the Patron Spirits Co. plantation in Atotonilco El Alto, Jalisco, Mexico. Tequila is specifically protected under Nafta, and the spirit can only