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Free Speech Is Starting to Dominate the U.S. Supreme Court’s Agenda

Free Speech Is Starting to Dominate the U.S. Supreme Court’s Agenda

To get the U.S. Supreme Court’s attention these days, try saying your speech rights are being violated.
Boycotted Qatar Won’t Budge From ‘Effective’ Policies, Emir Says

Boycotted Qatar Won’t Budge From ‘Effective’ Policies, Emir Says

Qatar’s ruler said his country will carry on with its economic and foreign policies, accusing a Saudi-led alliance of seeking to prolong the worst diplomatic crisis in the history of the Gulf
Hank Greenberg on U.S. Tax Reform, Corporate Tax

Hank Greenberg on U.S. Tax Reform, Corporate Tax

Hank Greenberg, former CEO at AIG and former chairman and chief executive officer at CV Starr & Company, discusses U.S. tax reform and corporate tax cuts. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Trudeau Plays Trump Foil Again With Critique of Duterte

Trudeau Plays Trump Foil Again With Critique of Duterte

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau underscored the diverging political paths of the U.S. and its northern neighbor after raising human rights issues in a meeting with the Philippine president.
Brexit Bulletin: Shotgun Vote

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Greenberg Says Trump Had Good Asia Trip

Greenberg Says Trump Had Good Asia Trip

Hank Greenberg, former CEO at AIG and former chairman and chief executive officer at CV Starr & Company, discusses President Trump's trip to Asia and what he accomplished. He speaks on "Bloomberg
The Gap Between Rich and Poor May Be Reaching Its Peak

The Gap Between Rich and Poor May Be Reaching Its Peak

The gap between rich and poor may be reaching its peak.
Trump Declares Trade ‘Rules Have Changed’ as Asia Trip Concludes

Trump Declares Trade ‘Rules Have Changed’ as Asia Trip Concludes

President Donald Trump ended his swing through Asia, hailing progress toward his goal of reducing the U.S. trade deficit.
North Korea's Winter Training Means Fewer Missile Launches

North Korea's Winter Training Means Fewer Missile Launches

North Korea hasn’t fired a missile for 60 days, but that may have more to do with its own winter training cycle than with Pyongyang easing off on provocations.
Evercore's Altman on Trump's Asia Trip, China, Tax Reform

Evercore's Altman on Trump's Asia Trip, China, Tax Reform

Roger Altman, founder and senior chairman at Evercore, discusses President Trump's trip to Asia, TPP, China, North Korea, U.S. tax reform, corporate tax rate and his outlook for markets. He speaks on
Venezuela’s Bondholder Meeting Is a Bust as S&P Declares Default

Venezuela’s Bondholder Meeting Is a Bust as S&P Declares Default

Venezuela’s grand gathering with creditors Monday lasted all of 30 minutes and didn’t produce anything of substance. To make matters worse, S&P Global Ratings declared the country in default while
Donald Trump Jr.'s Secret WikiLeaks Relationship Is Unveiled

Donald Trump Jr.'s Secret WikiLeaks Relationship Is Unveiled

Donald Trump Jr., U.S. President Donald Trump’s eldest son, said Monday he had direct communication with WikiLeaks in the weeks before the 2016 presidential election, arming Democrats with what they
Mnuchin Says Ph.D. Isn't Job Requirement for Next Fed Vice Chair

Mnuchin Says Ph.D. Isn't Job Requirement for Next Fed Vice Chair

President Donald Trump is seeking a qualified candidate and not necessarily a Ph.D. economist to serve as Federal Reserve chairman nominee Jerome Powell’s vice-chair.
Deutsche Bank's Slok on Takeaways From Trump's Asia Trip

Deutsche Bank's Slok on Takeaways From Trump's Asia Trip

Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank chief international economist, discusses President Donald Trump's trip to Asia with Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Haidi Lun on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia." (Source:
London Has the Most to Lose From Cutting Migration From EU

London Has the Most to Lose From Cutting Migration From EU

Cutting European Union migration to the U.K. by half would disproportionately hurt London.
Ex-IRA Man Says Brexit Threatens Economy Not Peace in Ireland

Ex-IRA Man Says Brexit Threatens Economy Not Peace in Ireland

When it comes to Brexit, worry about jobs, not guns: that’s the message from a former Irish Republican Army man jailed for his part in the violence that racked Northern Ireland for almost three
The Biggest Challenges Facing the Senate's Tax Bill

The Biggest Challenges Facing the Senate's Tax Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is about to face a legacy-defining test of whether he can keep his unruly caucus in line to deliver President Donald Trump’s coveted goal of "massive tax cuts"
AT&T Ready to Probe the White House’s Role in Time Warner Deal

AT&T Ready to Probe the White House’s Role in Time Warner Deal

AT&T Inc. will try to dig into whether the White House influenced the Justice Department’s review of the company’s planned takeover of Time Warner Inc. if the government sues to block the deal,
Deadly Air Pollution Becomes a Common Enemy for Rivals India and Pakistan

Deadly Air Pollution Becomes a Common Enemy for Rivals India and Pakistan

From his office in the smog shrouded city of Lahore, environment official Saif Anjum pores over reams of pollution data and lists the actions being taken by Pakistan’s largest province to combat the
Russian Broadcaster RT's U.S. Contractor Files as Foreign Agent

Russian Broadcaster RT's U.S. Contractor Files as Foreign Agent

A U.S. contractor for Russian state broadcaster RT has registered with the Justice Department as a foreign agent, even though it says it has editorial independence and doesn’t take direction from the